Wednesday, October 12, 2011

She's a Sassy Lady Wednesday!

Good morning!  Today is my turn to design for She's a Sassy Lady.  I made a Double Daisy using the Paper Lace Cricut Cartridge.  Here are the steps:

1.)  Cut out on page 32 with the Lace 2 Creative Features button pressed.  (These flowers here are 4 1/2".)

2.)  Using a different color paper, cut out the exact same thing.

3.)  Lay one of the flowers directly over the other, rotating it 1/2 petal to the left or right.  (You can stick a fat pen into the centers to make certain that they're exactly aligned.)  With a pen or pencil, draw a line exactly where ONE SIDE (either left or right) of the upper petal crosses over the lower petal.

4.)  Using small scissors, carefully cut this line on all petals of the upper flower.

5.)  Glue the center ONLY of the upper flower to the center of the lower flower, so the cuts are exactly centered where you drew them.  (You can use the fat pen again to line them up.)   Carefully weave each cut on the upper flower to the back of the lower flower.  (This photo shows them about half done.)

 6.)  Finish weaving the rest of the cuts before gluing the upper petals to the backs of the lower petals.

 Here is the layout I made using my Double Daisies! Madison Rose looks so beautiful in pink, doesn't she?

Have a happy, smiley and blessed day!


  1. Fantastic flower tute... Loving those daisy's..

  2. Beatriz,

    I just love those flowers....I have the paper lace cartridge and have not used it yet...until now....thanks I am going to try these flowers.


  3. She looks beautiful!!!

    Oh my gosh Beatriz love your daisies !!! Thank you for sharing :)

  4. So beautiful. I have a new grand daughter arriving in Decenber and this will be perfect for her.

  5. I just love your daisies and the great tutorial. But, look at how awesome your page is when using them... WOWSERS! And your little Madison Rose is just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing with us today at She's A Sassy Lady.

  6. Fabulous flowers and love the adorable baby photos too. :)

  7. So beautiful, I will be scraplifting this idea!

  8. Hola Beaaaa!!! Esta pagina es hermosaaaa... Y es que la nena es super linda, que ternura por Dios! Felicidades!
    Gracias por el tip de las flores, se ven encantadoras y fueron un gran detalle en estas paginas tan dulces.
    Saluditos y Bendiciones desde este rinconcito de Venezuela

  9. What an adorable sweet baby-girl she is ♥ Love your layouts !

  10. I knew this was Beatrice when I saw it, told her so on her blog earlier!!! LOL!

    What an adorable and sweeet baby -- wow, could I do some spoiling that little cutie!!! LOL!

    Love-love-love the flower, and the layout is fabulous!!!

  11. Beatriz, thank you for this tutorial. I love your daisies. I WILL be making these. They are gorgeous. Just like your little Madison Rose.

  12. love your work...can you tell us who the paper is by?

  13. The printed paper with the doilies is from a pad from KI Memories called "Enchanting"

  14. thank you so much...i have subscribed to your blog as your work is amazing!