Happy Easter! This blog candy is all about flowers.

It contains:

  • Cuttlebug Embossing Folder Birds & Swirls
  • Cuttlebug Embossing Folder Floral Screen
  • Cuttlebug Embossing Folder Floral Fantasy
  • Cuttlebug Embossing Folder Bloom Dots
  • Cuttlebug Embossing Folder Stylized Flowers
  • Our Craft Lounge Clear set: Pretty Petals
  • MFT’s Dienamics matching circle and border die
  • First Edition patterned paper pack Spring Feast

To be entered in the drawing just leave a comment under this post telling me which is your favorite way to create your own flowers. Do you like to roll flowers, layer them? Do you use paper or ribbon? Or if you don’t like creating your own flowers, what is your favorite flower in real life?

Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful Easter Sunday!
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

326 Responses to “Easter Candy”

  1. Hello.
    What a fabulous stash :0)
    My favourite way to make flowers defo layering whether that be stamped and coloured flowers or fussy cut from pp love to layer them.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    Kate x

  2. Happy Easter Beate! I like to crochet flowers. Thanks for the chance to win!

  3. Happy Easter, Beate!

    As for flowers, I mostly layer mine using paper, especially if it is a card that I will be putting in the mail. I also love making them with felt. Pretty.

  4. I love making flowers using punches and spellbinders dies, and my favorite real flowers are Gerbera Daisies! 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win this fabulous prize! You’re such a sweetie! 🙂

  5. I prefer to use punched flowers and layer them. My favorite flower is the rose. Thanks for sharing your time, talents and ideas and for the giveaway.

    scrapbooknut67114 at gmail.com

  6. yo-yo flowers are the only flowers I have tried to make and I love using them http://mscrapping.blogspot.com/2012/02/last-weeks-project.html

    Crossing my fingers I’m the lucky winner 🙂 Those dies have been on my wish list for so long♥ And I know I would love using the other yummies too ♥

    Out for a stroll now to get my little one to sleep. She’s so moody and for me to survive the day she need a nap..

  7. Hi Beate!

    My favourite way to make flowers is by using punches and my favourite flower is the Gerbera….such bright, happy colours.

    Thanks so much for the chance to win your awesome Easter candy.

    Happy Easter!!

  8. Wow, Beate, that is a wonderful give away!!! I love seeing how you colour flowers and want to try a more difficult flower but am chicken! LOL! Those OCL flowers would be a great starting point! I love to make flowers from all sorts of things but die cuts are the easiest and fastest way for me 😉 Thanks for the chance to win!

  9. I love making all kinds of flowers with all kinds of different papers. I think my favorite is cutting/punching out the flower shapes in graduating sizes, scrunching them up and layering them to make the flower. And of course they need some glimmer or glitter to set them off. Happy Easter everyone!! And thank you Beate for your generous Easter basket!

  10. Happy Easter! I generally stamp mine and color them in but LOVE using punched or die flowers too. Thanx for the inspiration and blog candy opp! I’ve got my fingers crossed!
    – sue dot blondin at gmail dot com

  11. I like to use felt and dies to create flowers. Have a Happy Easter and thanks for the great giveaway.

  12. Happy Easter!

    I like the roller flowers, but I can’t made it as pretty as i se on blogs… I need much more practice, lol…
    So really I use punched flowers in paper or felt. And I love also the ribbon roses (http://handcraftedhitchingpost.blogspot.com.es/2010/04/chronicles-of-shoe-obsessed-bride-part_28.html)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  13. Happy Easter My favorite way to make flowers is using punching out flower shapes, running them through an embossing folder and layering the punched out paper shapes. Great blog candy I would love to win, my favorite tool is embossing folders. Keeping my fingers crossed.

  14. I love the embossing folders and the paper is really cute!
    My favorite way of making flowers is using my diecuts and then layering and shaping them. I also like the flowers you make by folding circles and squares into little triangles.

    My favorite flower is the tulip … it is the harbinger of Spring and they just seem to smile at you!

  15. Hi Beate!
    Happy Easter everyone!
    This is a wonderful give away!
    In real life I love tulips. How many colors they may be…
    In scraplife I like to do paperpiecing flower with several layers best of all.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  16. you are part of my morning routine, can’t wait to see what you have created. thanks for sharing. happy easter. jeanine

  17. I have been making the rolled paper roses lately. Love the way they come out!! What a generous blog candy! Thanks for sharing. Happy Easter to you and your family.

  18. I like to make rolled flowers with my sizzix and MFT dies.

  19. Happy Easter to you! i usually layer my flowers, but love the rolled ones.

  20. Yummy candy! Happy Easter!

  21. I like to make flowers using punches then scrunching the paper until the layers separate, smooching and embellishing with rhinestones or pearls. And my favorite real life flower? Well, that is difficult, I like them all………..colors, colors, colors. Pansies, roses, petunias, ranunculus, daisies, poppies, lavendar, azaleas, begonias, oh my!

  22. Hello and Happy Easter!

    This is such a wonderful blog candy – someone is going to be very happy! I love everything in the collection! My favorite flowers are the blooming trees now everywhere here in WI – especially the magnolia, apple and llilac trees – they are beautiful and the scent is lovely! I also love the cut flower arrangements of daisies, tulips, iris, etc. I guess I just love flowers and have great fun creating them all – with layering of different shapes being my favorite! Thank you for this opportunity to win this awesome collection! Wishing you a happy day!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

  23. Right now rolled flowers are my favorite. Happy Easter, and thanks for a chance to win! 🙂

  24. Happy Easter. I love using my dies to create flowers. Thanks for the chance to win.

  25. Happy Easter, Beate!!!! I love making all kinds of flowers, but right now I’m into rolled flowers. Thanks for your wonderful blog. I always get so many great ideas from you. ~Angela xo

  26. I love to make my flowers using various punches and layering them. I use a slightly different punch for each layer. Thanks for the chance to win such a fabulous package of blog candy.

  27. Thanks for the chance to win Beate – what lovely candy! I love to make flowers by stamping and fussy cutting, then stamping more and layering up and curling the petals for a 3D finish. I would love to try some of the ‘rolled flower’ dies that you can get to make apper and felt blooms (they’re on my wish list for now!) Rx

  28. Happy Easter!
    My favorite way to make flowers is to stamp them, cut out (or punch) and add several layers. Thank you for the chance to win the awesome blog candy!

