Sunday, November 10, 2013

Tutorial Exchange Opportunity


Learn how to make 100 beautiful flowers, from lifelike to fanciful, with How to Make 100 Paper Flowers !  The author, Maria Noble from  St. Judes Creations would like to invite two Totally Tutorial readers to create flowers from the book and post a tutorial of any flower they created inspired from any of the 100 patterns offered. The winners will get one of her signed books for free. 

Included in the book are paper flowers so lifelike you'll do a double-take, quick crafted flowers easy enough for kids to master, origami models, and quilled flowers too. Patterns are included with step-by-step instructions,  accompanied by color photos and diagrams.
  
To apply for the exchange, leave a comment below with the URL to your blog or website with a way to contact you. The ideal candidate will be someone comfortable working with paper, have a blog or website, and the ability to take nice photos.  Read more about how Tutorial Exchanges work on this page.

Two Totally Tutorial readers will be chosen to receive a signed copy of How to Make 100 Paper FlowersTheir resulting tutorials will  be posted here on Totally Tutorials.  This tutorial opportunity is open only in the USA.

Applications will be accepted through Sunday, November 17th.  I will contact the winners of the exchange by Tuesday, November 19th.  They will then have until December 16th to complete their tutorials.
~ Happy Crafting









10 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, I would love this!
    http://acreativeprincess.blogspot.com
    My e-mail is: tcwrenz@yahoo.com
    Thank you for the opportunity!

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  2. I've seen quite a few PAPER flower tutorials on the internet, but they all require some type of die. I would love to learn how to make these beauties without the aid of dies which I don't own.

    I recently got a new camera which takes wonderful photos. Add to that the fact I'm a long time blogger and reader of Totally Tutorials. I encourage you to look around my blog, view a few of my tutorials, and note that I am first and foremost a paper artist. Thank you for the opportunity to apply for this book.

    My blog is

    http://alteredbooklover.blogspot.com/

    and you may contact me there. I don't give my e-mail address out anymore because it was hacked and I now only reply to persons who first contact me on my blog.

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  4. Oh yes, this would be a great fit for us - my daughter adores making flowers! We blog together at http://blossomsandposies.com

    Here are a few of her floral creations:
    http://blossomsandposies.com/blog/cupcake-paper-flower-valentine/
    http://blossomsandposies.com/blog/tissue-paper-rose-garnish/

    You can contact us at blossomsandposies @ gmail.com

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  5. http://www.thecomfycrafter.com

    Sounds like a fun challenge.

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  6. This would soo much fun! I love creating with paper and flowers are my favorite thing to create.. I make lots out of fabric.
    Paper would be an exciting new challenge!

    My blog is http://pinkapotamus.blogspot.com/

    Here are a few projects in which I have created paper flowers:
    http://pinkapotamus.blogspot.com/2013/10/witchy-shoes.html
    http://pinkapotamus.blogspot.com/2012/06/book-page-roses.html

    My email is amieirwin@yahoo.com
    xoxo
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

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  7. YES!!!! I like to create and I enjoy sharing what I do writing tutorials. I would like to participate in this exchange. I love to create with all that I have around me!
    I blog here http://passionetcouture.blogspot.ca/
    Thanks for the give us the chance to participate :)
    Marisa :)

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    1. Amie from Pinkapotamus, and Patti from Blossoms and Posies.

      Look for their tutorials next month.

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