Sunday, May 10, 2015

Susan's Garden Notes Hyacinthes


Happy Mother's Day to all you mothers.  I hope you have a wonderful day.   I created different colors of Susan's Garden Notes Hyacinthes and couldn't decide which color to use on my card today, so I used them all.  

This is a 6 x 6 inch card.  To create a frame for the flowers I wanted to do something "different" --   I combined the Elizabeth Craft  Paris Edges and the Oval Flourish Frame Edges.  I die cut the Paris Edges then used the largest oval die in the Accordion Oval Card die set to cut the oval above the die cut Paris Edge (this is the part where the stems of the flowers are inserted).  To complete the frame, I die cut two of the short, and one of the long, Oval Flourish Frame pieces and attached them above the Paris Edge die cut.  

The Garden Notes Hyacinthes were tucked down in the oval frame.  Elizabeth Craft Designs Dot Peel Off Stickers were used to help decorate the frame.
 
The products used can be purchased from Elizabeth Craft Designs:




8 comments:

Rita said...

Good Evening Selma. I just love Hyacinths at this time of year. Such a beautiful card. Hope your well. Hugs Rita xxxx

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

This is stunning! Such a beautiful card my friend!

Janie Printz said...

Very realistic & beautiful Selma. Those tiny blooms are truly gorgeous..

Cheryl W said...

Wow! This looks amazing, Selma. You create the most beautiful paper flowers. I always love visiting your blog to see your gorgeous creations.

Ms said...

absolutely gorgeous... I can't imagine the amount of patience you have to have to get all of the flowers attached. Just beautiful

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

Lovely Selma- I can almost smell these beauties! I love hyacinths!

Lenoria said...

This is such a beautiful card and I love all the colors of the hyacinths. Your flowers always look so realistic and absolutely gorgeous - and it isn't the dies, it is the creator because I have some of the dies but I definitely cannot get mine to look like these!!

Anonymous said...

This is very pretty, Selma. Your work is awesome. J

Love,
Debi

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