9.07.2010

The Lawn Fawn/Hero Arts swap: Day 2!

Hello! I am so glad that you all are enjoying the Hero Arts / Lawn Fawn swap! Lisa and I are just having so much fun, and we are so glad you have joined us in our stampy, felty party! :)

Let's check out Lisa's gorgeous card for today!
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I completely adore this. I would frame this card! I just love it! She combined Lawn Fawn's Petite Florals with Girls Paperie paper for the perfect feminine touch. Using the xoxoxo sentiment from Sophie's Sentiments adds that bit of whimsy that is so Lisa!

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How fun are these felt flowers?! I love them! This is such a cool way to combine stamping and felt! To make the flowers Lisa cut strips of felt, rolled it and gave the felt a twist every now and then to create a petal. Then she attached it to the card above a stamped stem. I know I can't wait to try this! I love how they match the Petite Florals flowers so perfectly! Also, we must take a minute to admire Lisa's coloring. Ahhhh. So beautiful. The way she combines Copics and colored pencils is just brilliant!

I hope you had fun seeing another way to incorporate felt into your stamping! Make sure to head on over to the Hero Arts blog to see what's going on over there!

And, I just can't help myself! Let's do another giveaway! How does Petite Florals sound? :)
Just leave us a comment by Wednesday at 11:59PM EDT telling us if you have ever made your own flower embellishments, and we will pick a random winner!

Patterned paper: Girl's Paperie
Stamps: Lawn Fawn (petite florals, sophie's sentiments)
Ink: Memento (rosebud, pear tart)
Etc: Michael's felt, fabric glue, Copics (G40, RV10), Prismacolor colored pencils
Thank you so much for visiting and blog swapping with us!
Have an amazing day,

160 comments:

  1. wow...amazing card...love they way lisa has used the petite florals !!! :) gorgeous colours and colouring...
    I will try the same if I win this set :P

    I am sure having a good time cos of the swap...

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  2. Those felt flowers are absolute gorgeous! I've made some flowers embellies myself using yarn... and it can be a lot of fun!

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  3. Those are great, never thought of using felt like that. I'm drawing a blank on if I've ever made my own flowers, so I guess I'll say no.

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  4. I've never made my own flower embellies (except if punching a flower and adding a pearl in the center counts... oh, and also coloring a paper flower with Promarkers...)

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  5. What a pretty card! I've tried to make my own flowers a few times, both with paper and felt. It's super fun!!

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  6. Love those felt flowers! I've tried making my own paper flowers but they never turn out as cute as the ones I see online. Maybe felt would be easier to work with...I'll have to give it a try!

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  7. What a cute card I totaly love it.

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  8. An absolutely adorable card...and yes I've made some of my own flower embellies...love the felt ones on the card! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  9. Oh I love the felt flowers, filing away for a new way to make flowers. I attempted satin flowers over the weekend, let's just say I need more practice LOL!

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  10. Love the felt flower wreath. Cant wait to cick on lawn fawn and see what your all about. Love clear stamps. Thanks for the chance of wining.

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  11. Yeah her felt flowers rock! I like the alternating of the felt with the stamped images. I make my own flowers but they seem as delicate and sweet as Lisa's do here. Hmmm. Maybe I am not twisting the petals like her? I will work on it. thanks for daring her shabby and cute card!

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  12. I love making my own embellishments, and flowers are just so fun and versatile!

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  13. Such a gorgeous card!!! I have made my own flower embellies and love doing it!!!!

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  14. So pretty! LOVE the dimension Lisa added to the flowers with felt. Brilliant!

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  15. I've made some paper flowers before, and they're fun to make. I love the texture the felt adds and will have to try some from that.
    DeniseB

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  16. While I have not made any yet - you have given me some great inspiration to get started making some! Thanks!

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  17. what a gorgeous card. I have just finished making some organza flowers (you know the ones that you melt the edges!) They are so easy which is lucky as I had to make about 100 of them for our school fete!!

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  18. I love Lisa's card- the combination
    of stamped images, PP and felt is
    wonderful! I have tried making my
    own embellishments but it didn't
    look this good.

