Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Kusadama Flowers

I love taking part in challenges when I get the chance. This week over at Less is More the challenge is to use designer paper in a CAS way - a perfect opportunity to make kusadama flowers, something I've wanted to try for ages. I needed a thank you card for my sister, who was my son's sponsor at his confirmation last night and I know she'll love them. The papers are by K & Company.

The greeting & stems were created in Craft Artist 2 Professional, and I coloured the text to match the paper.

As you can see, they certainly don't lie flat so this presented another opportunity - this time, to use my new metric Scor-Pal, which I've wanted for ages & treated myself to at the NEC the other week. I adapted a box design which I found on the web and created a custom made box to present the card in.

Papers: K-ology Addison, code 628052


  1. Oh my!
    What fabulous flowers!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  2. Brilliant use of designer papers

  3. these flowers are fab, I want to make them too. Beautiful yet simple card.


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