When I have a die cutting day [ which I really love to have]..I certainly cut a lot..
These are more of the Altenew Mini Flower Cluster layering set..
You have 4 layers, 5 if you count the center, and why not, 5 layers to make each set of 4 flowers..
Mix and match the colours and sometimes I don't use the last layer, depends on my mood and how much of the previous colour I want showing..
The tiny center I do in black, brown or gold, and they bring the flowers to life,
I don't even glue them on in the perfect position,I just plonk them on..
And on this day I made wreath...
A little bit dimensional but not too bad...
A simple Happy birthday and a gold butterfly...
So there we go, all the flowers are being used up gradually, I mix them with other flowers and use them to fill in gaps, which I shared once before..BUT, I love making them so much I filled my tray again, so have more to use, ha ha ha..
Thank you so much for stopping by and
I will see you tomorrow..
So pretty Chrissy. Lovely card.
Gorgeous Chrissy, you already know I admire the way you can just die cut loads of stuff, it would drive me nuts, these flowers are so pretty and I love your card.xx
You have the patience of a saint Chrissy- all that die cutting to create the pretty flowers! The finished result is beautiful though!
Gorgeous card and love the wreath of your beautiful flowers
You're so great in working ahead making all those die cuts.
That wreath is so beautiful.
So very pretty!! xx
Wow Chrissy, your results with the flowers are stunning! I so love that beautiful wreath you've made and the colors look so happy and Spring like too! The addition to that metallic butterfly fits perfectly!! LOVE
I love these flowers, what a beautiful wreath they make!
A lovely card and gorgeous design of the wreath, very nice..xx
Oh wow,they are amazing.Gorgeous card too.x
so beautiful Chrissy
This is so so pretty and you are bringing Spring closer to me which I LOVE!!
What a gorgeous wreath you made with these die cut flowers. Seems like a lot of work, but all those layers play their part, so well worth doing all this die cutting.
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