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CTMH Paper Flowers – A Variety of Ideas

By Helen | June 15, 2010

Have you ever wondered what can you do with CTMH’s Just Blooms Paper Flowers?  Wonder no more!  Follow this blog hop to see great ideas made using these fabulous paper flowers.

There are so many different ways to use the wonderful paper flowers:

  • Use as is
  • Color using chalks, sponge daubers, or reinker fluid
  • Cut apart, reassemble, or use the flower petals
  • Stamp!

Then…for the flower centers – the possibilities are endless!  Buttons, decorative brads, bling, Dimensional Elements, bows and more.

I wanted to show you how beautiful these flowers can be when you stamp on them.  This card uses the Passages papers and the Live Inspired stamp set.  The flower is from the Big Pinks collection.


Now…”hop” on over to my friend Traci’s blog to see what she done with Just Blooms.


Fun Facts about CTMH’s Just Blooms

  • Big Pinks – come in White Daisy & Baby Pink, five sizes (2″, 2.5″, 3.5″ and 4.5″)
  • Spring Blossom – assortment of colors (Tulip, Creme Brulee and Colonial White); 100 pieces including various shaped and sized flowers and butterflies too!  Sized from 0.5″ to 2.5″
  • Summer Posies - absolutely adorable flowers and leaves in fun, yummy summer colors (Bubblegum, Sunny Yellow, Topiary and White Daisy).  Best of all – these are on sale during the Summer Idea Book – save 34% all summer long!
  • White Daisy Variety – for maximum versatility, these flowers can be colored to match any project.  75 flowers in 3 sizes ranging from 1″ to 1.5″.  These are also on sale during the Summer Idea Book with savings of 25% all summer long.


Here’s a list of participants and the projects you’ll find along the way – this is handy reference for you if you want to return to a project to see it again.

Wendy K. Easter Scrapbook Page using Magic Moments
Tracy Oleksak Ballerina Scrapbook Page and Cards
Kristie Herdener Journal Cover using Bella
Lori Brown Horse Sense Scrapbook Layout with Crumpled Flower Technique
Haley Dyer Paper Box using Emporium
Tracey Jean Flower Card using Inked Shaped Flowers
Jenifer Benner Card using Unforgetable
Melinda Everitt Card using Caboodle with Dyed Flwoers
Debra Van Patten Circle Recipe Book
Carol Horton First Communion Layout using Silhouette
Amy Edwards Be Yourself Card using Twitterpated
Helen Onulak Passages Card with Stamped Flower
Traci Law Flower Barrette
Nikka Geers Variety of Projects


Friendly Reminders:

Are you checking out the Jackpot June specials?  LOTS of you are – and not only are you saving big…many of you have hit the Jackpot and have gotten the bonus item FREE!  How exciting!

When you place an order on my website, if you email me, I’ll send you the cutting diagrams and instructions for recreating the artwork I offered as a workshop.

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Topics: blog hop, Cards, Live Inspired C1408, Passages | 10 Comments »

10 Responses to “CTMH Paper Flowers – A Variety of Ideas”

  1. Carol Horton Says:
    June 15th, 2010 at 8:37 am

    Your card looks great. I love stamping on these.

  2. Amy Says:
    June 15th, 2010 at 9:08 am

    Love the card. I talked about stamping on these flowers in my post but left them plain and next up on the list…stamping on the flowers. Adorable. You work is always so lovely Helen thank you for making such adorable projects to look at and admire. :)

  3. June CTMH Product Spotlight Blog Hop – List | My Scrapbooking Blog Says:
    June 15th, 2010 at 10:25 am

    [...] Brown Haley D. Tracey Jean Jenifer Benner Melinda Everitt Debra Van Patten Carol Horton Amy Edwards Helen Onulak Traci Law Nikka [...]

  4. Wendy K. Says:
    June 15th, 2010 at 1:23 pm

    Wow, I had to look for the flower! Love the browns!

  5. nikka geers Says:
    June 15th, 2010 at 2:16 pm

    that stamped flower is beautiful. you always have great ideas

  6. Kristie Says:
    June 15th, 2010 at 2:38 pm

    I just love stamping on flowers — I typically juse use individual stamps on the petals though — I love how you used a full image on your flower! Kristie

  7. Karen Says:
    June 15th, 2010 at 4:48 pm

    Helen, great card! I’ve seen a lot of stamping on flowers, tried it myself too, and rarely like it…I LOVE your example. Now i know what i need to look for in a stamp for this type of project! Thanks for sharing!!!!

  8. Jenifer Benner Says:
    June 15th, 2010 at 5:38 pm

    WOW – who would had think to stamp the flowers! Love them!!

  9. Traci Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 12:36 pm

    I haven’t tried stamping on flowers yet. . . thanks for the idea.

  10. Haley D. Says:
    June 18th, 2010 at 9:05 am

    Very handsome! You made the flower work well with a masculine theme.