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Today I thought I would show you the 3D Sizzix flower. So cool and easy to make.....
Here is a video on how to make them using a quilling tool. Have fun.




Supplies:
Sizzix 3D Flower Die
Quilling Tool (found mine at Michael's)
Georgia Pacific Cardstock (Walmart)
Hot Glue Gun (Art Temp)

Here are a few places that carry the 3D Sizzix die:
Sizzix
Ellen Hutson
Scrapbook.com

I purchase mine from Ebay...so check that out too...




25 comments

  1. Thanks always love your flower lessons
    you know I am going to have to try this one now
    Thanks again,

    Teri

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  2. Gee thanks Christina, something else for me to buy.

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  3. Christina,
    Your instructions are always so clear and straighforword!
    Thank you!
    Brenda

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  4. Great tutorial, I hope you're commissioned because now I want to buy one too :) Thanks for showing us how it works.

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  5. Another great tutorial! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Christina, great tutorial once again.

    Where did you purchase the 3D sizzix???

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  7. Thanks for this tutorial. Also i just saw Momo's video today. Thanks for letting her know about the program. She seems so happy to be able to help others more.
    Lori

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  8. I think this was one of the most useful tutorials. Thanks. I have made the flowers by cutting it out myself but this die would be SO much easier and would make a more consistent end product. Using the water to spritz the cardstock before winding it is also a helpful hint. Thanks again.

    Barb from Toronto, Canada.

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  9. Cute flowers Christina... you are a very talented artist!

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  10. Pretty! I love to quill so this is right up my alley!! :)

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  11. Christina,

    Thank you for the tutorial!!! :) Those flowers are beautiful!

    I always wondered what a quilling tool could be used for...

    -Jennifer

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  12. ?You always have such cool tutorials! I hadn't seen this flower set before.

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  13. AWESOME!! I've been looking for this die!

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  14. Do the 3D Sizzix's dies go through a Cuttllbug?
    They are beautiful!
    Thanks,
    Linda

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  15. Thanks for sharing your talents. I would have started rolling from the middle if I had not seen this video.

    Nanabugaboo

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  16. These are so cool. Can't wait to make them. Thank you!!!

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  17. Awesome tutorial...You make it look so easy. After seeing your tutorial, I'll have to put that sizzix die on my must have list!Prima flowers don't have anything on you. Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Dear Christina, awesome video as usual, I look forward to your new posts each day. Does this die fit in the cuttlebug? I sure hope so! Sheri ;)

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  19. thanks christina, i've been wanting to make my own 3d flowers and this is a nice option for me. I wonder if the cricut will ever come out with swirl cuts for flowers like this ?

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  20. Wow, beatiful! I've always heard that the Cuttlebug will take any die. Truth or Fiction? If truth, then what line up of plates do we use. Thank you so much for the tutorial.

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  21. I know you have already been asked this but I didn't see your answer posted can you use the cuttlebug to cut with this die? Thanks for the tutorial.

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  22. Like the new music! Great flower, I will be making these, for sure. Thanks for all you do and share.

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  23. did you have to use a crease pad for it when using it on your cuttlebug? ALso I know you use spellbinder or nestibilities.. Can you show how you use those with the cuttlebug. I want to buy them but not sure how it will work or if i need to buy extra stuff for it.

    Thanks!
    kathy
    felkatz at gmail dot com

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  24. Wow, the money you can save and the colors you need!
    cathryn67

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