Friday, 5 December 2014

Flowers

After having surgery on my back and being told that I am to have rest, I thought what can I do for weeks on end so I decided to make flowers..  I cased some designs off the net and others from the designers themselves. I had brought store ones at home so I looked at them and thought I can make that and voila I did..  I hope you like them.. Thank you Sandie Edwards from Delightfully Crazy for the tutorial on some of these flowers, I love them totally. Here is a link to her blog  have a look as it is wonderful..http://delightfullycrazytoo.blogspot.com.au


                                 These beautiful sweet Williams flowers are from a die from Cheery Lynn..


 
These wonderful flowers were made using the Judy's Bloom Die
from Cheery Lynn...


 
Using the Retro punch I just tweaked these another way and the flowers
are now totally different





                               Judy's Blooms again from the Cheery Lynn Designs and the snowflake #6


 
These beautiful flowers are from Cheery Lynn Designs and use the
Stacker Flower #1 Leaf, Darling Daisies and Snowflake 5



 
Flowers made used ribbon, so easy.


 
Don't you love these black and white cornflowers.














 
These beauties use the Retro punch


 
Again using the Retro punch.. and edged in black.







                                                  These flowers are made with a heart punch..
                                     The pink one is 4inches wide and the green one is only 1/2 inch.




                            These little roses were made using the Tim Holtz Tattered Pinecone..
                                            Arn't they just wonderful and so easy to make..



 
Hessian and material flowers. cut circles and just stick together


 
Don't you just love the Retro Punch..




 
Some of my flowers I made on my kitchen bench.
I am afraid I have rather taken the kitchen over since my operation lol..



5 comments:

  1. wow they are so stunning beautiful love it wow donna you are the flowers queen wow and you made over 300 amazing love them all .. can wait for your tutorial... love to learn to make this ones too... big hugs magi

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    1. Thank you Magi, hey I seen your gorgeous tiny roses so have nothing on you lol not sure I can make something so small due to my hands but would love to try xx

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  2. Beautiful work. Hope you are feeling better after your operation.

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  3. Beautiful! So glad I found your blog!

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  4. Love your blog. Just love the flowers. What is the brand of punch please?

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