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MamaC2 Offline
#1 Posted : Saturday, May 19, 2012 5:23:09 AM(UTC)

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From the moment I saw the quilling kits for the Cuttlebug, I wanted one...well, actually, more than one!LOL

I have watched videos and tutorials, but couldn't get motivation to create one of the flowers. I used the strips individually, but never as a whole flower...until today!

I am a retired home ec teacher. I love to make step-by-step instructions for projects that I create. So, this tutorial is for me as much as anyone!

There are 15 photos in this tutorial...way too many for this post, so please visit my blog for complete instructions

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#2 Posted : Saturday, May 19, 2012 5:58:46 AM(UTC)

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Thank you so much for this tutorial. I bought the rose quilling die and this will be very helpful. I have not gotten the long plates yet, but have found if I diagonal the die on the plate, it will fit, but you can only do one at a time. Very time consuming, but until I find out how much I will use it, I will wait on the long plates. TFS
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MamaC2 on 5/19/2012(UTC)
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