Today's guest is the lovely Kirsty Vittetoe of Handmade Little Things. I "met" Kirsty when she invited me to guest for City Crafter Challenge blog. Kirsty has a sweet, romantic style and loves to play with mediums to achieve great textured effects. She works the pastels really well and I'm especially enamoured by the beautiful handmade flowers on her creations. Today, she shares a tutorial on how to make crepe flowers. :) She is also hosting a crepe paper challenge with an awesome prize for the winner!
But first, let's have a look at all the handmade flower goodness...
Hi, I’m Kirsty Vittetoe, born and raised in Sunny Island Singapore but now a resident in United States. I began scrapbooking way back in 1992, I could not find any scrapbooking store in those days, I got all my supplies when I visited Australia, New Zealand or United States.
It all started with the love for paper, from a mom trying to preserved the precious memory for her kids, to card-making, and now, I am the owner of a kit club, a full time designer, “playing” with paper is my job, as well as my joy.
You never know where you will find inspiration, for me, it can be from a cover page of Martha Stewart magazine to the basket of clothespin in my laundry room.
My favorite embellishment is flower, and I made tons of them, showing you here in my project is my latest new love, crepe paper flower, hope you’d like it!
You can see more of my work here - http://www.handmade-little-things.blogspot.com
Last but not least. A very big thank you to Yvonne for this amazing opportunity to be featured here.
If you've enjoyed the tutorial by Kirsty, please leave her a little love friends! :)