  29. Happy Easter! I like to use my punches and dies to make flowers. in real life I like all flowers that are yellow or white …. here’s a funny fact ……. when I had my son my husband sent me a big bouquet of white and yellow flowers and the nurse brought them in and said they must have forgotten to tint the flowers blue for boy. I said NO, my husband knows me well white and yellow flowers are my favorite.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  30. I LOVE the new paper flower trend and hope it is here to stay. My favorite technique right now is using punches/or dies, spray with water, scrunch, scrunch, dry with heat tool, then mist with a sparkly spritz like Smooch. Attach a pretty brad or glitter button to the middle, add a couple of crimped, scrunched, misted leaves and voila…I am a happy girl! I hope you are having a blessed Easter. Diane

  31. Hi Beate,
    Happy Easter!
    I personally love to make rolled felt flowers. Definitely my preferred method!

  32. Happy Easter Beate!! My favorite way to create flowers at the moment is to cut the paper, dampen it with water and roll them. I’ve seen some done with dress lining that was “heated” with a candle flame that I’d love to try out one of these days. My favorite real flower is the Peony 🙂

  33. Happy Easter, Beate! I just love all of your work and look forward to each of your posts.

    I have made flowers many different ways and I can’t decide which way I like the best. I also use purchased flowers on some of my projects and they are beautiful, too. But my favorite real flower has to be hydrangea. It is a cluster of tiny flowers which, altogether, makes up a large, beautiful blossom.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win! :o)

    Merilee

  34. I love making flowers!!! My favorite one to make is a rolled ribbon flower, so pretty! I also like the rolled paper flowers! 🙂 happy Easter Beate

  35. Happy Easter! I like to use die cut flowers, layer them and try to make each one different. My favorite flower is the rose. Thanks for the opportunity to win the blog candy!

  36. Happy Easter! Bouna Pasqua!

    I love all flowers but my favorite is the daisy. And all white, yellow, or white & yellow flowers! In my card making I mostly use silk flowers (pre-made) or die cuts. Thank you for the chance to win such wonderful candy!!

  37. Beate: What a wonderful offer to all of us crafters who love making flowers. I mostly use dies with many different kinds of paper, layer, glitter, scrunch, etc. I am just starting to learn to roll them and have a Cheery Lynn die and a Spellbinders die to practice with. Those I use on gifts or cards that are hand carried. I love poppies, daisies, roses……to hard to pick a favorite.

  38. J’aime les fleurs. J’aime bien utiliser les perforatrices.
    Merci
    Lilianne

  39. Happy Easter Beate. Really very flowery giveaway. Fingers crossed. I love embossing flowery designs..

  40. I love lillies of the valley because of their fragrance and the fact that they remind me of my mother who passed away . . . my sister and I picked bouquets of them along with violets to give Mom for Mother’s Day. I like to punch out flower shapes and layer them.

  41. My favorite way to make flowers is crochet them with embroidery floss. Happy Easter!

  42. That is hard to say, I love all of the prizes but the paper looks just beautiful and the stamps.
    I love using die cuts or punches to make my flowers and shaping them.
    Thank you for the chance to win you wonderful prize.
    hugs
    Patricia

  43. I love rolled paper flowers and I also crochet flowers. My favorite flower is the peony-so beautiful and fragrant. Thanks for sharing all your great ideas and tutorials. I would love to win the blog candy.

  44. i use punched flowers & layering them I have seen tutorial for others but I havnt got round to trying them my favourit flower is a peony
    A great giveaway thank you for the chance to win

  45. My favourite way of making flowers is with the Spellbinders Creations dies. Just by adding more or less layers can change the way you flower looks. My favourite flower in real life is the Carnation. Thanks for the chance to win these goodies..

  46. I love MFT flower dies; Prima flowers; and daisies!

  47. I would love to have this Candy give away. Beate I really enjoy your tutorials. Keep up the good work. This would make my flower making so much easier. I love making cards and gifts embellished with flowers and giving to others to brighten their day.

  48. My favorite flowers are Tulips. I like making my flowers with layers made from dies and punches. I plan on trying rolled flowers next. Happy Easter.

  49. Happy Easter! I love using dies and layering them!!!

  50. Happy Easter to all,
    I Make paper flowers following Susan Tierney Cockburn instructions.
    Roses and pansies are my favorite flowers.

  51. Thanks for the chance to win!My favorite flower is the rose.

  52. I love using a die to create rolled flowers. My favorite flower is a sunflower. Thanks for a chance to win this fabulous prize.

  53. My usual way of making flowers is with dies that are basically layered sizes. I prefer to keep things flatter. Love your blog and your talent!

  54. what a yummy bunch of Easter candy. my favorite way to make flowers is to punch them. i am not nimble with my fingers and am like a 5 year old with paste all over my fingers. so punching works for me. in real life i think i like lillies of the valley best. brings back childhood memories. thanks for the chance to win.

  55. Happy Easter Beate to you and your family.
    What lovely Candy!
    I really love to craft with all types of flowers; I do however especially like the ones you can layer and perhaps stencil with colours. I also colour paper with Prismacolor pencils/Gamsol etc that make some great effects then cut out shapes to make flowers with.
    My favourite flower is the Lily – the fragrance and freshness just makes me smile.

  56. I recently made some paper flowers out of coffee filters dyed with Ranger distress inks – I cut out layers of the filters using a scallop die, colored them and scrunched them. I love how they looked, so I think I will make some more like that! Thanks for the chance to win, and Happy Easter!

  57. Happy Easter Beate……… I like to die cut and layer my flowers, but have also done some with punches and others coffee filter roses too. Just too many ways to make flowers and so little time 🙂

  58. Lately I have been rolling some felt flowers, but have dabbled in punches and layering and other types as well.
    There are so many flowers to like; I can’t choose just one!
    Thanks for the chance.

  59. Happy Easter! I like using punches and die cuts to layer flowers. My favorite flower is the daffodil.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  60. Happy Easter to everyone! I am still new to scrapping, and have a lot to learn. This wonderful blog candy would be so much fun! My favorite flowers are peonies in real life or for scrapping!

  61. I like creating flowers using the Spellbinder dies.

  62. I save paper towels that I use to clean my craft sheet. Sprays make very colorful towels! Take the dry towels and run them through a die – like Tattered Florals from Tim Holts. beauteous!

  63. Happy Easter Beate, I’m afraid I’m not much into making my own flowers but my favourite real one is the Iris – that was my mother’s name so I have lovely associations with them 🙂

  64. I love flowers! But I have not tried rolling them. I either use stamps and color them or I have some beautiful 3D K&Co stickers with flowers. My favorite real life flowers are lilacs

    What beautiful candy !!

  65. I would love to win these WONDERFUL items! Please enter my name in the drawing and thank you!

  66. love making flowers from felt and my favorite flower is the calla lily I love it =).Thanks for the chance to win

  67. I normally use punches and diecuts to create my flowers. Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

  68. Hi, please enter me for your blog candy. I like to either punch or diecut my flowers and use a stylus to shape them and then layer, using paper. one time I did make them from satin using the th sizzix flower die and used the heat gun to melt and curl the edges on a couple cards. thanks for a chance to win some awesome eye candy!!

