If you read my blog, you have already seen my grunge flower tutorial, that I learned at Ranger U from Tim Holtz. Today’s tutorial on SCS is the same flower. I called it dimensional flowers since they also work with patterned paper and with a bit more effort (in rolling the edges) with cardstock.


For my flower I adhered dictionary pages to grunge paper before I cut the flowers with Tattered Floral Alteration Die. The die cuts were sponged with Wild Honey and Fired Brick Distress inks.

The sentiment is from the stamp set Good Thought. It was stamped in Jet Black Archival Ink on Neenah White cardstock. It was cut out with Nestabilities Label 2 dies. I left the die on and stamped the swirl from Mini Ornates in Shabby Shutter on the top left and bottom right. Then I sponged over the cardstock in the same color.

The layout for this card is from last week’s sketch challenge on SCS. My small squares measure 1 15/16″ and are from Tim Holtz Retro Grunge Paper Pack. They were adhered to a black scallop square cut with Stampin’ Up!’s scallop square die. Each edge was stamped in Jet Black Archival ink with the sewing stamp from Spring Sprung.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

14 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Dimensional Flowers”

  1. this is wonderful!!!!

  2. It’s grungy lovliness!

  3. Fabulous card and tutorial, Beate! I just love that Retro Grunge pad!

  4. Gorgeous card Beate!! LOVE the colors and that fabulous flower!! Super tutorial too!!

  5. I love this! Great layout and grunginess!

  6. What a great tutorial! Thank you so much for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. what a cool flower! thanks for a step by step … love all your videos! ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Beate – great tip adding the wire to the grunge flower to help anchor it! Beautiful!

  9. like the stitched squares, pretty flower!

  10. beautiful! great idea with the wire!!

  11. Those flowers are just beautiful! I don’t think I can cut grungeboard on my Silhouette, but I can’t wait to try it with cardstock. Thanks so much for the video, very well done!

  12. That flower is just GORGEOUS! WOW!

  13. GENIAL, umwerfend schรถn, diese Farben und dieser Spruch, alles einfach wunderbar.


  14. I haven’t seen a tutorial on these before and always wanted to know how to make them. Thanks so much for doing the tutorial. Have really enjoyed looking through your blog you do a lot of great stuff!

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