All about flowers

Hello Daisies! Have you all got your “Fresh Cut” kits yet?
I’m so in love with these beautiful supplies from both Memory Keeping and Planner kits.
There are so many custom creations designed by Kim Stewart, who is also one of my favorite designers.
This is definitely the most beautiful collection ever!
Look at the rub-ons, journaling cards, and stickers!!
Everything is so so pretty!

Let’s see how Robin create in her Simple Dori.
I’m so in love with her clean and simple style.
Also, the hand stitching stems are perfect with the flower ephemera.

She said ” I loved the flower ephemera in the planner kits and wanted to use them in my Fresh Cut Simple Dori.
I am drawn to this color combo when Spring is approaching.
I wanted to hand stitch stems for my ephemera which is I nice way to add texture without a lot of bulk.
Additionally, I wanted to show that your memory keeping can be simple yet still tell the story.
Using this approach for a few layouts stretches your kits even further.
The photo is from last spring on the day I planted my cutting garden.
I am looking forward to planting my garden this year and so I really am dreaming about spring right now. ”

I was inspired by all the beautiful flowers and the soft color combos.
Actually, I didn’t expect that the yellow green looks so nice with pink and orange.
If you have any chance to try this color combo, please show me what you make with us on FB group page: .

As you can see, my flower and foliage dies are working perfectly with the papers.
Also, the rainbow butterfly looks so elegant here, too.
Here is the little video of how I made this 12″x12″ layout step by step.
There are some more details shown in the video.
Hope you all enjoying it.


1 Comment

  1. Robin Adryan

    This is fantastic a Moon!


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