  69. I love to make flowers and usually layer them and use my flower tools to roll all the edges
    What a great giveaway and i thank you for a chance to win.
    Happy Easter

  70. Happy Easter! I make my flowers by using a big, flat, four leaf flower and putting a big button on top of it. I then use a bit twine to make a bow… Somtimes on the sides there are also small papper flowers.

    Have a nice weekend!

    Evy

  71. Happy Easter, dear Beate!
    What a great candy… 🙂
    Hugs and smiles Sibylle

  72. Hello happy day

    I enyoy to make flower with a puch, and I love paper with flowers desing, thanks
    A lot for this candy, my favorite flower is hydragea. Thank you, god bless.

  73. The best for me is using text weight paper, cut them with a die but, soften them with an embossing tool and then layer them. I have a few different flowers I make, so depends which die I use. Usually turn out pretty well. Had a good teacher. Edna

  74. My favorite flowers are hydrangea. I havent made any paper flowers yet. I tend to keep my cards flat and envelope ready. Thanks for the great give a way!

  75. I tend to make the ones that you wet and scrunch up. In the end they look like roses or buds. Honestly though I will buy then before I make them, less mess and time.

    Happy Easter to you and your family!

  76. I like to stamp flowers, then watercolour or pencil crayon them.

  77. Right now, I love the “Mixed Bunch” set from Stampin’ Up! and the coordinating punch to make flowers.

  78. I’d love to make my own flowers but I’m not very good at it. My favorite in real life would be either pansies or gladiolas. Thanks for the chance. Happy Easter!

  79. oh god this is a fun question to answer! I am always making my own flowers and I absolutely love making the layered ones, petal by petal.. both by fabric and paper. There are just SO many possibilities with the individual petals one, just change your embossing technique and you could end up with a totally different type of flower!

  80. Hi Beate! I love making flowers in every way possible. I am always trying new ways to make them. I have even begun to some quilling. What a great way to use up those skinny strips of paper left over. You are such an inspiration to all of us! Thanks for the offering the blog candy!

  81. My favorite way is to layer my flowers, I haven’t tried the rolled flowers yet. In real life I love roses and lilacs. Thank you for the chance to win some blog candy.

  82. HAPPY EASTER! Have a blessed day! Personally, I Iike to layer flowers. The rolled ones are beautiful, but I have not really been able to make them look like that, so I like to do the layered ones. My fav flower in real like is the rose, and especially the ones that are varigated in color! WOW!

  83. I like to make flowers from paper and not to big, because they have to fit in my scrapbook.
    And I like variation, so I do not have a favorite way.

  84. Happy Easter to you Beate!!! My favorite way to make flowers is to layer punches and then ink the edges. I prefer a lower profile flower for scrapping and more dimension for card making. Love rolled paper flowers for cards! Whatever I do, I always ink!

  85. My favourite way to make flowers has always been c/s or coffee-filter layers w/edges sponged; lately I am addicted to cutting pretty filigree flowers with my Cameo! Thanks for the chance to win a great stash, Beate!

  86. I like layering paper flowers using diecuts, My favorite flower is carnations…I love the smell of clove-scented ones and loved growing them too. Thanks for the chance to win the wonder candy. Happy Easter!

  87. I love to use flowers on everything! I often use Prima flowers or silk flowers, but when I make my own I like to use die cut or punched flower shapes with a big brad in the middle. Oh yes, and I often add glitter or a rhinestone just for fun!

  88. I like to make flowers by punching or die cutting paper and layering them. Thanks for the chance to win.

  89. Happy Easter Beate,

    Amazing blog candy! As for what is my favorite flower ….. I have never met a flower I did not like but my favorite at the moment seem to be stacked flowers. I do try to make a lot of rolled flowers as well since they can be larger and more of a focal point. Lately I have been creating flowers out of felt and ribbon. Having fun experimenting,

    Joann

  90. Just found your site, thank goodness!!!!
    I like to make flowers using punches!

    Willy

  91. Thanks for this amazing giveaway. I love using flowers on cards especially, and my favorite way is with die cuts that I layer and stamp on.

  92. Hi Beaty,
    Happy Resurrection Day! I love to make flowers. Lately, I have been making them with clay. Yesterday, I made fabric flowers. I also love to make rolled flowers with felt and paper. Thank you for you very informative blog and opportunity to win some goodies. I love all your creations.
    God bless,
    Peggy

  93. I just love lilacs. I love the way they smell and also all the different shades of the flower,

  94. Happy Joyous Easter!!!! I enjoy making flowers with a punch and dies. I am a lazy type of flower maker. Tools are my friends.

  95. Happy Easter to you and your family Beate! Wishing all of you a wonderful day. As to what kind of flowers I like to make, I like to experiment with all of them, rolled, layered, sewn. And my favorite flowers are lavender, lilac and pansies. I love anything in the purple family, but I really love the scent of lavender and lilacs!

    Elaine Allen

  96. Happy Easter! My favorite flower is the pansy, but really, I’ve never met a flower I didn’t love. I prefer to stamp and color flowers for cards or sew them out on my embroidery machine and then glue them to a card.

  97. Hi Beate, hope you’re enjoying the Easter holiday. Thank you for offering us another wonderful candy prize.
    I think I’ve made flowers in every way possible, fabric, crochet, ribbon, card and paper. But I always seem to come back to paper ones. I love to make rolled roses and layered ones with papers to match the DP’s of my card x

  98. hallo beate,
    ostergrüße aus good old germany.
    das ist ja ein super blogcandy. zu deiner frage: mit blumen habe ich es nicht so und wenn, dann nehme ich gerne prima-blumen, die sehen so täuschend echt aus.
    ja, und falls mich das große los treffen sollte, unsere tochter lebt z.zt. in den staaten.
    liebe grüße
    Conny

  99. Thanks for more wonderful blog candy. I love to make layered paper flowers so that I can match the dp on the card. Paper flowers can also be glittered, spritzed with Glimmer Mist etc depending on the occaision for the card.

  100. I just use flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts or make them with SU punches.
    My favorite: the daffodil as it heralds Spring.
    Peace, Becky Johnson

  101. Happy Easter Beate! Happy Birthday tomorrow, I hope you have a wonderful day! Your birthday is 2 days before mine…we’re both Aires! Great blog candy, thanks for the chance, my favorite flowers are Tulips & my daughter bought me some for Easter…she’s such a sweet thoughtful kid, I taught her well!!!

  102. Gasp! what an awesome prize!!

    I love, love, love flower of all kinds – crochet, rolled, punched, premade, but my favorite would have to be a layered flower.

    Thanks much
    Joyce M

  103. I make flowers several ways, some are done with punches and layered, some with dies, I haven’t made one of the rolled flowers , don’t have that die. On my Easter cards I used Memory Box die tulips. love that flower. Cuttle bug folders are my favorite, I love them for so many ideas,for background. What ever I have, flowers add beauty and special touches, with them both…. this is a gorgeous blog candy for that response. ….thanks for the opportunity to share.

