101 Flowers Tutorial #13: A bunch of flowers and materials

Today is the first day of spring! Nature is waking up, the sun is shining and the flowers start to bloom. Today’s tutorial is about creating a bunch of blooming flowers from different materials and techniques to brighten a card or a layout.

1.       Cut a window in your card or layout by creating a horizontal H.
2.    Stamp the background and ink the edges.

3.       Add Flower Soft on the lower edge of the window.
4.       Cut small flowers from a scrap of pattern paper and adhere on top of the flower soft. If you don’t have that kind of pattern paper you can stamp on a piece of paper and cut or punch flowers.

5.       Cut leaves from pattern paper and add as well. You can punch the leaves or stamp and cut from paper.

6.       Punch more leaves and adhere.
7.       Add butterflies to complete the springy atmosphere.

A few challenges:

Cupcake Inspiration #152: Inspiration photo
CPS Card Sketches: #257
One Stitch at a Time: #105 Girly
Pile it On: #12 Up in the air
Incy Wincy Designs: #137 Things with Wings
Papertake Weekly: Bingo – Flowers, Punched shapes, Lace
Sketch N Stash: #83 sketch
Cards & Things: #112 color challenge
Scrap Creations: Flowers
Tuesday Throwdown: #90 Spring cleaning: Scraps of pattern paper, flower soft.
Crafts & Me: #76 light airy spring
Flutter by Wednesday: #195 Open with a butterfly
PaperCraft Star #89: Spring
The Pixie Cottage: #113 Spring
Totally Gorjuss: #123 Spring

Have fun creating!


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