The possibilities are truly endless in terms of what you can do with these flowers!
You can keep it natural with a little bit of ink on the edges
(I used one flower,cut apart and sprayed with mist, to create all the petals you see in the above pic)
I snipped the edges and used many coats of ink to get this bright yellow bloom
For this funky, striped flower I used double-sided tape as a mask.
I created this flower by spiral cutting a bloom then rolling it into itself. After spraying with glimmer mist, I attached all three layers with 3 in 1 glue.
For this one I layered brown and orange mists for a darker tone on the bottom layer.
This effect was done with a stamp and Staz On ink. Think of all the stamps you have and imagine them on canvas!
For even more texture how about embossing? I ran the flowers through the Cuttlebug then used chalk to make the pattern really stand out. I stuck the pin through the floss on the back of the button and used tacky glue to stick it all together.
You can use just about anything: ink, paint, mist,chalk, Copics etc to colour your flowers so they will be a perfect accent on your cards and layouts.
I made all of these flowers from one sheet which only costs $3.75!
(available at Two Scrapbook Friends)
Let your imagination wander, I would love to see what you come up with!