  104. Happy Easter to you and your family Beate. Thanks for this marvellous giveaway!
    I like to make layered flowers. I love roses (among so many other flowers.)

  105. LOVELY! Flowers, spring, Easter….a wonderful time of year isn’t it?
    Happy Easter to you and your loved ones. xxx

  106. Love your blog and beautiful cards. Happy Easter and thanks for the chance at the blog candy!!!!!!

  107. Great Candy give away. Love listening to you on your tutorials, your voice is very soothing. Happy Easter to you and your family.

  108. I like using card stock to make my flowers. I roll them and mist them any glitzy! I love all the Prima flowers out on the market. One of my all time fav flowers is the calla lilly. Thanks for a chance to win some really nice blog candy. Happy Easter!

  109. Happy Easter! wow what awesome blog candy! Thanks for the chance to win. I love all flowers. I think if I would have to pick a favorite one it would be. daffidoli yes very common but it is bright and cheery, just seems to say hello. on my cards I layer my flowers out of paper so they can be mailed. On scrappages I love the rolled flowers or if I am hand delivering a card. however I love to have a folder embossed layer on all cards.

  110. Wow, there are so many ways to make flowers, how can I name just one, but what I like most is rolled flowers, they turn out different look, shape, size, full bloom, bud. All depend on the way you press, roll, squeeze, swiz, crush, they are always blooming. In real life, I like roses. Can’t wait to play with your Easter blog candy. Thanks for the chance to win.

  111. Hi Beate, I love to make flowers by punching out Designer Paper (Stampin’ UP) scallop circles or flower punches, wetting them, then folding in half several times. I then scrunch it up a bit more, then unfold and let it dry. I think this makes a beautiful distressed or vintage flower look. I add a punched circle or brad in the center. Thanks for the chance to win some “candy” today.

  112. I like to construct flowers by paper piecing. My favorit flower is a rose.

  113. I personally like to use different techniques of making my flowers. I roll them, I also use ribbons and sometimes even stamps to color them as well. My favorite flowers are roses both to work with and make as well as my personal favorite to be given to.
    God Bless 🙂

  114. Wow, what great candy! My favorite hand-made flowers are made with paper. I love being able to get different looks by stamping on, coloring, scrunching, misting, separating the paper. Or not! So many fun choices 🙂

  115. I love the folders and making flower this is just great candy. Thanks

  116. I love Iris flowers. Beautiful delicate and amazing. I have only made layered flowers but I want to try and make rolled flowers.
    Love your blog and all the amazing projects.

  117. I love stamping flowers then coloring. I’m a sucker for flower stamps. Thanks for the chance to win.

  118. I love to create flowers using dies and then scrunching up the paper pieces and putting them together. I just love how it makes them so much more dimensional. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

  119. I recently got some flower punches and some dies to make rolled flowers, so I’m just learning, but I can tell already I love the dimension of the rolled ones. I love bouquets with all kinds of lowers together best, but for a single flower, Gerbera Daisies and Lilacs are great stand-alones. A single pink Gerbera Daisy… happy, colorful, simple and perfect. =) Happy Easter, Beate, and thanks for a chance to win some fabulous goodies! ~Christy

  120. Hi I’m from Chile and I love your blog, I follow it every day and I’ve been trying to do what you do, but is hard when you don’t have enogh materials.
    … I love the tulips and cherry blossoms, I love japanisse pictures of them, I would like to see something about it in your blog, …

    kisses
    Francisca Suzuki

  121. my favorite flower is the gerbera daisy!

  122. My favorite flower to create are daisies. I love layering them using my using my Cricut.Love creating dimension to my work. thank you for the opportunity to enter this give away. Dena

  123. I love the cuttlebug folders, and I don’t often use flowers other than images on my cards.

  124. I think layering is my favorite way, though I don’t do it often enough. I was proud of myself for a grungeboard rose I made once. My favorite real flowers are daffodil and iris.

  125. Hello–I typically use flowers already made or ones that I punch out.

  126. Happy Easter Beate and family.. I hope you had a blessed day.

    I have tried making flowers in the past and wasn’t liking them too much.. I should try again because they are so pretty on cards.

    My favorite flower in real life… the most beautiful flower I even seen was when we were stationed at Ft. Hood, TX and seeing all the Bluebonnets along the highway.. so beautiful.

    thanks for the opportunity to win this awesome prize.

    blessings ~ Pam

  127. Beate,

    what a fun stash – thanks so much for sharing. i think my favorite flowers are stamped and then die-cut, usually Spellbinders, or die-cut and shaped from patterned paper.

  128. Happy, happy Easter my friend!! I hope you have a very blessed and happy day with your family!! I love making my own flowers, either with Spellbinders dies (I love using felt!!) or the Cricut Flower Shoppe cartridge!! Flowers may be my favorite embellishment 🙂 Thanks fore the chance at an awesome giveaway 🙂

    Lisa
    A Mermaid’s Crafts

  129. Happy Easter! I love your blog and I usually make flowers with a punch or die out of paper. I would like to try making some with felt or fabric though. Thanks for the chance to win Easter Candy!

  130. Happy Easter dear…

    I love flowers, and I started making some flowers last summer. Depending the project I use prima flowers or home made ones.

    Thanks for the chance to win this huge giveaway.

    Hugs from Brazil.

  131. I love to make flowers by using punches with old paper, like dictionary pages or similar. I love the effect of the wording on the petals and layering them with a button in the centre. In real life my favourite flowers would be sweet peas, for their divine scent.

    I would LOVE to win this blog candy, but regardless of whether I do or not, I love following your emails and your tutorials. Thanks for all the time you put in to sharing you skills and creations.

    Therese

  132. I’ve made many flowers, but my favorite was when I made them out of ribbons and wore them on my wedding dress.

  133. I love flowers! I like paper and fabric flowers…. I love to watch video on how to make them, but when I’m ready to make them I get confused…… end up buying them done!

    Favorite flowers…..I can’t say I have a favorite flower….. is easier fro me to say which flower I don’t like. :o)

  134. My favorite flower is the baby pink rose…I’ve created flowers with punches, I’ve also created quilled flowers of all kinds, daisies, roses etc…I’ve crocheted flowers also, I’ve cut spirals by hand and made handmade roses…I love all kinds of flowers as they do so much to embellish a project…thank you for giving us the chance to win…hugs…
    Denise trottier

  135. Hope you had a blessed Easter with your family!
    The only way I’ve made flowers is to punch or die cut several of the same shape, mist with water, scrunch, and then layer. They always turn out cute, but I’m needing to branch out and attempt other ways. I’ve been wanting to attempt making flower with ribbon.
    Thank you so much for offering such fantastic blog candy! You’re sooooo generous!

