Making Flowers With The Magnolia Memory Dies

OnStage is Saturday so of course I want to make some last minute SWAPs. SWAPs are cards that demos make multiples of to trade with other demos for their lovely cards. The card that I designed for a limited SWAP – I only need 10 – and I wanted to add one of the Magnolia Memory flowers in Cherry Cobbler cs for a Christmas themed card.

Magnolia Memory Dies
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Price: $35.00

For each flower use two of the big petals and one each of the two smaller petals.

Use your Bone Folder to curl each petal and then use a stamping sponge wedge to add Cherry Cobber ink to the petals with special attention to the edges.

Your fingers will get inky.

To build the flowers – add glue to the center of the petals and then add the next petal off set – press down on the center for a 5 count to give the glue time to dry a bit before adding the next petal.

I added a Clear Faceted Gem in the center of the flower. I also added Wink of Stella around the gem and a tiny bit up the petal to for extra sparkle.

Making these lovely flowers for your projects is easy with the Magnolia Memory dies. You can order these awesome dies in my Online Store now so you can make your own flowers to add to your holiday crafting.

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Flowers –

Cherry Cobbler cs – petals

cs = cardstock

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Happy Crafting

Christy

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