From One Fanciful Flower by Tracey Fairgrieve

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Hello Creative Friends,

Today i'm sharing a very simple That's Crafty! Creation 
made during a mega card making session a couple of weeks ago.

Here's those quick and simple How to do's...

Selecting one from many stitched Distress Oxide
off cuts this would be the backdrop for my card.


Stamping one of Fliss Goodwins Fanciful Flowers five times, 
I coloured them in with Distress Markers, cutting out one flower 
in full and just the central flower shape from the remaining four.


Those cut centre flowers were then shaped by hand, layering two on top to 
create a fuller flower and leaving the other two flowers just as they were


I had planned to embellish their centres with large gems but chose 
to add a little glitter glue.. so much easier for posting.

Adhering my background onto a DL shaped card the flowers 
are glued in place completing my Fanciful Flower card.

Simply awaiting a sentiment of choice fit for purpose..


That's Crafty! will be sharing their Crafty products on
Hochanda tomorrow Friday 13th Eeeekk!! at 12pm and 4 pm
Pop on over or set those recorders for some That's Crafty demonstrations and
That's Crafty Hochanda Design Team makes using the latest new releases.

Hope to see you there.
Creative wishes

Tracey xx

Crafty Supplies:

That's Crafty! Clear Stamps: Fanciful Flowers Set 1 ~ Designed by Fliss Goodwin
Tim Holtz Distress Markers ~ Mermaid Lagoon ~ Salty Ocean ~ Tumbled Glass
Versafine ~ Onyx Black

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24 comments

  1. Ooh! Just love this Tracey, the colours are gorgeous and love how you took the centres to make 2 more flowers that look so different and a bit like buds.
    Thank you so much for sharing something so gorgeous made with my stamps and looking forward to hopefully more from you too.
    Hugs, Fliss xxx
    PS: Hoping Friday 13th is lucky this time ;)

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    1. I'm so glad you like it Fliss, your flower stamps are so generous in size making it easy to cut and layer up the flowers as all those guidelines are there.
      I'm enjoying working with them and don't you worry there will be plenty more from me just haven't had much free time recently.
      Wishing you all the best today Fliss :*
      Hugs Tracey xx

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    3. Sorry, deleted earlier one as noticed a spelling error (hate those!!!)
      Thanks so much for the lovely comment Tracey which really made me smile and I'm so looking forward to more creations from you in your lovely style too.
      Big hugs, Fliss xxx

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  2. A WONDERFUL card creation and the technique is more than clever! Genius!

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    1. Thank you Susi, it's amazing how you can change the look of a Flower by simply shaping and layering xx

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  3. Hello dear, you formed the stamped flowers, beautifully , and love the one in many layers .
    Also love your stitched stems and leaves, Tracey, giving a special perspective to your flowers, and they looks gorgeous onto your gelli printed background !!
    An amazing summer card creation, worth being framed and hanged on the wall , my friend.
    Hugs from Dorthe, xx

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    1. So kind of you Dorthe, i've been squeezing the last little bit of life from some machine needles. Fliss's Flowers worked perfectly as toppers.
      Hugs Tracey xx

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  4. Fliss’s Flowers looked wonderful and love all the stitching, I am partial to a bit of stitching
    Love
    Amanda x

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    1. Many Thanks Amanda, it's a satisfying feeling stitching on paper & card. In my youth I was always getting told off at college for doing this, blunting those already blunt needles hee hee xx

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  5. What an amazing stamp and wonderful tutorial Tracey! I just love the stitching and yummy color choices on this fantastic multi-occasion card. WOW WOW WOW!

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    1. Thank you very much Autumn, it's always great to find a design that can be used for every occasion and that folds flat for posting xx

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  6. Wonderful card Tracey❣ Beautiful colours and love the stitching :)

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  7. Love this card Tracey, you’ve worked your magic with Fliss’s wonderful flowers and I’m already seeing the potential for Christmas poinsettias with them too....sorry I know that’s ridiculously early!!
    Hugs
    Donna xx

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    1. Aww Thank you Donna and you are so right regarding Christmas Poinsettias. It's never too early to think about Christmas i've already started making some of mine xx

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  8. Just love this and the colour is stunning.xx 💖 [Aussie aNNie's Blog]

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    1. Thank you very much Annie, glad you like it xx

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  9. Delightful! I love how the flowers pop over the background - and what a great way to use those Oxide backgrounds (of which I have many sitting around!).
    Alison x

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    1. It's amazing how we can collect so many in such a short space of time.. Very handy when in need of a quick card or tag to create though. Thank you Alison xx

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  10. Such a beautiful creation with the fabulous oxide background and the gorgeous flowers. Pretty colours and yes ready for any sentiment now. Loved Donna's idea too of thinking about Poinsettias x

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    1. Thank you so much, they do look amazing in red too ;) Always love a design that you can save and add a sentiment when needed, it makes card making so much easier when you can chose the right sentiment when needed xx

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  11. Tracey, the flower stamp is gorgeous and it looks even more beautiful layered up as you have done. I love the background you created too, it shows the flowers off so well on your beautiful card! xx

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    1. Thank you Anne, the background had just the right colour to compliment the flower without it getting lost in the background and I have to admit they look super layered up xx

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