  136. I love flowers! I don’t have any good dies so I mainly stamp and cut them out! Thanks for a chance to win, my favorite flower is the iris. Happy Easyer!

  137. Happy Easter Beate. I only make flowers for cards and that doesn’t happen that often. I layer punches because I haven’t mastered the rolled flowers yet.

  138. Happy Easter Beate!
    I love making flowers. Every couple of months or so I have a new favourite way of making them. Currently, I love using border punches and designer paper to create rolled flowers.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  139. Happy Easter!
    I love making flowers using both paper and ribbon. Depending on my mood, I would either roll flowers or layer them.

    thanks for the candy!
    hugs,
    Stephanie

  140. My favorite flower style is layering them. This method creates endless possibilities.
    Diane

  141. Happy Easter Beate!
    My favorite flowers in real life – roses and clematis. The postcards I do handmade flowers from of corded ribbon, paper roses and hydrangeas, flowers of cherry I also really like , and the roses in the technique of квиллинг. Embossed floral pattern, too, like on other people’s work, did not try to do… Very tasty candy! Register perhaps 🙂

  142. Ahh, flowers, my favorite, I love making my own, what I can do so far anyway, Still learning, and as far as my favorite live flowers, I love so many, but this time of the year, I have to say I love my Calla lilies, they are just so elegant looking to me. I have made a few of those in paper, but just not happy with the results yet, but i have not given up . I like using the punch bunch punches and making my own, and using other various dies, right now there is one flower from a Marianne die that I like using, I punch out the flowers, mist them with water, shape them around something circular (the petals), then heat dry them to get them to hold what shape I like, then color them with what ever venue I like, and use Brads or glue to hold them together, as each flower usually has at least 5-7 layers, and also vary my stamens to get different type looks, sometimes I also use PP, to vary my results, and also Vellum. I just keep experimenting. Making flowers is one of my favorite hobbies, roses, carnations, pansies,and I try to learn all types from many different sources of media, Blogs, You tube, there is a WEALTH of information out there, it is just supplies I usually run out of, and I try and use EVERYTHING, coffee filters, cupcake paper liners, books, always trying to think outside the box, and I don’t just used flower dies, something other dies work well too, some border dies make lovely flowers. .

    Thanks much Beate for the chance at this lovely candy, it would gladly help me in my flower making!!!
    hugs
    Donna

  143. Hi Beate! Hope u & family had wonderful Easter. Just visited your blog and saw that blog candy..WOW! I am in love with making flowers. I punch layers or die cut them. I sponge the edges and sometimes rubber stamp an image on the layers. After layering them, I love crumbling up the petals to give them an edgy type design. I add an interesting center like Tim Holtz’ hitch fastener and attach a swivel chain that hangs from the middle.
    Thanks for the chance to win some Easter candy. Maybe the Easter Bunny can visit me!

  144. I love flower stamps but can’t wait to try making some rolled felt flowers! Right now my favorite flowers are the tiny forget-me-nots blooming underneath the beautiful magnolia tree in my aunt’s yard. This will be the last year to enjoy them…I’m here to clear her house and ready it for sale.

    Thanks for the chance to win your awesome blog candy!

  145. I have only ever made flowers out of beads, or from stamped images. It’s time for me to learn to make paper flowers too! Back to the video tutorials I go… thanks, Beate!

  146. My favorite flower are the ones made from scallop circles cut from tissue paper and then bunched up.

  147. I’ve been loving these rolled roses from MFT’s and the new Donna Salazar by Spellbinders. Thanks for the chance to win blog candy

  148. I must admit I take the easy way of making flowers by using die cute. My favourite one is one of PTI nesting trio which is the one I grab lately even though I have others. 🙂

    Thanks for the chance to win that awesome blog candy and all those inspiring cards you keep on sharing

  149. I love to make the rolled flowers, and the dies that are available nowadays make it so much fun. Certainly more economical than buying ready made flowers. I’m starting to use felt and it’s pretty fun. I love flowers, and they always make me smile and instantly cheered. Have a lovely day, Beate! {hugs}

  150. Fab candy!!! I like the way rolled flowers look, but they are usually too tall for a card, so I prefer layered flowers instead. Thanks for the chance to win!

  151. Hi Beate,
    I like flowers on cards but I am rubbish at creating realistic ones – I usually use made ones or die cute some layer them up and try to give them some dimension. Rolled flowers always look lovely but would not survive the UK post bags!
    Thanks for the chance of winning.

  152. I like to die cut my flowers then add some color on the edges. My favorite flower is a violet, because of the color and the scent. I just love your cards, you inspire me to greater things everyday. Thanks again for sharing.

  153. My favorite way is to take already made paper flowers and sprigs or ink them. I also like to paint on them. My favorite real flower is the bluebonnet. Driving through the hills of Texas and seeing them in the pastures is gorgeous. You have a Happy Easter.

  154. Hi,
    I like to mix flowers..silk, mulberry paper and even the small fimo ones that I make myself. My favourite die at the moment,(and that is this very moment…the next moment it will be something else hee!), is the die namics prima donna petals.
    Thank you for giving us the chance to win your lovely prize.
    Happy Easter to all.

  155. I love flowers but since I have 2 black thumbs!LOL! I like to stamp and layer them with dimensionals so they look more real. I love all the flowers all the ladies put up on their blogs from their gardens. Happy Monday! ***** Vicki

  156. What a lovely gift! … I love to make any sort of flower .. fabric, rolled , punched … I love to try all different ways … have a lovely day

  157. wow, what great blog candy! I love making layered flowers, mostly die cutting and shaping with a stylus. i havent tried the rolled ones yet, too chicken. have a great week, hugs candy

  158. Liebe Beate
    Habe nicht alles gelesen und so kam auch nicht die rechte Antwort. Wir haben unzählige Rosen nach der Technik gemacht, die Du uns vorgestellt hast. Und wir lieben es am meisten Rosen mit Grungepaper zu fertigen. Meine Lieblingsblumen waren früher Tulpen, jetzt sind es Rosen. Frohe Ostertage wünsche ich von ganzem Herzen. Mit einer Umarmung und grosser Dankbarkeit. Sibylle x

  159. I love this blog candy Beate but I am never lucky
    I try !
    thank very much for this chance
    hugs

  160. To be honest, I do not like getting too dimensional with my flowers because it turns into more trips to the PO for shipping. I like to Keep them at an extra layer that is popped. Rolled flowers, however gorgeous, work better on a 3D project for me. My favorite flower has changed over the last couple years, and is now the Orchid. I have started having great luck growing them! Thanks for the entry.

