Saturday, October 15, 2016

Rose Blossom Blog Hop - Flower Market Layout

Welcome to the Rose Blossom Blog Hop! Come follow Close To My Heart consultants from the Rose Blossom team as we share our creations made using the new Flower Market cartridge!

If you came here from Marg's incredible blog, you are on the right path. If you get lost along the way, come back here and go to the bottom of the page for the blog hop list.

Inspiration: Jen Schow's Die Cut Diversity class - an awesome class on different ways to use die cuts.

Technique: I used various flower images from the Flower Market cartridge to create a diagonal pattern on the page. I cut the flowers at different sizes, but I made sure each flower type was the same color so it was easy to keep track of what I needed to cut.

Make It Pop: To make the flowers stand out, I used the neutral papers from the Uptown Fundamentals - black and white background plus some gold foil accents around the photo area.

You can get the Flower Market cartridge either as a physical cartridge or as a digital collection on my website

Now it's time for you to keep moving on the hop!  Head on over to Cathy's wonderful blog and see her beautiful artwork!

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Anonymous said...

How fun to make so many flowers in a project! Great layout!

Kelly Massman said...


Kristine Porter said...

Hi Morgan! Your layout is simply stunning! Those colors with the black and white just pop! Live the gold accents, too! Nicely done!!

Marg Van Patten said...

Absolutely LOVE how this page works with the b&w background and the colorful flowers actually flowing from one corner down to the other. Very, very nice Morgan! Would love to see this page when you select a photo for it!

Kim Hill said...

How fun! Love the pops of color the flowers bring, and the pattern play is fabulous!

Lynn said...

I LOVE this bold, beautiful layout. I really enjoy seeing your work inspired by your classes. So much fun and I want to check out that class. Great use of all those lovely flower cuts.

Brenda said...

Like Marg, I would really like to see a photo n this page. Great work on your class translated to a creative page!

Mary Newman said...

Super cute Morgan. Love your diagonal flowers winding around your subject photo. The background is perfect as well. Nice work!