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    This is my version of the Camelot Doop tutorial I found on Youtube by Jadedstudios.

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    Here is the list of supplies I use:
    distress ink
    blending tool
    crafting tweezers
    heat tool
    adheasive
    water
    any kind of shimmering spray
    small retro punch for mini rose
    2 -5 petal flowers at size of your preference. I used my cricut/gypsy, cartridge Wandering gypsy
    2.44 in/width, 2.38 in/hieght
    1-5 petal flower approx one inch smaller than the 2 larger. I used the same flower at 1.48 in/width, 1.44 in/height.
    5 small retro flowers for the mini rose for center

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    I like to ink all the edges first with distress ink with my blending tool, and on the 5 retro flowers I do the backs as well.

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    I then spritz with water and the ink bleeds, giving it a soft blended look. Then blot of excess water.

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    Next, take your tweezers and twist each petal in the same direction.

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    It should look something like this.

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    Here comes my little twist that makes them abit different. With both hands I use 2 fingers and push the flower towards the center and give it a little twist. If the petals tear a bit, its not a problem as you don't see it anyways.

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    Then it looks like this! Now take your heat tool and dry it.

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    Do this to all three flowers.

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    I then make the mini rose, following which ever tutorial you choose, or using a Primi mini rose, inked, and remove the leaves.

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    I then spritz them all with a Shimmer mist. On this flower I used Smooch Spritz in Spun Sugar. Dry with your heat tool.

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    I then assemble, alteating the petals and glue down with either Zip Dry adhesive or the glue gun. This is the finished product!

    #25609

    These are beautiful, Bonnie! Thanks for the tutorial!

    #25610

    Pretty!!! ;D

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    craftysprinkles
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      Bonnie, thanks so much, beautiful flowers, great tut!!!!!

      #25611

      Are these the ones you used on that amazing LOTW?

      #25613

      BEAUTIMUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I saw the tutorial on You Tube a while ago, Yours are so much more beautiful than the ones she did…Thank You so much for an awesome tutorial!! Your Camelot Doop flowers are awesome!!

      #25614

      Your tut was better than the one on Youtube….lots easier to understand and follow. BTW….loved your LO. It was certainly a winner in my book!

      #25615

      Beautiful! I need some of those punches. So much easier than tuing on my silhouette and computer. I will be visiting michaels soon.

      #25616

      Great tut…..very pretty flower! Thanks so much!

      Love those punches….I have 4or 5 different sizes of them…a definite moost have Lisa!

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      Krissy
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        Gorgeous flowers and great tutorial!!

        "Some cars look like they're going fast when they're standing still. The Camaro looks like it's going to beat you unconscious, put you in a silly hat, invite a couple of other Camaros over to take photos of you, then e-mail them to all your friends and co-workers. Call me crazy, but I like that in a car."

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        Krissy
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          WOW!!!! Thanks!!!!!

          #25619

          very pretty!

          #25620

          Bonnie, wonderful tut. Thanks so much for sharing. I'm gonna try this

          #25621
          Krissy
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            Awww, beautiful Bonnie!! TFS!!

            "Some cars look like they're going fast when they're standing still. The Camaro looks like it's going to beat you unconscious, put you in a silly hat, invite a couple of other Camaros over to take photos of you, then e-mail them to all your friends and co-workers. Call me crazy, but I like that in a car."

            #25622

            Very nice, will be trying that one

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