  161. Happy Easter Beate,
    As I mail most of my cards I usually use layered punched flowers or pre-made ones. When I don’t need to mail I like the rolled flowers and the scallop punch technique. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Regards from Western Australia, Michelle

  162. Wow, what great blog candy!!!! I like just about any way of making flowers, but I if I had to pick a favorite I would have to say punched flowers out of velum. With a little scoring down the petals and layering then adding a pearl they make such a pretty flower. Thanks for your generosity.

  163. Happy Easter to you too. I love flowers in every way…I make my flowers using stamping and layering, or with die cute. Thanks for sharing this flowery sweetness.

  164. Beate – Thank you for the “fat free” Easter candy. I love stamping flowers and using stickles on them and I also love punching and layering. My favorite all time flowers are Gerbera Daisies.

  165. Lately I’ve been crocheting flowers! 🙂 I like tulips and daisies!
    Thanks for this great giveaway!

  166. Happy Easter! The way I make most of my flowers is using papers with die cuts and layering. But I love the look of rolled flowers. Thanks for the chance to win.

  167. Oh, what a great giveaway!!! I LOVE flowers made any way, but especially with die cuts, and then shabby them up! I also love putting seeds in a pot and growing them and then giving them as gifts with a flower tag attached:) Thank you!

  168. I love to stamp and punch flowers. I love them on paper too. Thanks for the chance to learn something new!

  169. My fav is probably layering, as I don’t really like all the bulk when mailing. Use my dies all the time. What a generous giveaway- Thanks so much!

  170. I like to make my own flowers and my favorite are using a Martha Stewart punch. I also like using fabric like crinoline or organza all fun!! Hope you had a great Easter with your family.

  171. Rolled flowers are the cutest and so am on a kick making and using them. My favorite flower of all time is the beautiful blue Iris. Thoughts of em make me smile 🙂
    Thank you!

  172. I like to make my flowers from all kinds of paper – different colors, designs and textures. I have just started to experiment with ribbons too. Thanks for all your inspiration!!!

  173. Happy Easter Beate. Mostly layering but having been rolling lately. I love flowers.

  174. Hi Beate!! Such fabulous candy! Thanks for the great opportunity! My favorite embellishment flowers are any type of rolled flower. They simply make me swoon! hehehe! Hope you had a great weekend!

    Crafty Hugs!
    Meredith

  175. I have to say I tend to layer with paper more often than any other method of making flowers. In real life, I love tulips….they mirror my clean and simple style of cardmaking and there are many, many colors.

  176. My favorite is to use die cuts and layer the flowers with a gem or brad in the middle.

  177. Love to layer flowers. Some paper. Some netting or tulle. Painting dryer sheets. Whatever gets me the effect I am going for.

  178. Super duper candy Beate! I love creating shabby chic flowers by cutting them out, screwing them up, then rolling them – a great way to get rid of stress!

  179. I LOVE using the Spellbinders flower dies! The flowers are SO easy to make and always turn out beautiful!

  180. As a serious gardener I love all kinds of flowers, both natural and man made. I love to make flowers out of silk ribbon. It is amazing how real they can look some times. Thanks for an opportunity to win.
    Cheers.

  181. Rolled flowers or die-cut layered flowers are my favorites, but I love making flowers and have tried nearly every technique for making them that I have come across. You are so generous to offer such goodies to one lucky winner…fingers crossed that it will be me.

  182. Paper flowers from dies and/or punches would be my favourite way to create them, Beate…especially when you use a stylus to give them dimension and then layering them. Using felt and Spellbinder dies is another favourite of mine.

  183. happy Easter! What a wonderful candy – I like to cut out and roll my own paperflowers, sometimes I use dies to create them or layer punched flowers – whatever fits the project best

  184. Flowers are my favourite, so if I could roll them, crochet them, punch them out, pile them on top of each other….I’m a happy girl 🙂 thanks so much for the chance to win!!!! What a fabulous assortment of candy ~ would love to play with this! Enjoy your day and Happy Easter!

  185. Thank you Beate for sharing this fantastic selection of goodies. I usually use punches for my flowers and layer them. Sometimes I emboss before I use the punch. Have a great day!

  186. I like to layer and roll flowers for dimension. But I LOVE to stamp with outline images and watercolor them.

  187. I really like the punched flowers, and my favorite flower is the violet. My boys would go out and pick a bouquet for me. I just loved it.

  188. One favourite flower? Impossible! Flowers in general are my favourite! Maybe Gerbs. Loving Flourishes Calla Lily and Magnolias stamp. I’ve made some rolled ribbon flowers where you use a candle to curl the edges and I think that’s my favourite flower to make. Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful stash!

  189. I love all flowers but usually use layers of punched paper and scrunch different layers together.Roses are my favorites to make and receive!!!!.Thanks for the great candy and chance to win.Happy Easter.

  190. Of the flowers I have made, I used a paper punch. I like several variety of flowers but my fav is hydrangeas.

  191. What a great giveaway. I love making all sorts of flowers, from paper, ribbon, metal etc, I am willing to give anything a go. Debbie

  192. My favorite flower of all time is the iris…but I haven’t figured out a way to make them very easily for a card. So I guess my favorite to make is to punch many layers of tissue paper (like red or pink) from the scallop circle punch, secure them together with a pretty brad, and them scrunch them up individually.

  193. I don’t use too many dimensional flowers due to postage, but when I do, I love to just use two sided paper and roll them. Thanks for a chance to win! Hugs…

  194. Happy Easter and thanks for a chance to win such wonderful goodies! Right now I’m layering punched cardstock to create flowers. I haven’t gotten the hang of the rolled flowers although I just ordered Bitty Blossoms to give it a try. My favorite flowers are anything yellow! Hubby learned that a long time ago. thanks again.

  195. My favorite way to make flowers is to use dies. Sponging and layering make all of the difference! Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome package!! I hope you and your family had a nice Easter!

  196. I love projects made with the layered hand made flowers. I’ve not yet had the nerve to make my own to use on my project so I purchase premade one until I do. My favorite real flower/s would have to be daisies and wild violets but I adore wild May flowers, white tulips and white roses plus there is something special about summer with pansies and petunias.

    Diane

  197. Well since I do not have of the new cut and roll dies I usually stamp flowers then cut them and place them on dimensionals. My favorite flower is the iris. Thanks for a chance to win. Linda

  198. Layered paper are the ones I do the most BUT love all flowers!! I do ribbon roses too!

  199. I love to roll flowers. My favorite flower would br star gazer lilies. The scent is wonderful. What a generous load of goodies. Thanks for the chance to win.

  200. as crazy as it sounds, I really love to make zipper flowers. the little teeth give such a fun touch. I find wonderful vintage zippers in area antique stores that have such great age to them. a pearl or rhinestone makes the perfect center, or sometimes a spectacular vintage button. 🙂

  201. I’m trying to teach myself how to make the beautiful flowers everyone is making with the die cuts and stylus tool. Not there yet so I roll flowers with paper. Haven’t figured out the ribbons ones either.