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  19. I don't remember making my own flower embellishments, but love the ones Lisa created!

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  20. I love making my own flower embellishments. The possibilities are endless and it's easier on the wallet. Lisa's little flowers are so cute!

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  21. Pretty card! Sadly, the closest I have ever come to making my own flower embellishments is to punch out flower shapes and attach a brad as a center. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  22. soo sweet! i've made my own with long strips of fabric and hot glue as well as stamping on fabric and cutting the stamped images out.

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  23. Petite Florals sounds delightful! I just love this little switch you did! Too fun! This card is just adorable btw!

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  24. Love the card. I've made a few different flower embellishments. They're so fun and you get exactly what you want. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  25. I LOVE this card - what a fantastic idea! I've never made felt flowers like these, but am currently on a paper flower kick, trying all kinds of techniques to make my own flowers. My current favorite involves layers of punched or hand-cut flowers held together with a brad, then soaked with water to form the petals in pretty ways. Would love to win this cute set - thanks for the chance!

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  26. Love this! It's sweet, simple, and gorgeous! Cool idea to mix the stamped flowers with felt ones.

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  27. I have made many of my own flower embelishments, but I have never tried felt flowers. I will definately be heading to the scraproom to give this a go. I don't know why I have never tried though because I have used felt embelishments before and I love them. I guess I just needed someone to point out that I could do them myslef. Thanks.

    Sharon

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  28. Beautiful Card!! I have made flowers from felt, burlap, canvas and regular material. It adds a great touch to the card.

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  29. Love that card! I have made my own flower embellishment but it never turned out quite like I wanted.

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  30. A.maz.ing!! Just beautiful!!! I am SO ordering some pretty felt - thats it, you've persuaded me!! What a beautiful card!!!

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  31. Oh I LOVE those cute little felt flowers!!! I have many favorite embellishments, but if I had to pick one I'd say buttons!

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  32. Yes! I've made lots of my own flowers...none as small and darling as Lisa's pink felt ones though! Terrific Tuesday embellishment!

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  33. This card is just stunning! I have made some flowers although I need alot of practice!

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  34. This card is just stunning! I have made some flowers although I need alot of practice!

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  35. Love Lisa's card and those delicate flowers, just beautiful! I make rolled paper flowers for my cards, I will have to try these too :)

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  36. that card is absolutely beautiful! i love making my own flowers, but i have never thought to do it with felt! :)

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  37. what a sweet card! LOVE these little felt flowers! :)

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  38. The alternating of the felt flowers on this card really put it over the top! I have made paper, fabric, and netting flowers. Now I need to try felt! These are amazing!!!

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  39. I've made many many flower embellishments! Die cut, free form, 3-D, paper, fabric and ribbon. I love the home made touch.

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  40. Oh wow Lisa - I adore this! What a gorgeous card! Love how you used the stamp!
    I've made my own flower embellishments, but haven't use them too often. {blush} ;)

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  41. very pretty love the little felty flowers.

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  42. Love this pretty in pink floral card! The combination of gorgeous papers and flower embellishments is just perfect. The only floral embellishment I have ever made is the one where you gather a piece of ribbon into a rosette to make a flower.

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  43. Cute card, once again!
    I made my own flower a while back, and I enjoyed it very much. I think I need to do it again soon! :)

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  44. Really gorgeous card Lisa!! Love the soft, feminine look so much!

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  45. Love the card...the paper is so shabby chic and feminine...my favorites! I've made flowers from paper..running punched petals thru my crimper to break down the fibers so the flowers are soft.

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  46. So pretty! I just bought a roll of tulle to make my own flowers!!! :-)

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  47. I really like this idea. I have made flower embellishments of my own, usually using card stock and/or tissue paper, punching out different flowers and stacking them together. Now I have to try Lisa's felt one! I have visited Lawn Fawn and like what I see!

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  48. I'm so loving today's card and no I have never made my own flower embellishments but it is definitely on my list of things to try.

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  49. I've never actually made my own flower embelishments unless you count stamping and cutting them out to pop dot them. I really love these flowers though. Super cute!

