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Monday, 12 July 2010

Work Shop with Jane Gill at Cardinal Colours

Jill at Cardinal Colours organised a fantastic days workshops for us with Jane Gill who creates the most beautiful paper flowers.
This is Jane's blog:
Jill's website is:

Here are the flowers we learned to make with a selection of leaves.


The flower below was using a "sunray" punch and was made with white copier paper, coloured with chalks.


The Asiatic lilly looks real.


I really loved making the rose below which is made with a heart shaped punch.


This little flower is very clever and made from tiny hearts


And of course Daisies.


The following one Jane called a fantasy flower.



And a christmas tree made from the same punch as the lilly.


This is a card Jane displayed to show how the tree can look


Jane will be teaching floral punchcraft at Cardinal Colours retreat in Eastbourne in September.
Why not take a look at the website and book your place?
Be quick though as space is getting limited!


6 comments:

Scrappy~Sarah said...

I have yet to blog my treasures from the class. Great to meet you :) Are you at the retreat?? If so see you then :) Thanks for Jill's blog link too

Linda said...

Hi Sarah, good to meet you too IRL :)
Yes, will be at the retreat
x

Lynn said...

Your flowers look lovely, like the way you have photographed them. Still to blog mine too Sarah. Trying to get on with it today. Will be at the retreat too.

Jilly said...

These look fantastic Linda and you have photographed them to great effect. I will post on my blog but as I didn't make any I hope you won't mind if I direct people to your blog.

Linda said...

Jill, delighted to be of use :)
x

Anita said...

These are just so gorgeous Linda, you are all really clever....was really lovely to see you both again on Sat ((hugs))..xxx