"This kit was harder for me to match exactly from my stash, so I looked for inspiration in the kit, then went from there. As I did with my February kit, I first picked one paper as my focal point and built my kit around that. I chose the butterfly print first (from the same line as my main kit rub-ons), then chose some basic prints for the others. I included two printable cards, a woodgrain stamp, and some premade fabric flowers." For more information on Sherri's Wildflower kit, please go to her blog at http://sherrithompson.blogspot.com/.
Meridy's "Wildflowers" Counterfeit Kit:
Bethany's "Wildflowers" Counterfeit Kit:
"I love the lightness of this kit, but needed to go a bit darker in mine. Mainly because I am running out of light colored paper that would work. LOL The vintage pages are adorable! I can't wait to decide how to use them! Check out my Blog for a complet list of my kit contents and more pictures."
Tulle Daisy Tutorial:
Here is a link to learn how to make this flower from tulle.
Tulle Daisy Tutorial
|Start off with some tulle and a silk carnation.|
|Pull the carnation apart into layers.|
|Cut the tulle into circles; layer tulle and carnation silk petals; fasten the entire flower together with a brad; and finally spritz with some Glimmer Mist for a little added color.|
Paper Carnation tutorial
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