I used the leaf tool in the Susan's Garden Flower Tool Kit to create lines on each petal. There is a long line from top to bottom, which is drawn on the back of the petal, then I turned it over and drew some short lines from the base of the petal, as shown in the picture above.
For this pink lily, I wanted to add some coloring to make it look realistic. I started by using Susan's Garden, Bright Pink Pastel at the base of each petal.
Susan's Garden Pink Pollen. As soon as the six petals were glued to the calyx, I placed them in the Susan's Garden Flower Trays to dry. This helps keep the petals pushed up while the flower is drying. You receive 5 trays, each holding 4 flowers so you can work on a number of flowers at the same time. If you don't place the wet (glued) flowers in the cups, the petals seems to slowly start falling down, which will leave you with a flatter flower. Once the flowers are dry, add the leaves and you are ready to decorate your card or project.
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Here are direct links to products I used:
Susan's Garden, Lily Dies
Susan's Garden, Flower Tool Kit
Susan's Garden, Flower Trays
Susan's Garden, Pan Pastels
PanPastel Sofft Tools
Susan's Garden, Pollen