Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Fun with Paper Flowers

I've just had the opportunity to play with the Fancy Cut Botanicals by CTMH. These die cut paper flowers come with 3 sheets (12x12) in 3 different colors that not only coordinate but you can use the reverse side with another coordinating solid shade. The kicker is- this product sells for only $3.95. What I have created here is just touching on what you can do and I will add that I have quite a bit left over.
If you like the card designs, check out the new Wishes how to program from CTMH. This set of cards is from one of the bulk card making workshops. The one I chose actually had 16 cards, 2 each of the 8 you see here. Funny thing is the workshop features a Christmas theme- I love versatility!
To enhance the flowers a bit I rolled the edges and bent them. I like the dimensional look. On the layout, I added Sparkles to the flowers. Click on the photo to enlarge and see the details!


Christine said...

Lovely! I just used mine finally too-after having them since January! I may have to lift some inspiration from you!

Tracey Mason said...

Thank you Christine! I am really loving these -they are so easy to create with and they are so inexpensive.

Karen said...

Beautiful artwork as ALWAYS my dear. I got your email. I'm so excited to read it carefully and reply. I'm on a quick stop by at home and back out the door again. I love the new look of your blog!

Sarah said...

Just gorgeous!!!
I really love these and they are SO inexpensive. You have done wonders with them.

HaleyD said...

Beautiful! I just got some of these so I am going to have to CASE this idea. Thanks!

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