Saturday, December 27, 2014

Susan's Garden New Flowers


I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas.  Are you ready to start working on new flowers for your Spring Paper Garden? It is great to be back designing.  The past few days, I have been working with the new Susan's Garden Flower Collection.  What amazing dies she has in this new release!

Here is a list of the dies in this collection:

Sweet Peas
Camellia
Carnation
Southern Magnolia
White Pine Pine Cones
Spider Mum
Rhododendron
Christmas Holly
Cistus (Rock Rose)
Nasturtium
Spring Bouquet which includes dies for mini daffodils and Tulips 
Cosmos
Amaryllis
3-D Book (Sizzix Bigz XL Die)
Grid Works (3 7/8" Square)
Woodland Leaves
Lady Slipper Tag

 Each flower is very easy to create.  I watched each of Susan's videos for instructions and love all the little tips she gives us to create such realistic flowers.  I will be posting each flower individually, along with the link to Susan's instructions,  but today I want to show you the entire flower collection.  I included the 3-D book in this picture which is decorated with Susan's Garden Poinsettia, the White Pine Pine Cones and her Christmas Holly.  This little box is perfect for including a gift card, money, candy or other small gift.  It will be beautiful with any of Susan's flowers for other gift occasions.  

I previously posted the Southern Magnolia and will be doing a tutorial soon to show you how I created the stamen for this gorgeous flower. 

You can find all these dies at Ellen Hutson, LLC at this LINK.

Have a great weekend.

4 comments:

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

I'm anxiously waiting for your flowers created from these new dies. I know you will make gorgeous creations and can't wait to see!

Anonymous said...

Selma,

All of these flowers are so realistic. Can't wait to see the ones you create. Thanks for sharing

Dianna

Ms Linda (swtanxiety94@yahoo.com) said...

The new collection is beautiful. Can not wait to see your designs. Happy New Year

Eva Van Buuren said...

It makes me happy to see all the NEW flowers you have made, Selma!!
I look forward to see the Tutorial.
Thanks for sharing, Eva.

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