Monday, February 6, 2012


As mentioned on Friday i have a giveaway. YEAH!  I want to share the flowers i have been making with some lucky winner!  If i could, i would spend all day making flowers but i didn't have the time or all the fabric.  I'm hoping to find new ideas for flowers so if anyone has seen any good ones send me a link.  I love the look of the ones i make and how easy they are to do.
So to participate in my giveaway i would love for you to leave me a comment and join my blog.  Also i want to hear what you would do with these flowers.  I will pick a random winner on Friday so stay tuned to my blog!
I am so excited about the new counterfeit  kit challenge so i am off to see if i can come up with two kits as well. It really is a lot of fun to go through your stash and see what you have and put it together to create a kit all of your own.

Enjoy your Monday!


  1. Loved the flowers, I would use them on my granddaughter's swim page, as she thinks she's a mermaid, and they look like they would work great for that. Love Penny

    1. Hi Penny
      Thanks for joining my blog and leaving your wonderful comment. You are the winner of the giveaway.
      send me your address and i will send it off on Monday.

  2. Such pretty flowers! Now, I am off to check out the counterfiet kit you mentioned.

  3. Pretty flowers. They would look adorable on the outside of a mini album.

  4. These are so cute! Did you find them in a tutorial and I missed it somehow?? You do a great job...Prima better watch out!

  5. FAB flowers! The only flowers that are quick and easy are the dies I have from Spellbinders. They are spiral cut so all you have to do is roll and adhere them = easy!

  6. Love your flowers! So colorful and I love the shimmer and sparkle! I can see this on cards or a girly layout. Thanks for sharing! :-)

  7. Those flowers are lovely! Perfect colors for springtime layouts.

  8. oooh pretty! They are beautiful though, I would use them in card making but only for special people!! Tissue paper flowers are easy to make too, you only need a scalloped punch or something similar and basic tools. I have a tutorial here on my blog if you're interested.


  9. I missed this post.
    /Pretty flowers, if my daughters were younger I would put them on a barrette.


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