Tuesday, 26 September 2017

For You Both...

Hello crafters!
 Welcome back to another pretty card using some beautiful flowers.
This time I've made very delicate Wedding card .

I used:

Thanks for stopping by today! 
Have a great day!

Monday, 25 September 2017

Celebrate Cards

Hello, everyone!! Lisa here to share a couple of Celebrate cards with you today featuring flowers made with flower making foam and Rosy Owl dies.

For these cards, I used Rosy Owl Flower Making Dies Type 1 to cut the White Flower Making Foam. The petals were colored with Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide. For the centers, I used a mixture of Small Baby Pink Double Head Pearl Stamens and Baby Pink Double Head Pearl Stamens.

I also used Cottage Roses, Hip Rosebuds, Apple Blossoms, Lilies, Mulberry Paper Leaves, Pearl Sprays, and Self Adhesive Pearls.

Some close-ups of the flowers:

Wild Orchid Crafts Flowers Used

Thanks so much for stopping by!!
Have a great day :)

Sunday, 24 September 2017

A Galaxay Lollipop

Hi everyone! Here comes my first post for Wild Orchid Craft! 
I am so excited to be here!!
Thank you so much to Paul who asked me to join! 

I have made a lollipop card for you today. 
Mixing papers and doilies. 
To make a lollipop like this 
you need two paper strips measuring 30,5x5,5 cm. 
Then you fold them at each cm, 
and glue the ends together. 

I have coloured the image from 
Magnolia with Distress Ink, re-inkers. 
Since Star Wars reminds me of my childhood 
I have also added some View Master Reels.

Here is a beautiful English Rose with some 
Vintage Seem Binding underneath. 
The Seem Binding is sprayed with water, 
then curled up, and left to dry.

Some stars cut out from a Magnolia die, 
and with Maja Design papers (Denim and Friends). 

The small Sweetheart Blossoms are so decorative and cute. 

I hope you liked my lollipop.
Thank you so much for visiting the WOC-blog today!

With love,

Here comes a list of the Wild Orchid Craft products 
I have used on my lollipop:

Friday, 22 September 2017

Merry Christmas

Hi everyone! It's me, Cathrine here to show you a Christmas Card. This time I have made a Poinsettia using Foamiran and a Rosy Owl die.

The stamps is from Stempelglede, and the text says Merry Christmas.

I hope you like my card.
Thank you for stopping by!

Love from Cathrine.

Products from Wild Orchid Crafts:

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Snowy Christmas

Hello, crafty friends! It's Karen here with a snowy Christmas inspiration. I used Foamiran for my poinsettia, which has a lovely soft effect... perfect for a peaceful Christmas. :) For a festive pop of red, my poinsettia is centered with a red bead berry spray.♥️
Cascading from either side are babies breath fabric flowers. Their wispiness and pearly elegance make my heart dance! Although the white option is currently out of stock, the pale blue is available and would be stunning for wintry Christmas creations.♥️
I created a ruffly lace snowdrift, lined with my favorite flat-back pearl string, before nestling in a Christmas tree. Self-adhesive pearls were sprinkled atop.♥️
Tucked within my floral arrangement are pearl snowflakes and frosted berries. The sparkling iciness of winter is magical.♥️
Thank you for fluttering on by and I wish you a beautiful day. :)


Wild Orchid Crafts products used:

Monday, 18 September 2017

Foam flowers

Hi, Monika here :)
Today I have for you some of my handmade foamiran flowers.

To make all of flowers I used ivory foam, I inked it with pink and green ink. Smallest flowers are made with white stamens. I also used some ivory pearl bead spray. 

Products used:
Thank you for watching :)
Have a fabulous day!

Saturday, 16 September 2017

Soft shabby card

Hello dear friends, Evgenia Petzer with you today. I have another soft shabby card for you today. I am also playing with the foamiran flowers behind the scenes and in my next post I will share the card with them.
The papers are from Maja design, russian chipboard and Russian dies.
some close ups:

 love these flowers on the wreath, they blend together beautifully.
 some beads, love them here.

Wild Orchid Crafts products used:

Have a lovely weekend!