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

    • 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

      • 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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