Tuesday, 21 September 2010

A bunch of Flowers That Will Never Die - Made with Tim Holtz Paper Rosette Die


I am mega pleased with how these turned out, when the die arrived i looked at the packet and thought i would be quite small but it was a great size for these flowers!!


You have to do a little bit of folding along the perforation lines but they take minutes to make up!!


One edge has a scallop and the other is flat, so you get 2 different flowers depending which way you choose to make them!
I am going to have a go at some vintage papers but in the mean time this bunch of little beauties are winging their way to my mum in sunny St Albans, sure they will make her smile!


This die is a little hard to get hold of (surprise surprise its Tim Holtz after all!!) but if you email the lovely Susan at www.countryviewcrafts.co.uk she is operating a waiting list for some of the hard to come by dies!

Hugs
Lisa xXx

10 comments:

Addams said...

They look really good, great colours

Uma said...

very nice, you just need a vase for them!

Sandra said...

Great colours ... I could see you'd used these at all different times.

Sarah said...

Ooo these are lovely, do we need the long plates to use it?

Jules said...

Fabulous flowers, I bet your Mum will love them

Teresa said...

These are beautiful and bound to make your Mum happy. Teresa xx (do-crafts)

Debsg said...

These look great. Fab colours.

Lee said...

Great idea.love them they are so cheery.x

scrappydo said...

Simply gorgeous, love them.

Ali M said...

these look so cheery!!!I had resisted for a while and now have ordered the die ..!!
Ali