Monday, July 6, 2015

Flower Garden



Elizabeth Craft Designs has such a beautiful array of flower dies by Susan Tierney-Cockburn. Today I arranged some of Susan's flowers, that I created, on this oval canvas frame.  Here is a list and Links to the flowers displayed:


Susan's Sunshine and Love sentiment was stamped on a doily created with the Paris Edges die.

I hope you enjoy seeing my garden today and I have inspired you to create your favorite flowers. You can see all of Susan's products at this LINK. Thank you for stopping by.

Additional products from Elizabeth Craft Designs:



11 comments:

Dr Sonia S V said...

Oh what an absolute beauty Selma...love love each tiny detail you added here!!
Cheers
Dr Sonia
Cards Crafts Kids Projects

GAZ said...

You and your cards are totally amazing. I love seeing all the beautiful flowers and cards you create and thinking maybe someday I'll pick one die and try to make some. Thanks for all you share. It would be great if you could come to Arizona and teach a class. Thanks so much! Glenda J

Nancy Jensen said...

Oh Selma, this has got to be one of the most beautiful mixed media artwork I've seen! Love it!

Eva Van Buuren said...

Selma, this is unbelievable....what a BEAUTY!!
You always made gorgeous flowers, but this is outstanding, this is an real Piece of Art!!
You are the Flower Queen...
Hugs, Eva.

Carol Tummon said...

Hi Selma,

I just had to write to say what a beautiful arrangement you've made of those lovely flowers. Of course I love all your designs but this one is just fantastic!
Have a lovely day.

Carol

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

What a beautiful flower garden you created. I am in awe, Selma!

Anonymous said...

Hi Selma . These are really beautiful. Well done.
Christine Wright

Martie Rollin said...

Creating a display like this does take time! Time well spent...Thanks for posting this lovely floral display.

Mary Mac said...

WOW, Selma's Botanic Garden! Each flower looking so realistic, be it a Hyacinth, Geranium, Lilies, or Roses etc. etc. you must have the patience of Job. When I consider you have to cut out each petal, leaf and stem, then colour and shape them and finally mount and arrange them I almost have to take a nap! Your work is second to none so my mind has not changed - you are still The Queen of Flower making. I would eat my hat, my gran's hat, my mum's hat and any other hats in my way if asked to (try to) copy your magnificent work. You are a genius Selma.

MaureenB Badenhorst said...

Oh my gosh. How beautiful is this. You are so amazingly talented. This is the first time I have seen any of your work. It has blown me away. I wish I were fractionally as artistic as you.

Anonymous said...

Oh Selma, this is absolutely GORGEOUS!!!!! I think Susan has outdone herself with her latest dies.

Hugs,
Debi

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