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This pattern collection contains nine complete patterns of ...

Flowers For You

A flower fits most occasions and this is the first in a series of pattern packs devoted to all things horticultural. If you like flowers, have a look at the Flower Power pattern packs.

  1. Some simple grid work in each corner frames these bold daisies with their stippled centres 
  2. This narcissus is embossed then delicately coloured on the back with blendable pencils. The heart tool borders this 'Happy Birthday' card
  3. The bold poppy is simple to emboss. The red checks on the background are coloured with felt pen and the embossed border uses only a four-needle tool  
  4. The Dutch tulips design is traced with sepia and blue inks, then coloured on the reverse with blendable pencils. The vase uses a simple but effective embossing technique to make the flower stems appear to be in water. A straight grid is used to create the perforated border inside the picture. This would make a souvenir for someone who’s just enjoyed a holiday in Holland!
  5. Three delicate sweet-pea blossoms are traced with white pencil, then embossed. The inner border around the flowers uses a three-needle tool (or you can perforate over the pattern with a  one-needle tool) and is embossed with a star tool.  A PCA straight fine grid was used for the outer border which was embossed and cut but the full pattern is given so you can also work over the pattern with a four-needle tool
  6. A larger-than-life fushia bloom is traced with white pencil and then embossed. The flower is displayed on a blue and mauve dorsed background. The lace border was created on the PCA fine square grid but the full pattern is given so you can perforate over it with the four-needle tool. A gold pen was used for the frame around the bloom and also the greeting but alternatively you could use gold peel-offs
  7. These pink lilies are traced and painted in ink and then embossed. Instructions are given for the simple painting stroke that will give you the correct result. The frill is traced in pencil and embossed whilst the simple border uses the three-needle tool
  8. Three flamboyant poppies are given the bold treatment, with a black traced outline and then painted in red ink. As in the lily pattern, instructions are given for the simple painting stroke required. The semi-circle and four-needle tools make up the border which is then embossed
  9. Use white ink to finely trace these delicate hollyhocks, then emboss. The more experienced 'embosser' might prefer to trace in white pencil. The double border is made up with the semi-circle and star tools

Pricing

 

Description PatNo # Price - downloads Price - hard copies posted
Pattern 1 (each) JM003-1
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 2 (each) JM003-2
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 3 (each) JM003-3
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 4 (each) JM003-4
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 5 (each) JM003-5
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 6 (each) JM003-6
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 7 (each) JM003-7
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 8 (each) JM003-8
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 9 (each) JM003-9
£1.50
£1.50
Postage - UK (per delivery)   Not Applicable - download only 1 - 5 patterns £1.00
6 patterns and above £1.30
Postage - Europe (per delivery)   Not Applicable - download only 1 - 5 patterns £1.90
6 patterns and above £3.40
Postage - Rest of the World (per delivery)   Not Applicable - download only 1 - 2 patterns £2.10
3 - 10 patterns £2.90
11 patterns and above £4.00

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