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Flower Quarters and a Best Wishes Card

I started off making this card last night and finished it off today… I had been reading a magazine that gave a tutorial on how to make segmented flowers, so I made one specifically to go on this card and made a few others in different colours..

Here are the flowers I made this morning…

This is the card I finished off

Supplies List :-

  • Bazzill light blue textured cardstock
  • Echo Park Turquoise Polkadot patterned paper
  • Turquoise Blue Mulberry paper
  • Seam Binding
  • Button
  • Stampin Up Labels Stamp Set and Punch
  • Memories Navy Blue Chalk Ink
  • 2 x light blue rhinestones from Wild Orchid Crafts
  • May Arts Ruffle Edge Organza Ribbon
  • Diamond Stickles
  • Stick Pin
  • Die Cut Heart
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11 thoughts on “Flower Quarters and a Best Wishes Card”

  1. Hi, it’s me again – I told you I was catching up! These flowers are gorgeous – I wouldn’t mind trying my hand at making some myself – can you tell me what magazine you saw the tutorial in? The card that started it all is gorgeous – love the aqua/white polka-dot combination – just redecorated our bedroom in aqua and our new curtains and bedding are also aqua/white polka-dotted, how’s that for a coincidence!!! Is that real stitching or faux? It’s a great finishing touch. Elizabeth x

    1. Hi Kathleen…

      Thanks so much for popping in and leaving a lovely comment… Glad you found something here that inspired you to make your own card 🙂 which is absolutely lovely, i’ve been across to visit your blog too, hope to see you around ….. Sarah

      1. Thanks for visiting, Sarah, and for your sweet words.

        The little house (on the card you asked about) is a stamp. I colored it in with watercolor pencils and then used a damp brush to blend.

        Look forward to visiting again.

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