Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Strawberry Tutorial for Big Shots!


Since I had quite a few requests on how the strawberry was made, I decided to post this tutorial. But don't let that hold you back from coming to the "Not Just for the Big Shots" Class, there will be lots more surprises in store for the class!!



First, use the Flower Folds die and cut out a large flower. Then run it through the Big Shot with the Polka Dots Impression Folder.


Then score all four lines between the petals, and crease the lines.


Next, cut off two petals and Snail one of the edge petals.


Then stick the edge petals together to make five remaining petals.


Punch 1/8" holes in the edges.


Weave a piece of 1/4" grosgrain "top to bottom" through four of the petals. Then on the last petal, weave it bottom to top (this will make it easier to tie on the top).


Now tie the top. It will kinda be a little off to one side of the top, but don't worry it will be ok!


Punch out a 5-Petal Flower (as leaves!), sponge edges and use the 1/8" hole punch to make double holes in the center. Then pull ribbon ends through and tie on top.


You can add a dimensional underneath to center the leaves on top if you want.


Aren't they super cute and easy? Have fun making a bunch!!


Julie


PS. I originally saw this strawberry idea on splitcoaststampers, but it was all made from hand traced templates (not my favorite way to be creative!). - Woohoo for the Big Shot!!- always making our creative lives a little easier!

24 comments:

Laura W said...

I LOVE this! I remember seeing this on splitcoast once upon a time, too, and I love your idea with the big shot! Thanks for sharing. :)

Laura W.
(stampprincess.com)

Kathy Braun and Lucky said...

Julie, this is so cute! I am sure everyone will have fun.

Kim said...

I love this idea. I have made the strawberries from the template that you cut out, needless to say I didn't make a lot of berries. This will be so much easier.

Thanks for sharing,
Kim

Ronda said...

Okay, this is just amazing, I would have never thought of this. Love it!!! I will def be casing this once I get that die cut!!!

Krystal (skdeleeuw) said...

This is sooo creative! Thanks so much for the awewsome pictorial. I will be making these!

Scrappywonder said...

OMG!! tfs!!! these are the best - SOO Creative & way too cute!!! R ;)

Cindy Russell said...

Thank your for the tutorial. These are TSC (Too Stinkin' Cute)!!!! I will definitely CASEing them! The rest of your blog is great too. It's joined my favorites list! Thanks again.

Cindy R.

Stamp with Frenchie said...

Thank you sharring. Very clever!

CRYSTAL said...

FABULOUS idea to do it with the big shot...too bad I don't have one or I would SOOO make this - TODAY! Great tutorial! :)

debbies said...

These are so so sweet!!! I just bought a Pier 1 strawberry dish and think these would look great in them.

Beth said...

Great tutorial. Thank you for sharing your talents so freely.

Helen said...

Brilliant!

Denise Foor said...

This is so sweet. Thanks.

Denise Foor

Joani said...

Thanks for the inspiration! I've got a link to your post on my blog, I hope you don't mind. Please let me know if you do Ü
Hugs,
Joani

Rose said...

Oh my goodness, this is awesome! Thanks for the tutorial! I came across your blog after admiring a 3-d strawberry project and now must try to make this myself!

Kay Kalthoff said...

A very nice tutorial. Thank you! I plan to use the information at my Big Shot Class tomorrow. Again, thank you.
Kay

-Susan- said...

Soooo happy to get your wonderful tutorial! Thanks Julie!!

Diane Barnes said...

fantastic idea & so cute. Thanks Julie for sharing how you made them. Inky wishes, Di

Terry Times said...

Thanks for your great tutorial. I love it. Very creative and very charming. I'd love to eat them!!

Anonymous said...

this is so great!!! thanks for your tutorial and your cleverness :)

Melannie - Craft Haven Retreats said...

Love it! These strawberries are super cute! TFS!

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