Wednesday, February 15, 2012

I am so flattered that I was scraplifted

A few weeks ago I was the guest designer at Passionately Artistic and you may remember  I made a  rolled rose wreath with Art Philosophy.  Well last week  Linda M.  emailed me and said she loved my wreath and that she wanted to make one.  So we chatted back and forth and a few days ago she sent me her completed project.  Isn't this absolutely gorgeous?  I love the colors and the big red bow.  
I am so flattered that she contacted me and used my tutorial.  It makes all the work and time you put into picture tutorials worth while.  Linda doesn't have a blog so I asked if I could share her beautiful wreath.
I would love it if you would comment on her wreath so I can share it with her.  
Thank you Linda .  Your wreath is stunning.     
Here is My Original Link  if you want to see the directions.  I give directions for cutting these with Art Philosophy and by hand.  Linda cut her roses by hand.  So it can be done.  Woo hoo!

6 comments:

  1. That is beautiful. :) She did a fabulous job on it. I love how you are always willing to help a fellow scrapbooker in need. You are such a blessing, my friend.

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  2. That is amazing!!! I love her colors, I am going to have to go back and snoop at the tutorial, I need to make one, it is just stunning!!!!!
    That is so sweet that you posted this and Linda needs to create a blog if she has this kind of talent and inspire the rest of us along with you :O)
    Theresa
    scrappinginheels@gmail.com

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  3. Both wreaths are georgeous! When I saw your wreath a few days ago I down-sized the idea to a topiary. I'm waiting for my back-ordered Flower Shoppe cartridge to make it. Congratualtions on your increasing following. I'm having a blogaversary celebration at my blog;I'm up to 30 followers. It's fun,isn't it?
    Happy creating.
    Rae Ann O.
    http://joyinart.blogspot.com

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  4. OMGoodness! Linda your wreath is stunning!! I think you have given Suzanne a run for the money! lol Seriously you did an awesome job, but you had an awesome person to help you out with the tutorial!! Great job ladies!!!

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  5. Wow your wreath is so beautiful Linda~I can't wait to make one of these.
    Blessings
    Rachelle

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  6. Thank you all so much for your kind comments; I applaud Suzanne for freely sharing this idea...I was truly inspired by her talent! It is a great project; it took some time, but it is sooooooo worth it :)

    Linda

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