  202. I love to punch several different sizes of same flower shape out of patterned paper. Then I roll each petal under with a skewer. I glue them together and fluff them up.

  203. I hope you and your family had a very blessed Easter. Thanks for offering this great Easter candy. My favourite right now is layering flowers although I’m trying to learn new style of making flowers.

  204. I love the look that layering flowers add to a project, but I am trying to learn other ways. Thanks for all you share with us. I learn so much from you.

  205. I love making my own flowers out of felt and ribbon. I usually roll them. Thanks for a chance to win.

  206. My favorite flower is a gerber daisy and I like to make rolled flowers or ones with my daisy die. Thanks for the chance to win and for everything you share with us.

  207. I love making flowers! Most of mine I make using Heartfelt Creations stamps and dies or Outlines Stamps (they are closing – very sad) with lots of layers. My rolled flowers don’t come out to well, but I keep on trying. Thanks for the chance to win such awesome candy!

  208. Happy Easter Beate (a day late). I love to make layered flowers. I use MS Punches mainly – I think they come out the most realistic. I hope that you had wonderful Easter with your family! Your tutorials have been so helpful – the main reason why I got started just a few months ago. Thanks for the chance to win such a fabulous prize!

  209. What a great stash to win! I make flowers in many different ways but I think I like the looks of stamping Heartfelt Creations flowers and then running them through the die cutting machine. I also like using the different die cuts for the flowers. Also usinsg crinoline, netting, etc. with a die cut flower is b eautiful! There are so many ways to make a beautiful flower!

  210. I usually do a combo of layering and rolling the top layer using paper. On occasion I will do a ribbon rosette. Thanks for the chance to win some Easter Candy.

  211. Oh Wow that is a lot of questions 🙂 I think flowers are my favorite thing to make in cardmaking, I love layering flowers and dimension, I have just started doing the rolled so they may become a favorite, not sure I like my results yet. I use paper with my flowers, trying to think if I have used ribbon before? There is nothing prettier than a farm of sunflowers, just seeing rows of them and how they follow the sun is so cool!

  212. Happy Easter Beate!
    I love using flowers of all types! I am just learning how to roll roses, on of my favorite flowers! Believe me it’s going to take practice to get them just the way I want them, but practice is fun!
    Thanks for the chance to win the awesome blog candy!
    Sue O

  213. Hi Beate! What a sweet giveaway! I love to make my own flowers! I have made them mostly with the layered technique where I punch the flower shape, wet and scrunch them and then layer them together. I am new to this and they are not nearly as pretty as the tutorials but working on it. I have been dying to try some of the rolled flowers, but have not had a chance yet. I have saved every flower tutorial I can get my hands on so I can try them all 🙂 I don’t own any flower dies as of yet, but I am coveting the new spiral flower by SB! My favorite flower in real life, that is a tough one, but I think carnations are probably my favorite – they smell so good and they lost for a long time after being cut 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win this sweet candy!

  214. Happy Easter, Beate!

    My favorite way to do make flowers is to fussy cut or stamp and fussy cut flowers from patterned paper and layer them. I like to add dimension to the petals by burnishing them on a mouse pad with the end of a pen.

    Thanks for the chance to win such generous & beautiful blog candy.

  215. When I’m in a hurry – it’s always punched and layered flowers for me. But when I have time to play I love the look of rolled felt flowers.

  216. I like all the ways of making flowers. Rolling, stamping, die cutting & coloring. Thanks for the chance to win!! Enjoy seeing all the eye candy that you make!! Gives me ideas for cards.

  217. Hi Beate,
    I loooooove making my own flowers. All the flowers over my cards are handmade. It’s the best part of creation. Some times they are rolled, some times I create them with gorgeous punches and die-cuts offered.

    Thanks for the chance to win this amazing candy!!!

  218. my favorite way of making flowers is the rosettes.

  219. I do not use a ton of flowers- currently, I use premade flowers eg Prima….but…I just got a die to cut out and roll the flowers- cannot wait to try this! Wow- another fabulous candy!!! Thank You for a chance to win!!!

  220. I love to layer die cut or punched flowers. I have been using mulberry paper lately since trying to use from my stash. Works nicely as long as the die or punch is sharp enough.

  221. I have used a bunch of premade flowers along with punched out/layered flowers. Lately I have been using alot of rolled flowers on my cards. Another fabulous blog candy! Thanks for the chance to win!

  222. I’ve really been into paper piecing lately with some really nice flower stamps, but I’ve also been known to quill a flower or two (wink). My favourite flowers are just about all of them!!! Hope you had a wonderful Easter Sunday.

  223. I’ve been looking at a lot of flowers and “how-to” pages lately, but just haven’t actually made any paper flowers yet. My only flowers have been punch-outs, but I’m really liking the flowers I see crafters posting online. I’ll have to make some soon – they’re just beautiful! Happy Easter!

  224. LOVE your blog candy! My fav way to make flowers is with a die, and layering the shapes with ScorTape; you can almost smell them, they’re so pretty!

  225. Nice embossing folders! My favorite flower creation is stamping a flower design flat (with leaves) and then adding punched flowers or quilled flowers on top.

  226. Happy, Happy Easter! I am ‘known’ for using flowers on just about anything. I love all kinds and almost always layer them. Scrapbook pages, cards, home decor items, banners and posters~~If I’m the one who made them then they will almost certainly have flowers. lol

  227. I am just now learning how to make flowers from a punch and scissors. I am checking out videos on other ways to make different flowers. I love all the flowers people use on their cards. My favorite flowers are daisies!!!

  228. Dear Beate, I so LOVE your Blog and always appreciate that you share your wonderful talent with all of us. Once again you have a very generous and Beautiful Giveaway for some lucky person.
    At the moment, I am enjoying the Rolled version. I find that they are so Free Flowing and everyone just a little bit different just like real flowers in Nature.. Once again, Thank You so much for sharing….
    CyberHugs,
    Beverley……

  229. I like to layer flowers using many different dies. I hope your Easter was a happy one. Thank you for the chance to win fabulous candy. Much better than the sweet kind you find in most Easter baskets!

  230. Punched and layered!! Thank you for the chance to win blog candy!!

  231. Hello Beate. Thanks for the opportunity to win some wonderful blog candy. Right now my favorite way to make flowers is to stamp and color. I am playing .. I mean learning … to blend with pencil crayons and my goal is to give a stamped flower dimension with shading and blending. My favorite flower is the lilac. Thanks for sharing your creativity and knowledge with us. I have admired your work for a long time.

  232. I love rolled flowers, I have made them out of crepe paper and burlap, LOVE the look!!

  233. Happy Easter!

    I usually layer punches or die cuts to create flowers.

