10 Responses to “Graphic 45 Tutorial!”

  1. This is so gorgeous! Great step by step tutorial, too. I will definitely being trying my hand at making a faux porcelain flower.

  2. I love this post. The frame looks relatively easy to do, and I am certain I could manage to make a halfway decent porcelain flower. You do awesome tutorials. Thank you for all the inspiration.

  3. Lovely frame and I love the flower. I have not gotten up the nerve to try the faux porcelain flowers yet. But one day maybe I will.

  4. Awesome tutorial! thanks for sharing!

  5. Awesome Frame, so neat to see how it all came together, love those papers, and once again awesome flower!

  6. The Graphic 45 DT members are always so creative. I love your products! Thanks for the inspiration!! The porcelain flowers look to die for gorgeous.

  7. […] Graphic45 Paper Flowers that were shaped, put together with corsage pins and then dipped in UTEE (Faux Porcelain Technique)  The chipboard under the metal flower was painted with Peeled Paint Distress Stain, then covered […]

  8. […] The edges of the flowers were sponged with Antique Linen then shaped and assembled.  A corsage pin was inserted in the middle to work as a handle when dipping the flowers in UTEE (Faux Porcelain). […]

  9. […] Hopefully tomorrow I will have photos of something new I’m working on . . . a new twist with Faux Porcelain . . . you’re gonna love it!  The post hinges on a couple of things . . . the flowers dry and […]

  10. […] some great crafty time in the studio yesterday and I’ve almost finished my latest project with Faux Porcelain.  In the meantime however . . . some […]

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