This is one of my favorite flowers. Just the one flower, the center and the leaf, but it adds that tropical touch. If you don't have a die cutting machine that will work, just print the shape on the back of your paper and cut by hand. As always the size of the shapes are not the size used for the layout - Choose your own size to suit your layout.
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As promised, here is my layout example for this sketch. I really love these flowers because they make fantastic layered flowers without any effort. For close ups and details visit my blog HERE.
Look at this beautiful layout using the light blues of the Magic Kingdom castle. Thank you to Michelle for this great sketch example. Visit Michelle's blog HERE.
Ok I have to admit that one of the reasons I love this sketch is that you get to see a bunch of patterned papers. LOL! Check this one out! Merrick sent me this page and I am in love with those WRMK papers! Visit Merrick's blog HERE.
This is a great boy page from Joni Parker. The papers are busy but totally work when used with this sketch because there is a bit of seperation. Great job, Joni! Visit Joni's Blog HERE
Here is another page from Elke and the fall colors are so beautiful. Visit Elke's Blog here for close ups.
Jeanne sent me this adorable little boy page and I just love the way she punched the bottoms of the strips of paper. Thanks Jeanne!!!!
I know I have posted alot of examples for this one but you just have to see this one from Angela. These photos are amazing on their own, but the papers are perfect. Visit Angela's blog here