Monday, April 28, 2014

Susan's Garden Third Release


My garden is full of many new flowers!   I have completed all the beautiful flowers in the NEW Susan's Garden flower release.  Today I have placed all of them on a poster board to show you the different flowers you can create with Susan's new dies. 

Starting at the top, here is a list of the flowers:  Hydrangea, Daylily, Bearded Iris, Gerbera Daisy, Aster, Primrose, Zinnia, Alstroemeria, Allium, Lilac, Clematis, Stephanotis, and Crocus.   In this release there is also a set of dies to die cut  two Branches and a stem. 

All these flowers were so fun to create.  I will start posting individual flowers and give you some tips on things I did to create them.   Do you have a favorite you would like for me to start posting first?    

You can purchase all the Susan's Garden Flower dies from Ellen Hutson, LLC.

Click on the link below to see a closeup of each flower and the number of dies in each set.

 
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10 comments:

Solange Barreto. (Lange) said...

Amo seu trabalho, tudo maravilhoso.
abençoadas mãos. Beijo.

Rita said...

What a beautiful array of flowers Selma. Hugs Rita xxx

Eva Van Buuren said...

Ooh Selma, you have made GORGEOUS flowers!!!
And so much flowers.....a wonderful Summer Garden!!
The Lilac is unbelievable!! Looks like such the Lilac in the
garden of my Grandmother when I was a child. The Lilac is my favorite!
Hugs, Eva.

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

I can always depend on you to make my mouth water! I've got a list a mile long and you just added to it...Bad girl!

Rebecca Ednie said...

I'd like to see videos for all the flowers susan doesn't have videos for. Seems that she stopped mid second release. Unless you have links to them. I don't find the pictures in the packages adequate as it doesn't show the shaping of each petal. That makes it a much bigger learning curve than necessary. In fact, I don't find the videos show enough detail either. I'm especially fond of the lilac and the instructions for that one were especially hard to follow. And the hydrangea is stunning.

Janie Printz said...

Oh my goodness how to pick a favorite, that's impossible Selma. I am over the moon impressed with how quickly & beautifully you create these wonderful garden flowers. They look amazing & I love seeing your tutorials on how to turn plain ole paper into these lovely realistic beauties. I would love to see a tute on making the Bearded Iris ...love to see how you get such a nice curled edge on the petals.
You make me want every flower Susan designs once I see what can be done with them.
Hugs, Janie

Anonymous said...

WOW! Beautiful flowers! Can't wait to create some dramatic cards featuring floral displays. Thanks!

Marti Rollin

Anonymous said...

The flower display is so lovely. Nice job. The lilacs would be fun with them coming into bloom earlier than most ... or at least soon.
Pat

Olga said...

Gorgeous, how do you keep up???

Shirley said...

Wow, I wouldn't know how to choose or where to start! Beautiful! What a talent.

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