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Favourite Flowers

Flower patterns seem to be in everyone's top-ten list. Here are some of my favourite flowers - hope you like them too! If you like flowers, check out the Flowers for You patterns packs for some other flower-related designs.

  1. A luscious lily in a rather special vase. The technique for this design uses pinta-perla white, brushed onto the petals before they are coloured with felt tip pens. The design on the vase is perforated with the four-needle tool, or can also be made using the PCA Fine Square grid.
  2. This whitework water-lily is framed by a rainbow, created on the reverse of the parchment with blendable pencils. The border is perforated with the four-needle tool but instructions are also given for using the PCA Fine Square grid.
  3. The semi-circle tool is used to make an oval frame for my most favourite flower of all - the beautifully perfumed Syringa, or philadelphus. The flowers are finely-traced with white ink or you can use white pencil. They are mainly embossed from the front, to give cup-shaped blossoms.
  4. This pattern features a delicate mask decorated with grid patterns. The design is completed with two pink rose buds coloured on the reverse with blendable pencils.
  5. The outline is traced either with a white gel pen or white ink – or you could just pencil the outline and then emboss with a stylus.  The semi-circle perforating tool is used around the inner frame and some of the more delicate petals are worked on a straight or diagonal bold grid.  The colouring is done on the reverse with blendable pencils.
  6. Spring comes early with this hyacinth design.  Mainly whitework, the border uses the semi-circle perforating tool.  The pattern in the curtains is perforated with a flower tool and the only colour used is a mauve blendable pencil on the reverse of the parchment.

  7. Two whitework Water Iris are made as a ‘topper’ and attached to a background design featuring three dragonflies.

  8. This Pelargonium is outlined with a sepia pen and then coloured on the front with blendable pencils.  The embossed ribbon border is decorated with adhesive gems.

  9. Buttercups and Daisies. A mini-bouquet of two simple flowers entwined with a ribbon. The picture is drawn with a fine black drawing pen and the colouring is done on the front with felt tip pens, but it would work equally-well with blendable pencils. The heart-shaped frame is embossed with a star tool and the border uses the semi-circle tool. Suitable for many different occasions, a space has been left for your own peel-off greeting.

Pricing

 

Description PatNo # Price - downloads Price - hard copies posted
Pattern 1 (each) JM034-1
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 2 (each) JM034-2
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 3 (each) JM034-3
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 4 (each) JM034-4
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 5 (each) JM034-5
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 6 (each) JM034-6
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 7 (each) JM034-7
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 8 (each) JM034-8
£1.50
£1.50
Pattern 9 (each) JM034-9
£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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