Thursday, 14 March 2013

Die-cutting week - IsasArt

Today, Isa'sArt will guide you step by step to make an origami flower. She used it on a beautiful tag. 
Note that part of it has been left blank to add the appropriate sentiments when need be. 

I am using the Spellbinders Nestabilities - Labels Sixteen
1 - To make this flower, you will need 4 die-cuts.
2 - Fold one in half.
3 - Unfold, and fold 1/3 of another corner
4 - Flip it over.
5,6 - Fold each side using the central fold as a guide.
7 - Repeat for all the die-cuts.
8 - Glue each fold to make sure it stays put, 
9 - You can then glue all the petals on a circle die-cut.
10 - Once the glue has dried, you can shape the  petals as you wish.

If you stamp one side of your paper, you will get an alternate stamped/non stamped petal

Click on picture to enlarge

Spellbinders Nestabilities die - Labels sixteen
Impression Obsessin Cover-a-card Stamp  gingham
Distress stain Brushed Corduroy
Distress ink pad : Walnut Stain, Vintage Photo, Black Soot
Acrylic paint Americana Fawn

See you tomorrow


  1. Love your tag Isa and thanks for great tuturiol will be definately trying this!


  2. Very nice....
    Thank you!!
    Renata from Austria

  3. I have done something similar with a scalloped circle before, but never thought to use label shapes ! Love the gingham too, so realistic I thought it was actually material and not paper !

  4. you are always so creative the origami on your tag

  5. Wonderful flower once again, WOW !!!!

  6. I love love love this idea, thanks for sharing and the tutorial pics w


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