Video: Tattered Floral Challenge – Cutesy Floral Hair Clips + Giveaway!

Hello!

I was excited when Tim Holtz told me about his awesome Tattered Floral Challenge. (Check it out – there are lots of prizes!) I have loved this die since the moment it came out and have used it in many of my classes. It will cut through anything.

I instantly decided to do something different and unexpected. Instead of a vintage look, I decided to go the opposite – cutesy, bright, simple and “skittles-like.” (This is a term Tim gave my work years ago. It works for me! 🙂 I LOVE the vintage look, but I thought it would be fun to show the die used for something completely different.

So, I present to you my “Cutesy Floral Hair Clips,” made with the Tim Holtz Tattered Floral Die

I also present to you my sweet little model, Lila. (She is 9 months and walking like crazy, so it was hard to get a good picture of her!)

These clips are SO easy and VERY fast to make. The possibilities are endless! And if you don’t have a cutie girl to wear them, these would make excellent brooches or card accents. (OOOoooo… idea! I am going to make a pillow for my older daughter covered in a heart made of these. Yay!)

Fun, huh? I love showing the versatility of a product. And this product is a good one.


Giveaway! Tim has sent me an extra Tattered Floral Die to give to a lucky winner. Just leave a comment here by 3/23/13 at 11:59pmEST for your chance to win.

Also be sure to stop by Tim’s Tattered Floral Challenge for info on how you can play along and possibly win some big prizes. Enjoy!


 


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422 thoughts on “Video: Tattered Floral Challenge – Cutesy Floral Hair Clips + Giveaway!”

  1. I love your “skittles” look. This die is so versatile. Thanks for sharing your creative work and for the giveaway.

  2. How Cute is Lila!! Gorgeous take with the floral die. Super versatile. Thank you for sharing.
    (please exclude from your great giveaway as I have the die already ~ thanks)

  3. Your daughter is so darn cute! I prefer your bright colors over vintage so I guess I am a “skittles” kinda girl.

  4. Lila is absolutely adorable! Love the hair clips, but guess I’ll be having to wait and hope that I’ll have a granddaughter to spoil someday. In the meantime, I’d love to make flowers to decorate packages, cards, and scrapbook pages.

  5. WOW, I can’t believe she’s 9 mo. already!! What a cutie patootie!!!!!!!!! I would sooooo love to win this, I owned it once before I had a die cutting machine.. gave it away and really regret it!!!! Love the hair clips 🙂

  6. Great video – beautiful bright flower clips – looks easy yet intricate – and Lila is adorable!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  7. I already own the die so please don’t pick me 🙂
    But I forget all about that die in my stash.
    You have inspired me to get cutting this weekend.
    I’ve never tried felt!

  8. Lila looks like she loves her Floral Hair Clip and so do I! She Is So Pretty! I love this die too and often use it when I go to my friend’s to crop. Thanks for the chance to win one of my very own.

  9. I’ve had my eye on this floral die for quite some time — would love to win. Thanks for all you (and Tim) do for us!

  10. These are gorgeous Jennifer. What nice felt, I need to try some. Your sweet baby is growing so fast. My grandbaby is 9 months too, but she does not have enough hair yet for clips.

  11. These are fabulous! I love Tim Holtz anything and this die set would be amazing to have in my stash. Thanks for the chance!

  12. These are fantastic! I never would have thought they would have been so easy to create. Thanks for the fabulous video and tutorial!

  13. How cute – both your daughter and those hair clips! “Thanks for the tutorial. I have had my eyes on this set for a long time – would love to win this – who wouldn’t?

  14. Love the tutorial Jennifer!! What great ideas and simple to make too!! thanks so much for sharing your amazing talent with us.

  15. Love the hair clips…wish I had a grand-daughter to make one for…just have boys! I am one of your followers…taking card classes over the years.

  16. Very nice tutorial! Thanks for sharing it. I get so inspired watching, oh why oh why do I have to work? :o)

  17. I love these. I so want to make a bunch! I love the idea of repurposing covered barettes! Thanks so much. For the yellow daisy, how did you make the center? Was that another die?

  18. I love the hair clip idea. Your daughter is adorable!! I would love to make some for my niece and make some flowers for my cards and gifts.

  19. What a fun tutorial!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!
    Lila is adorable!! I can see why you use her as your model!!
    I appreciate the giveaway, but I already have the die (of course :>)
    xxDaniella

  20. Ohhh! – I have a beautiful granddaughter that is walking like your precious Lila! She likes to wear pretty flowers in her hair too. I would love to use this die to make her some more. Thanks for the idea and the opportunity to win.

  21. Lila is such a cutie and growing way to fast! I would love to win the floral dies. Thanks for the chance to win!!

  22. Your daughter is so sweet with her hair clip. This was a fun video and I now have another way to make flowers. I would love to add this die to my collection. Thank you Jennifer and Tim.

  23. Your little girl is just beautiful. The flowers are also. I don’t have any little girls to make the hair clips for anymore, since my little girls are all big girls now, but I like the idea. Would look great on a card.

  24. Those clips are so cute. My daughter would love them too! I love the bright colors! Iwould love to win a die! Thanks!

  25. Fun alternative use of a “papercrafting” die! I have a great niece, which makes me a GREAT Aunt – gotta love that! 🙂 who would look adorable in floral clips. Thanks to you and TH for an opportunity to win!

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