Sunday, March 1, 2009

Peppermint Patty Flower Tutorial

Here is the tutorial for the flower. This one isn't nearly as long!





As you can see in the last picture, I added a few extra touches. You can decorate yours any way you want.

I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and found my insrtuctions clear. If you have any questions, please feel free to send me an email. My email address is on my sidebar. If you do make sure to add Basket Tutorial in the subject line.

Have a great weekend! TTFN

13 comments:

Allison said...

This whole project is too cute! Your instructions are fabulous!

Tina said...

Fantastic idea, thanks for sharing!

Bonnie (eggette) said...

This is so cute Becky! I absolute love peppermint patties!! Fabulous presentation and great tutorial!

ScrapMomOf2 said...

Again . . . wow! This is so cute! Perfect for that basket! You are so talented! Love it!

Shirley said...

What a really creative idea! Love that 'sweet' flower! and the tutorial too!

Lori said...

Great tutorials Becky! Both are clear and well explained. I had seen your flowers from an earlier post and picked up a clay pot from Michael's with the expectation of making a Peppermint Patty plant for my son's teacher. I figured he could paint the pot and I'd fill it with "flowers" but if he's up to it (he finally caught the bug that has been going around) maybe we'll give the weaving a try.

Have a great day!!

Jessie/knightrone said...

Fabulous tutorial Becky!! You are just TOO talented!!

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Beth said...

adorable Becky will have to give this a go maybe tomorrow did your tech from CC and I loved that one also.

Maria said...

Ooh, Becky! What a fun project. I love it! Thanks for the tutorial. What a great way to present a treat to someone!!

Love the pretty papers that you used to alter your basket!! The flowers are very pretty too! Awesome job!

Maria

Riley said...

WOW!!! What an adorable idea! Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial for this!

Olena said...

Very nice creations!!! Love it!

I have given you a blog award that you can get the info for on my blog.

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

TOO kewl! It's great to know how to make these. How could you take anything so pretty apart to eat though!?! ;O)

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