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    3 Layered flower

    Started out as hearts but ended up as flowers
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    Daisy decoupage

    Hi Ladies,
    This daisy from the star on graphtec design master as probably been done before, but i wanted to see if i could do one on my own,also checking to see if i had done the print screen right, this is only my second attempt at doing designs, so i hope it will be of use to someone, i have cut it out so i know it will cut okay. Thank you for all your lovely designs, hope to one day be as good as all of you.Anne
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    rolling Strawberry box

    I have had a word with Rosemary and she is OK with me posting this strawberry box
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    God must love stupid people-He made so many of them

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    Pot of Roses

    I have been working on this card for a number of weeks and have finally completed the assembly instructions for all of you to enjoy. Not the simplest of cards, but well worth the effort! Rachel

    Text and overlay for this can be found here
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    Layered Flowers

    Hi,

    Thank you all for your encouragement.

    I've been messing about all day and made a few more designs.

    This first one is for some layered flowers. One of them is similar to a punch that's very popular right now.

    converted to Studio format and simplified for easier opening
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    Gerberas and leaves

    I made these flowers this morning when I needed some for a new project.

    These flowers are adaptations of a file I uploaded many moons ago and subsequently deleted along with many others of my files, when all the hoo-ha with the copying and selling of files was going on last year.

    I cut the whole sheet in 120gsm white. I then chalked them and used pinflair glaze to set them (the shiny glare is the reason the leaves look patchy in the photo). I used gingham brads for the centres.

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    Fresh adaptation of gerberas and triple leaves

    This is an adaptation of the leaves I uploaded a few days ago. These are more 'oak-y' in shape.

    I cut this batch from Conqueror Silver mist which has a bluey tint and coloured them with H2O's and the shimmer of the Conqueror shows through beautifully. I cut the flowers from the Pink Dew Conqueror and tinted it further with a dilute pinky purple colour and again the effect is remarkable.

    The card is for my granddaughter Alice. When I cut the boxelope with the window I used Robo v5 (posted one is v4) and used the new weld function in the update to make her name in the middle of the cutout piece. It was so quick and simple and cut with no problem of stuttering by robo. The acetate overlay on the card was cuttlebugged.

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    Poppies

    Playing with the idea of Conqueror Concept and Cosmic Shimmer waterpaints I decided to make a poppy. I used the pinkdew for the flowers and silvermist for the leaves. The files cut beautifully with no problem.

    The centres of the poppies are simply the large fabric brads glued and covered with black Flowersoft. Great representation of a real poppy centre.

    I am thinking this cutting file could easily make pansies by colouring them purple and shading to a pale centre with a yellow centre'

    Again I am stunned by the effects of the card and paint results which I just stumbled upon as I was experimenting with colouring the gerberas posted a few days ago.

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    Anemones

    At first glance these flowers may seem to be the same as the poppies - not so - these have 6 petals and have dips in the tips of the petals. The file cuts very well.

    I swamped each petal with cosmic shimmer watercolours then took a clean brush with plain water and made a few strokes from the centre and blotted whilst wet since anemones go pale towards the centres

    The fabric brads are covered in black flowersoft but unfortunately the glue dried clear and let some of the original colour shine through - I think next time I will use a black marker pen on the fabric before adding the flowersoft.

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    Layered Flower with Mat

    Thanks to Dixie for the challenge & to everyone for their lovely designs so far.

    Using Inkscape, I played with the Union (equivalent to weld) & Outset tools, & made a layered flower with a mat. I used the shape tool to make a three ‘petalled’ shape which I used with a circle to make the flower. The flower has holes in it so it can be put together using a brad.
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    Layered Distressed Flower

    Whilst making the layered flower with mat for the challenge I realised that the mat would make a great distressed layered flower once I had tweaked it using the inkscape offset tool! After cutting the layers you can scrunch them up, distress them with ink or paint, & use a brad to finish off the flower.
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    Crazy Daisy

    Here is another design just using elongated ellipses welded together. It's my Crazy Daisy.
    Build up layers to make a realistic looking daisy. I used four layers - two large and two smaller ones.
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    5 petal cut flower for mini book

    For Mary Anne especially -

    I chalked my petals instead of glittering them and I added stamens - the instructions for assembling are here. I think it would be easier to colour the petals before assembly.

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    Paper Pieced Rose

    Thank you for setting a great challenge Grace, and for your gorgeous templates - just love that cat.

    Hope this rose will be of use to someone.

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    Flowers in a pot

    This is the first paper piecing I've done and it looks like it was made by a child but I wanted to enter the challenge so please don't laugh too loud


    Sorry about the shine on the card it's from the camera flash.
    Although the svg has a square box in front of the name it does open properly (I'm using Google Chrome and it must be the way it shows the those files)
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