So we are having a mini blog hop to promote ideas and inspiration using these gorgeous dies.
Last week I made a Christmas wreath using Susan’s Garden dies. Video Post available here!
I also used Gorgeous Gift Boxes die setbot die sets are great to create projects for any occasion but when using Susan’s Garden Club dies you can also make crafts projects in any size.
You can also cut a wide variety of material and use the dies to make jewelry, hairpins, to embellish sewing projects cutting felt or fabric and even leather… the sky is the limit!
They are super versatile!
To make this flower I only needed 11 die cuts. Sound like a loy but I only needed to run my die cutting machine 3 times to get 8 floral die cuts and 3 leaves.
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So Susan’s Garden dies are designed to create the most realist flowers in the papercraft industry but they can be used in many different ways for any kind of crafts.
The dies will cut paper, vellum, felt, leather, fabric, thin chipboard. You might need to use a metal shim with cotton fabrics or thicker materials.
What Paper Can I Use?
In my opinion, the thinner the paper the better but anything under 240 grams will work.
Craft Perfect Cardstock is 216 grams and it is ok for flower making.
You can use any other paper you might have to create less realistic flowers but still very pretty.
- Tonic Studios >>> Next in the hop!
- Lou Sims
- Victoria Dalziel
- Keren Barker
- Christine Smith
- Galina Filippenko
- Jen Kray
- Bibi Cameron You are here!
Win a flower making tool bundle ( embossing tools, adhesives, accents, paper, scissors)
For your chance to win leave a comment along the hop.
One happy winner will be chosen from the comments section on the blog hop participants and announced on thehop blog post here on December 9th.
That’s all for today.
I hope you like this project.
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