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  50. Of course! Making your own is often the best way to get the perfect match. Plus making stuff is what this hobby is all about.:-)

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  51. Hey Lisa! & Kelly Marie!
    Gorgeous card, so pretty and feminine. Love those flowers, so dainty. Just tried last week at making my own flowers, wow so easy and they look great on a card.
    thanks for the chance to win:-)

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  52. I have made paper,felt and fun foam flowers using my die-cut flower sets, but never rolled up flowers. I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for the ideas and the chance to win a flower stamp set. Margaret K.

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  53. These are amazing!! I have never made a flower embellishments before, but this looks like so much fun to do!

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  54. I have never tried to make my own flower embellishments but I really want to try it out. They add so much to a card and it allows you personalize your card even more! These cards are fabulous!

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  55. Love that card and those stamps. Last week was my first attempt at a ribbon flower. I made it out of some purple sheer ribbon. Turned out pretty cute. I'm sure I'll try it again.

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  56. I have made flowers using punches, stamps and my Cricut, but never with felt. TOO CUTE!

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  57. I have made flowers using punches, stamps and my Cricut, but never with felt. TOO CUTE!

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  58. Totally loving all the felt ideas from both blogs! The felt rose buds are ingenious! Thanks for sharing this great idea...can't wait to try it out! Oh, and love the possibilities with the cute stamp set...my mind is a-whirling!

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  59. I sometimes make my own embellishments. Recently I made someribbon flowers and they turned out yuite nice :-)
    This stamp set is so gorgeous - I would really love to win it.

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  60. I've made flowers a few times but never as cute as those little felties! Such a pretty card!!

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  61. This is so cute I SCREAMED!!

    Love the flip flop!!

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  62. Oh,yes I have made my flower embellishments using card stock and then glittering my flower. Thanks!!!!
    syeda
    syeda_lubabah@hotmail.com

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  63. What a cute card! Love the idea to alternate b/w stamp and fabric flower! ;) Thanks for the opp!

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  64. Oh, cute cute card!

    Yes, I've made my own flower embellishments, but I really think I should do it more often :)

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  65. That is an adorable card Lisa. It's fun to see a blog swap!

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  66. super cute cards!! i've done flowers from die cuts, really easy and cute!

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  67. Beautiful card! Love the flowers on it! I have made my own flowers - many different kinds. It's a great way to make your own embellishments to match your projects exactly.

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  68. LOVE that- every single bit of it!!!
    I have made my own flowers- and think it's so fun!!

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  69. Lisa's card is sooo pretty and feminine. And I love Kelly's card on the Hero blog. I recently started making flowers from colored and patterned cardstock by cutting out three of three different sized flowers, then skewering them on a brad, soaking with water, turning up each separate petal tightly into the center, spritzing continually, and finally pulling each petal down with my paper piercer. They are so beautful. Oh I forgot to say that I inked the edges with Staz On before folding up.

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  70. What a beautiful card! I love making my own flowers, that way the project is that much more personal =) I've made some from felt, paper, vellum, and layering stamped and cut out images. SO fun!

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  71. What a cute card - cute idea - I will have to give this a try! I have made my own flowers before, but only out of paper.

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  72. love the rosebud stamp! I have made my own flower embellishments out of mulberry paper, dryer sheets, and most recently out of "grip mat" that pebbly, foamy kind of stuff that you put down to keep things from sliding.

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  73. Oh, that is a beautiful card! I love the coloring and the felt flowers ;D I'm going to have to try making those flowers. I just recently started making my own paper roses which I love to do. Thanks for the chance to win the stamp set - it's gorgeous!!

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  74. I make mine using different sized and shaped flower punches layered up and held together with brad as the flower centre

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  75. Magic happens when 2 uber talented people get together...you and Lisa are so inspiring! I love making paper flower embellies...even taught a class at Stamp Fever using several different styles.
    blessings!

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  76. Yes I've made my own flower embellies-flip & fold , distressed and layered book text paper, dampened & curled,Paper pieced stamps & the dahlia fold flower.The tiny felt rose buds are perfect on theis card. Great ,Lisa.

