Hello there from Margie Scherschligt (pearlygirly). When you look at the way I used these Prima Lollipop Fabric Flowers, I have to say that I hope you can see how much I love them. I really love them. There was a time when I went a little crazy for fabric flowers when they came out for us to use on our pages. I bought up a whole bunch and looked at them in their pretty glass jars. Too pretty to use. When I started using them, I went a little crazy with my love for them and put them on everything. A page of my son Peter visiting the fire department, put on a flower on it. My girls playing in the snow, put a flower on it. ;) Of course there were plenty of pages deserving of those flowers, too.
When the big, fabric flowers came out recently, I found myself falling right back into that love of flowers once again. I want to share 3 different ways that I used them for today's blog entry.
I added one of the flowers straight out of the packaging to a little gift box that I had waiting the perfect topper. So quick and easy!
For this little canvas, I removed the center brad and took one of the layers away, adding a patterned paper layer to change the look. The brad was replaced with a button that I sewed onto the flower middle.
The last image shows how I took one flower completely apart and made it into 3 flowers. I love to add like elements to my page in groups of three. These 3 flowers embellished with buttons and hand drawn circles are ready for the perfect zoo layout. haaa....I mean layout with my kids happily playing in the garden.
You can find these flowers in the shopping section of Two Peas here. www.twopeasinabucket.com/shop/68627/