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Thursday, November 21, 2013

More flowers I made


These are some more flowers I made. Most of them are from McGill punches, but the three little roses are from Spellbinders Bitty Blossoms.

The yellow on the roses is much paler than it looks in the photo, and the greens in the leaves aren't as bright either, but I took this photo at night.

I was pretty happy with the McGill flowers, especially since it was my first try, but I think I need more practice with the Bitty Blossoms. I'm not at all happy with them. I have wanted those dies for a long time because of the beautiful flowers Marisa Job has made with them, but mine don't look at all like hers. I will practice some more though, and I'm sure they will get better! I also wish I had shaded the outside of the yellow petals on the pansy with purple. I think it would have looked more real that way. The center of the pansy and the stamen on the Calla Lilly are the ultrafine orange crush Flower Soft.


I also played around with some premade roses I got on clearance at Michaels last year. All of these were white, but I used some Brilliance stamp pads, and different brands of glitter sprays to color them. Some of the flowers were colored with more than one shade of spray. The ones which still look white have pearl shades on them so they shimmer in real life. I've found that I like buying white flowers best, because then I can color them to match my projects.

4 comments:

Cards By Jan said...

Oh WOW!...what gorgeous flowers, you are a creator for sure, they are all so pretty!!

Antoinette Voorn said...

Sooooooo Howw did you do that??? Really pretty...al those flowers!

Olga said...

Kathy your flowers are absolutely gorgeous!!!!!

Anonymous said...

WOW! fabulous work Kathi - you must have the patience of Job but the result you achieve is amazing.

Mary Mac