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  77. What a fun surprise! :) Love the swapping of blogs and love the felt flower embellies! I've usually been using paper to make my flower embellies but I love the idea of felt with the stamped images!

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  78. I love Lisa's card! It's the perfect combination of stamping and felt! Thoes flowers are just TOO CUTE! :> Thank you so much for the chance to win!

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  79. I made some flowers to use as embellishments from an article I read about turning heart punch pieces &YES paste;they were so big & heavy (and 3d) after the paste dried I had to find another use;I got some big clothesline clips, glued on a flower & tada! a paper clip with a pretty flower

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  80. I think Lisa's 'stuff' is just awesome. Been keeping track of her for a few years on the Hero Arts Blog. I hope Wednesday's Video shows us how to make those cute felt flowers
    Jan B

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  81. The card is so cute! Love the soft feminine colors.

    I have actually made my own flower embellishments. I created them using punches on pattern paper or stamping an image and then cutting it out and adding glitter.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  82. Oh my word! I HEART this. Just adorable. Love the flower!!! Love her coloring. My oh my... Envy over here.. She is really spotlighting that cute stamp set of yours, one I actually do NOT own (gasp, I know that is hard to believe)! I almost swung by Michael's to see if they had any felt today!! Might just have to take another trip to the store today!

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  83. I haven't used felt yet, but made some from paper. Now I've got to try this technique--so cute!

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  84. One of the cutest flower cards I have seen in a long time! I sometimes put a little rhinestone in the middle of flowers to make them pop! This set would be perfect!

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  85. I've crocheted a few flowers. Lisa's pretty things make me want to try felt.

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  86. Yes, I make my own embellishments, that is the fun part, sometimes I use my prima, but making flowers with the stamps and from a video on You tube is all the fun, I can't wait to try out the little Roses Lisa made today, they are so cute!! My only problem is making Small things, not too coordinated I guess!! I love this stamp set, it is so cute!! Thanks much for the chance to win.
    Great card Lisa, Love it, the coloring and flowers make it perfect.!!
    THANKS
    Donna (from flickr and heros)

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  87. Yes, I've made very simple layered flowers but plan to try these felt flowers soon!

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  88. Very pretty card. I like to make my own flower embellishments and will have to try Lisa's version.

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  89. The only flowers I made myself were layered, punched papers. The card is beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  90. This card is so cool! Love the flower embellishments. I have not made any myself yet, but love the idea of making some with felt. I will have to try that out. That petite florals set is so darling!

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  91. I have made a few of my own flower embellishments from paper but those felt ones are GORGEOUS!!!

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  92. What a cool way to make flower embellishments! I absolutely love flowers on cards, but sadly have never made any of my own flower embellishments! I'm really hoping to give it a try here soon! =) Thanks for the great blog swap!

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  93. I've made paper flowers but never the felt flowers. These are really cute as is Lisa's card. This Lawn Fawn/Hero Arts swap is fun!!!

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  94. I've made paper flowers from punches but never anything as gorgeous as those felt flowers!

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  95. What a pretty card! I love those little felty flowers!! I've made flower embellies from punches before, but never from any other materials. Thanks for the chance to win that super cute stamp set!

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  96. I would love a chance at Petite Florals...they have been on my list and I haven't been able to purchase them yet!
    The only flower embellies I have made are die cut flowers. I'm a simple cardmaker, but am interested in getting more involved!

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  97. Wow!!!..the felt flowers are super cute and the card is so adorable and a treat to the eyes!..I have used flower punches and made quilled flowers for embellishments, but 'felt' is new to me and I should try it soon..Keep them coming:)

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  98. I've had my share at layered punched paper flower embellies, but not felt! Love these!

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  99. What a fresh and beautiful card! :) I love how simple and elegant those sweet rose buds are. I have made felt flower embellishments using Spellbinders & my Cuttlebug.

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  100. I love making my own flower embellishments, since they can get pretty expensive. I make mu out of just about anything, I just made some using some soda cans, but my favorite is phone books!!! Great for making destressed looking flowers!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  101. I love making my own flower embellishments, since they can get pretty expensive. I make mu out of just about anything, I just made some using some soda cans, but my favorite is phone books!!! Great for making destressed looking flowers!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  102. LOVE this card...the colors are so fantastic!!! I have made paper flowers out of text paper and really like what they add to a card...

