Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Circle Flowers

This is just another very simple flower which I've created for my recent project. I call it the "Circle Flower". It's very similar to the "Cabbage Flower".

To create this flower, simply just cut out some circles in different sizes from pattern papers. Then, ink the edges using distress ink. Use foam adhesives to layer them on top of each other for dimension. Finish it off with a button.

I just love how this flower could showcase the gorgeous pattern papers and how well they work together. So, if you have some scraps or small pieces of gorgeous pattern papers lying around, try creating some of these flowers for your projects.

11 comments:

Tereza Crump aka MyTreasuredCreations said...

These flowers are definitely an old favorite of mine. :) A paperholic never throws away scraps of pretty paper. She makes circle flowers. :) Creative as always, Irene!! :)

G3 said...

This is cool because if I do not have the matching flower, then I can make one . You are fabulous Irene. I love the cabbage flower as well.

steffi :o) said...

ooh! these flowers are so cute!!! where do you take all this creativity? it is fabulously :o)

Life At Camellia Cottage said...

Hi Irene! You know, you are truly an artist, and you are teaching me so very much - thank you!

I have a surprise for you on my blog, so please come check it out! Blessings, Becky

http://camelliacottagedesigns.blogspot.com/2008/11/i-give-thanks-o-lord-this-day.html

StrawberryPia said...

You sure inspire me every day!! I love these flowersIrene ! I might do some of the now! Thank you for all the inspiration you give to all of us blog readers! Hugs Pia

LaY hOoN said...

This is such a great idea ! Clever you.

Lynn said...

Great work! I love the flowers.. they are layered great! tfs :)

flowersdirect said...

I must say these are really gorgeous! They must have taken ages to design and put together?

Well done!

mady said...

bravo tes fleurs cercles sont magnifiques , tres bonnes idees

3left Feet said...

thanks soo much for the tutorial! I cans steal AHEM.. umm LIFT them now! lol

paulien710 said...

What an amzing beautiful card this is honey!!!! Love the masking, and all the techniques you squeezed in.
you rock!!!!

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