Life's a Daisy Tutorial

 

I've seen cupcakes created for quite some time and I finally broke down and made one for myself, and must say I love it.  The tutorial for the cupcake was inspired from Miranda Edney's . 




For my flowers I used the Daisy Strip Die and colored the base of the flowers with Clear Snap Mixed Media ink , leaving the very tips white.  This ink is very opaque and works great for coloring flowers, but be sure to let it dry completely as it has a long dry time. 


With a sponge dauber I colored the center of the petals. Pinch each petal with your tweezers.  Glue three sizes of  flowers together for each flowers and  color the tips of the flowers with the Berry Ink too.  


Add your flowers to the Styrofoam base using push pins and add leaves throughout the flowers. Finish off each flowers with a pearl 





Here is a complete list of dies used to make the adorable cupcake:
Circle Stacker (base of cupcake)




14 comments:

  1. Beautiful flowers, great idea of cupcake :)TFS

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  2. wow this is just gorgeous !! ..Thank you so much for sharing :)

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  3. absolutely beautiful! thank you for sharing the tuto. Have a nice day!

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  4. very, very nice. love the coloring.

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  5. Wow! This is gorgeous! Love the way you colored these beautiful flowers! And thanks for sharing the tutorial!
    :)

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  6. Wow- this is beautiful and how simple to make. Your flowers look absolutely lovely.

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  7. OH, oh, oh! This is just fabulous, Lori! What beautiful project! Thanks for the great tutorial.

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  8. Great idea and such beautiful flowers. I have the daisy strip and never used it, now I know how. Thanks for the tip and tutorial. Edna

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  9. This is gorgeous. Great colouring on the flowers

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  10. Beautiful cupcake. Love the coloring on the flowers and the beautiful paper choice for the liner. Gorgeous.

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  11. This is stunning! Your flowers are so gorgeous!
    hugs,
    Gini

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  12. Beautiful bouquet- and love the visuals : )

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  13. Beautifully done, so cute!

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