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  103. This card is so nice. Felt flower so small are just cute.I have done some paper flower with punches for my cards using any kind of paper, they are so easy.

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  104. Such a pretty card! It's just lovely, really. Brilliant use of felt with the Petite Florals. :o)

    I've only made flower embellies with punches so far, but I just got a cuttlebug, and I want to try cutting fabric with it to make lollipop flower embellies!

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  105. OMGoodness - those little felt flowers are adorable!!! I love them - will have to try making them myself. Thanks for posting this wonderful card! I have made little simple flower embellies in the past and am thinking of doing some to put on my daughter's hairclips.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  106. What a pretty card! I love the stamped stems with the felt flowers!

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  107. Those flowers are just adorable. yes, I have made my own flower embellishments but they were made out of paper but they came out pretty cute I made them into pins. check out my blog and you can see them and let me know what you think. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Minta

    mintab@gmail.com
    http://mintascreations.blogspot.com/

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  108. Awesome card! I have made my own paper flowers from the many tutorials so generously shared. Now I HAVE to try Lisa's felt flowers!

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  109. I have made my own flower embellishments both from ribbon and paper. I love this set you are giving a way and would so LOVE to win it. Thanks for the opportunity to win! :-)

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  110. I have made homemade flowers to embellish my daughters lamp shade several years back. I still love it!! Great card and really enjoying the switch. What a concept. Who came up with the brilliant idea? Oh, and thanks for the chance to win. I love lawn fawn.

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  111. I haven't made my own flower embellishments, but I'm tempted to try those felt flowers.

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  112. Lisa's card is sooo stinking cute- love her style and the great stamps! I have made my own paper fowers over the years from tissue paper- a napkin, and just plain old cardstock and patterned paper but never out of felt!

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  113. What a sweet little card! I have seen so many stampers make their own flower embellishments. I definitely need to try some of these wonderful ideas!

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  114. Lisa has done such amazing work on this card! It is so pretty and feminine and those felt flowers with the petite florals are to die for! I have made paper flowers myself and I can't believe there are so many variations to learn.

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  115. I love the mix of stamped and felt flowers. The one thing I love about felt is it's cheap and so versatile.

    And yes, that coloring is gorgeous. I need to constantly be reminded of the beauty of colored pencils. It's one tool I have a lot of but don't use enough.

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  116. I JUST found your blog, although I love your stamps. My hubby met you at Stamp Fever a few wks ago--said you are very nice. Sweet stamps from a sweet girl. I can't wait to see which stamps you come up with next. Love the animals!!!

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  117. this card is super cute, love the felt flowers!

    i've made my own flower embellies before from vintage text paper, crepe paper, and regular patterened paper.

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  118. Such a cute card! I have made many of my own flowers over the years. They are one of the things I got to on a regular basis.

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  119. What a lovely card! So feminine!
    I've made my own flowers, but never something like these tiny roses! Love them!

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  120. I tried making my own flowers but nothing as beautiful and fun as the ones on your card. Thanks for the chance to win.Hugs from Michigan.

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  121. earlier this spring i was crazed-
    couldn't make enuf flowers-used
    deco paper, grunge paper and ribbon. I have a jarful just waiting to b used. The felt flowers
    r perfect-delicate and so pretty.

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  122. I attempted to make my own flower embillishments...but it didnt work too well! I might have to try out Lisa's little felt flowers! Super cute! :)

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  123. Hi Kelly Marie and Lisa,
    What a sweet card! I have made my own flowers...usually with punches. I recently did some with rolling and twisting paper, but the felt looks so soft. It's next on my "to try" list!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  124. A-MAZE-ING!!!! I love this. LOVE IT! Lisa's little felt roses are adorable, the sentiment is perfect, the coloring of the flowers is perfection and then the Girls Paperie is just the best with this.

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  125. gorgeous gorgeous GORGEOUS...love that card..I have made my own flowers using paper and felt and I've made roses using my scallop punch..love making my own embellishments..Thanks for the chance & I totally love your blog it's so inspirational!!

