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Thursday, 31 March 2011

Second Post of the Day!




Evening All,

Well as Promised I have got another couple of things to bring you this evening, but decided to get them posted tonight as tomorrow will be a hectic day and I will definitely not get time to do it and then I will miss the cut o
f time for some challenges!

So let me get on with it:

Me and my LO wanted to make something for her "Scottish Granny" for Mothers Day which is on Sunday. Well I'll just quickly tell you she has three Grans, but because two live in South Africa as we were originally from there, she has now got an adopted Scottish Granny, which is a very lovely lady which was our neighbour for 6 years but we had to move a year a go, but she still goes to see her very often and she calls her Granny Pam.

So this is what we made her:








  • Materials Needed:
  • Large Daisy Punch/Die
  • Small flower punch for centre
  • 1 inch circle punch
  • Some coloured glitter card or glitter foam
  • Skewer sticks
  • 1 empty toilet roll
  • patterned paper
  • Tacky Glue
  • ink/promarkers
  • Embellishment to decorate to taste
Punch your flower shapes and circles from different colours of card and assemble to taste. You can even buy finished flowers if you don't have all the punches needed to do this.



I assembled all my flowers, then I coloured my skewer sticks with using a promarker and tied the thread around. I just pasted double sided tape across the sticks as I found this was quicker but you can use glue as well, but this will take much longer to dry.

Lastly I made the Flower pot to sit them in.
I just covered my toilet roll using some patterned paper and added the mesh and the bow and one of the extra flowers I made. I cut a circle from matching card little bit bigger than the toilet roll for a base which I glued on with some glue and then I added all the pearls around to make it look pretty.

Well, I hope you like this. Hopefully I'll get some time later to make a full tutorial!

I am entering this into the following challenges:


Thank You for everyone who took time to stop by my blog.
Hope you all found it inspirational. Thank you for everyone who takes time to leave me a comment, just know it is very much appreciated.


18 comments:

  1. Fabulous flowers! Very pretty. Thanks for playing with us at GingerLoft challenges! :) Gale

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  2. Wow!!Wow!! They are terrific!! I love all the flowers!
    Thanks for sharing it at FTC. ~~hugs~darling Ho~~

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  3. What a lovely flower punch! They are really long lasting! :o) Thank you for joining us at Fairy Tale Challenge! xx Bianca

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  4. What a wonderful project. Thank you for joining us at Incy Wincy.

    Nikki F x

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  5. This is gorgeous! Fab idea might have to have a play!! lol

    Thank you for sharing with us at CES Challenge this week, good luck!
    hugs shell xx

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  6. Fantastic project, Kobie! Brilliant, the flowers are gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at Cupcake Craft Challenges and good luck! Delphine xx

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  7. Hi Kobie, what a gorgeous creation. I love the flowers and the colours you've used. Definitely a gift any mum would be delighted to receive. Thanks for joining in with my challenge over at cupcake craft challenge this week. Hugs, Denise x

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  8. Fabulous project.
    Thanks for playing along with us at Allsorts this week.
    Good luck.
    Debs xx

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  9. An absolutely gorgeous gift - scottish granny will be delighted!! thanks for joining us at CES this week! Sheena xx

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  10. Great flowers!
    Thanks for joining our sparkly challenge at Cooking It Up With Katie :)

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  11. what a fab project, I am sure it will be much loved.Goodluck at Charisma this week.

    clare x

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  12. I love this, And all the work you have put in to this. Thanks for joining us at Cooking it up whit Katie this week

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  13. love your flowers, they are stunning.
    thanks for playing with us at Cooking It UP With Katie.

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  14. What a lovely project for a Mum! Thanks for joining in with us at Paper Play this week. I have a Magnolia stamp candy on my blog if you are interested :)
    Alicia xx

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  15. Gorgeous work. Thanks for joining us this week at CCC.

    Liza x

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  16. LOVE these flowers!!!! They're so pretty!!!! Thanks for playing along with us at PTT this week!

    ~Ashley
    PTT DT

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  17. a lovely little bunch here, and ORANGE! yay! fabby job with the glitter challenge at Charisma - thanks for playing!

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Thank You so much for each and everyone that takes time to leave me a comment! Know that I always love reading them and appreciate each one of them! Hugs Kobie xxx