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Today we are sharing some fun ways to make and use flowers
on layouts, projects and cards. There are so many ways
to make them by scrunching, misting, punching, embossing,
die cutting, tearing, stitching or just plain using the papers
and cutting out the beautiful shapes on them!

We hope you love what we have to share and
hope you have time to make a few of these today!!


designer: Tracey Taylor





Design Tip: Use cut pieces from patterned paper in lieu of the letters
(like 'o') in your title to add a little interest.

Materials:
Autumn Splendor papers used: Pumpkin Cluster, Acorns, Leaf Medley, Sunflower Medley
other: lace, flower, rhinestones, string


designer: Alicia Barry



Materials used: Autumn Splendour papers: GP 410, GP 407, GP 414, BGP 223
I also added some Bella chipboard letters, Prima blossoms, and some little chipboard butterflies.
Tip: For the sunflowers, I cut 4 sunflowers from GP 410 in different sizes.
I trimmed around each one, but also cut between each petal.
I then shaped every second petal so it would stand up from the rest
to create a 3 dimensional effect.
I then layered the 4 sizes together with foam squares and adhered to my layout.
I find that because the Best Creation glittered papers are a little thinker than most,
the petals hold the shape really well.




Designer: Natalie Dever



Exploding boxes make a great gift and are super easy
to make. Each layer of square gets smaller so that it
all can fold in and you can top it with a gorgeous lid.


supplies: GP 407, 417,410, 415



Designer: Teresa Horner

supplies : New Scarecrow Whipper Snapper Stamp
papers: Bgp 220, 222 Gp 409, 412, 410
Copic pens and chalk


designer: Tina Guigui

supplies: GCS010, GP 412, 410, 416, 417
mss041 and pop ups



3 cards by designer: Kim Holmes





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