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  126. Lisa's card is fantabulous....love it to pieces!!!!

    I've made a couple handmade flowers and have a long list of tuts to tackle..LOL.

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  127. do paper flowers count? Flowers are the quickest and nicest embellishments! Thank you for the opportunity to win. :)

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  128. Love the felt flowers! So realistic looking!! I've made tissue and paper flowers, but never anything from felt - will have to try it!

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  129. I have made flowers using lace, curled around and hot-glue-gunned at the bottom. As well as felt die cuts. I love the lace ones.

    These ones are too cute though!! can't wait to try it muyself!

    thanks so much for the chance to win

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  130. I haven't made any flowers of my own, but looking to try something new. I adore this stamp set. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  131. I've made a few flowers but mainly from punches. This card is so adorable and would love to learn how to make those cute flowers.

    Hugs,

    Cathy
    catherinesangels@yahoo.com

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  132. i often make my own flower embellies. i have not tried with fabric yet. that's on my to-do list!

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  133. I make my own flowers all the time, including with fabric, it's my favourite type! :)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  134. Love the floral felt card and flowers! Very creative and cute. I have make tissue flowers but never that small or with felt. Very nice! It is amazing in fact. Nice coloring. Love the petite floral stamps an the xoxoxox.

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  135. I am addicted to making rolled roses right now...so fun...

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  136. I enjoy Lisa's work, she is amazing. I have making my own flowers die cutting felt using my Cuttlebug and scallop dies lately.

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  137. WOW! Loving Lisa's creations!! I have made my own flowers but NEVER out of felt! They look amazing on this card with your stamp sets!

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  138. What cute flowers !! so nice :-)

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  139. It doesn't get any better than this!

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  140. Oh Lisa this card is beautiful and really should be framed. It is a masterpiece with all of those flowers and pretty papers. I so love the felt flowers and have never made any before but will so have to try it out now. Thanks for the idea.

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  141. Just lovely and actually just made my first rolled flower a few days ago. Still need to work on my technique a bit! I used paper, so felt might work better for me! Thanks for the idea and sharing!

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  142. I've worked on the spiral 3D flower with some success but need to try out these little rolled flowers that Lisa used. Too cute!

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  143. I have made flowers out of layered paper and fabric. I haven't tried this one yet. I can't wait to get started.

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  144. I've only ever tried (really recently) to make my own flower embellishments once - i followed a tutorial for making a 5 petal ribbon flower. turned out cute for my very first time!!

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  145. so cute!!! I made a little felt chicky on my cards for easter one year...LOVE felt! so fun this week!

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  146. Oh goodness I sure have just this summer. With felt, buttons, thread and hot glue. So fun, so easy... soooo cute! Thanks for the fun prize filled 3 day event!

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  147. making embellishments is one of my favorite things to do and making flower embellishments is the best!! I love ones made from felt and beads best!!!

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  148. I just squealed when I saw those felt flowers yesterday. Oh my! I love how Lisa combined Copics with colored pencils; awesome!

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  149. Aww such a cute card, love it!! So pretty!! Yes, I have made my own flowers with fabric, so fun!! :) :) :) :) :)

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  150. I sure haven't! I buy pre-made ones! I love love this card!!

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  151. Gorgeous, gorgeous card! The colours and design are so pretty! I LOVE the felt flowers!

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  152. I would frame it too... love it.

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  153. I make my own flowers all the time from paper, crochet, material. Will have one coming up in the Spring 2011 copy of Scrapbook and Beyond to share.

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  154. I make flowers out of just about anything! thanks for the fun this week!

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  155. WEll, tried these finally today, making the roses, and they did not come out like Lisa's, boy is this going to take practice, but I will not give up, I still love them, so cute!
    Thanks again, great idea lisa

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  156. This is the cutest stamp set. And the felt flowers really make the card. I can't wait to try making them.

    Keely
    keelystamps@gmail.com

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  157. I have never had the guts to try and make my own flower embellishments. But these are so cute!
    mamatink68 at gmail.com

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  158. oh my gosh super cute idea! I love it :)
    P.s. happy new follower

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