Flower-George and Basic Shapes

Here's another quick grunge type flower using George and Basic Shapes Cricut Cartridge.

Enjoy.....

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Have a great week!

31 comments

  1. I tried to watch the video but it says you have to be invited
    I always love watching what you make :(

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  2. Couldn't watch...says we have to agree to terms since it is a private video.

    enjoy the week.

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  3. yes, me too. and i've been following you all along, oooh i so wanted my "fix" before I went to work, i'll check back later.

    PennyG cricut mb

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  4. I also can't view the video. Check back fter work. Thanks

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  5. Same issue, says you have to accept friend request in order to view video. Please advise how to do this.
    Linda
    LibraLLM@aol.com

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  6. It says private video, so we can't watch.

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  7. Christina, Thanks for the tips. I have never used glimmer mist so it is really good to see you use it and give your tips. I think you have the website for Glimmer Mist wrong in your video. I followed the link you give www.scrapbookalley.com but the prices are over $6 a bottle. I found www.scrapbookingalley.com has them under $5 each.

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  8. OMG C - this is soooo cute!! Love the colors and the bling in the middle!! Hugs, T

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  9. Love it!! I think I can do this one!

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  10. Another cute idea! Thanks for sharing. You don't need to paint the mod podge on this one? Easier.

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  11. @craftygirl17 No mod podge for this one. Yes it's much easier.....Hugs, C

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  12. okay, now this flower looks way easier than the last:) I'm going to have to try this one! THanks Christina:)
    hugs,
    Emma:)

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  13. I've been making your roses and love them so this one should be a piece of cake! Have to find the flower on another cart though since I don't have George. Love your videos.

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  14. Hi Christina! You are awesome!!!

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  15. Love your videos. Love these flowers.
    Lee Ellen
    wigellen@aol.com

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  16. Ooooh, I think I like this one even better.

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  17. You've done it again Christina, Great video and a nice easy flower to make.
    Pamela

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  18. Thanks for the video -- love the flower!!

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  19. Thanks for another great tutorial. I'm anxious to make this flower, too!

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  20. Thank you Christina for this tutorial now I can make these, I do have that cart......

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  21. Thank you for doing this, I haven't had a chance to watch the last one, but I know I'm going to try this.

    Nana Jo

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  22. So simple and easy, but just beautiful. I need to be making some of these for layouts! Thanks!

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  23. Glad you got it to work, I'm going to try some of these.

    PennyG cricut mb

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  24. Thanks for the heads up on that flower. It looks so easy to make. Nice job on your craft room. No chance mine is getting cleaned any time some!!

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  25. Thanks Christina! You make it look so easy!

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  26. That is a much easier way! I was going to try it, but it was a little too bulky for the card I was making, so I just used one small flower.

    http://celebrationcards.blogspot.com/2010/02/using-my-cricut.html

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  27. That flower was easy. I might give a demo on that to my stamping club.

    I have to tease you! Webster dictionary will have to add a new word to their book. "WONKY!" Would you discribe that please? LOL!

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  28. Thanks for posting this easy flower. I still love Tim's but in a hurry this will do.

    Carmen

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  29. I just bought the grunge paper. cant wait to try it out.

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  30. I tried it! The second time was easier, hopefully with more practice I can whip em' out in no time.

    Take a look if you like!
    kmhworld.blogspot.com

    Thanks Christina!

    ~KristinaH

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