Saturday, November 2

Day 2 - Layered Flowers

Earlier this year I bought a gorgeous Tim Holtz Poinsettia die that cuts these wonderful flowers.  Each pass through the machine cuts three different sized blossoms so you can layer them for lots of dimension.  I think they would also look wonderful attached to brown-paper wrapped gifts or strung in a long garland.
 
 
 
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15 comments:

D- said...

Oh these are GORGEOUS flowers. They make a beautiful card. TFS.
Crafty hugs,
D
DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

Gail said...

These cards are beautiful!

Swissie said...

Wow! Just wonderful!
Greetings from Swissie in Switzerland

KT Fit Kitty said...

I love your layered flowers - the colour of the DP you used is so rich and beautiful. I love die cuts - this Tim Holtz one is going on my wish list. Thank you for the inspiration!

Suze said...

It's going on my wish list too. These cards are gorgeous Beccy.

Trish said...

Your cards are gorgeous. TFS
Hugs,
Trish x

Teresa said...

More pretty cards!!!

Jill Jacobsen said...

Beautiful poinsettias Beccy!! love the way you used different papers for the layers!

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

Beautifully done.

Charlene Mitchell said...

omgoodness Beccy these are stunning! The flowers themselves are gorgeous and your backgrounds are absolutely beautiful! TFS and for continuing to inspire us!

Pathy said...

I really like this flower, for me it expresses the essence of Peace for Christmas

Lovely card !

Hugs from Brazil

Marianne said...

Your poinsettias look amazing, love the colours and layering.

Merry said...

These are all so beautiful.

Viv said...

Such beautiful cards again Beccy :) Viv xx

Grenouille Greetings said...

I'm really enjoying all of the different types of holiday cards you are posting, Beccy. This one particularly caught my eye as I love the different patterned papers you have used for your poinsettia which makes such a statement against the softly distressed background. Hugs, Lesley