  234. Great Easter Candy. I love making flowers and do all kinds – crocheted flowers, stamped flowers, rolled, punched and layered flowers. Paper flowers, felt flowers, fabric flowers. It would be hard to choose one favorite as I love them all and love using them on my cards and layouts.

  235. Beate – this is such a treat. Thanks for the chance to win….I’ll keep my fingers crossed but I’m way down the totem pole here at #234-hope your easter way great!

    xo
    tina

  236. My best friend taught me how to quill years ago, and they are still my favorite way to make flowers. Thank you for the chance to win!

  237. I love flowers! All flowers! I like rolling, twisting, shaping, punching, layering, coloring, crumpling, designing, stitching, and spritzing, flowers. I can’t say I have a favorite way. I love shabby burlap flowers and rosettes alike. Thanks for the chance to play along.

  238. I love all flowers – paper, ribbon, real! I love layering flowers using paper, ribbon and anything else I can find.

  239. I love punched flowers and also flowers made out of ribbon. I looooveee the tutorial that you did on that and I use that kind of flowers on my cards really often. Thank you for the chance of winning the candy, it is jumy! I hope I am not to late. Happy easter! Hugs! Mojca

  240. Awesome candy! Thanks Beate & Happy Easter.
    My favorite is to punch out the flowers & also create them from punches that aren’t flowers, i.e. the owl punch.

  241. Hi Beate,

    I use Big Shot dies or punches to make my multi-layer flowers. Hope my name gets picked for your wonderful prize.

    Donna

  242. I use a lot of punched flowers on my cards because they mail easily. At Christmas time I couldn’t get the Pointsettia die I wanted so I used Silk ones on my cards, turned out beautiful! My very favorite flowers are lilacs which will soon bloom here in the north central USA.

  243. I use the “mothers day flower” cartridge for the cricut machine that cuts em out on paper, then i layer them to build em up, and use glue dots to attach them to my birthday cards! oh and of course i have to add a rhinestone brad to the middle of the flower as well…BLING BLING BLING!!

    Lisa 😀

  244. I always layer the flowers and my favorite flower is an iris!

  245. I love your blog and your tutorials. I looked at your review for Perfect Layers and loved it so much that I ordered them. As for flowers, my favorites can be found predominately in Japan but also along the banks of the rivers in DC and Philly — cherry blossoms. Next would come Tea roses, peonies, irises, lilacs — so many beautiful flowers, esp the ones you can cut and take in the house to enjoy. … and I find it hard to narrow down crafting flowers, as well.

  246. I love to figure out how to create new flowers from punches and have done classes to motivate others to see their punches in a new way, cutting and layering.

  247. I haven’t made any flowers. However I have a few Dies I haven’t used. My favorite real flower is a hyacinth. They are so fragrant. Thanks for the chance to win.

    PS I love your cards.

  248. My favorite flower is the purple coneflower! I usually just stamp, die cut and pop dot. I am lovin the current trend of rolling and creating a 3D effect! thanks for the opportunity to win.

  249. I don’t make my own flowers, but I do have a favorite, it is the American Beauty Red Rose, my mother used to grow award winning roses in her yard when I was a child, and the American Beauty was alway the prettiest.

  250. I love to make stamped flowers. you can use whatever colour and technique you want to make exactly the flowers you need.

  251. Fabulous giveaway. Love tulips. Just new to crafting and love trying new things.

  252. I love lilacs and hyacinths. They smell so good!

  253. I love to make flower with punchers and dies. I also use rubberstamps, it depends on the project I’m working on. Love this candy hope to win. Thanks

  254. I love flowers of all kind! I love paper flowers with printed papers, especially text. I like coloring plain paper flowers with Copics. I like dies and punches best–I’m not too good with scissors. As for nature’s flowers I love 2-tone roses, peonies, irises, tulips, geraniums and calla lillies–really I love almost every flower there is!

    Thank you for a chance to win! You are so gifted, Beate!

  255. I like to use punches and dies to make flowers with everything from felt to cardstock. I also like to make pins and magnets out of flowers from flattened soda cans that I run through my die cutting machine.

  256. Another great candy giveaway. I’ve been eyeing that doily die for a while. Thanks for the chance to win.

  257. I love to make flowers from ribbon, I have done ribbon embroidery in the past and really do like the
    way it looks…………..but the newer die punches work nicely too. Thanks for the opportunity to win
    this wonderful “candy”.

  258. Wowsers what an amazing candy – you really are spoiling us !
    I adore making my own flowers and there are so many ways to make them – I love to roll felt flowers and also to create shabby distressed/scrunched circles stacked up with brads or buttons. Oooo I am off to makeme some flowers – thanks for the mojo nudge 🙂 and, of course, the chance of winning such a fab candy x
    ((hugs)) Suzie xoxo

  259. Hi Beate,

    I’m not too good at coloring and shading so my favorite way to make flowers is by stamping an image several times and then cutting and layering. Sometimes, I use a piece of material that is printed with flowers and I cut and layer those. Thanks for giving us a chance to get these great items!

  260. Yummy! this looks fabulous!

  261. Beate, my favorite way to make flowers is by layering, but I wish I could color stamped images as well as you–I keep studying your work, watching your tutorials and PRACTICING! Thanks for sharing all the beautiful cards you make and the inspiration. What an awesome give-away!

  262. What beautiful papers! Thank you for . I like to make my flowers paper die cuts! Thanks for the chance to win such lovely floras

  263. I like creating flowers using various punches and layering the petals.

  264. I love making my flowers with dies from all different companies. There are so many unique dies out there that it is fun mixing them up, too. I could put flowers on everything and never be bored!! Thanks for the chance to win all those flower goodies. Yummy!!!
    Shirley L.
    Roseville, CA

  265. Happy Easter one day late, Beate! I love making flowers from my layered dies. I use different papers,ink and stickles…and it is so much fun. I never met a flower I didn’t like. Thanks for the chance to win.

  266. My favorite flowers to make are tulips using the wings from the bird punch they are sooo easy and they look like you have spent hours…and tulips are one on my favorite flowers they are sure sign that winter is over and Spring has arrived

  267. My favourite way of making flowers depends on the day of the week, how ‘creative’ I’m feeling and what type of project I’m working on. If it’s something simple, I’ll use a straightforward flower punch or die and layer it up a few times to make something basic but still interesting. If it’s a more intricate project I will turn to some sort of notion (ribbon, lace, fabric, etc.) and my Glubers every time. No two flowers come out the same, just the way Mother Nature intended it.
    My favourite flower is all of them, especially after a long hard winter!
    Happy Easter to everyone!

  268. I’m not sure what my favorite method would be. I think the one that I do most often is to layer silk or paper flowers onto each other, use a brad or bling in the center, but I do love making rolled flowers from a circle cut into a spiral. There are so many different ways to make flowers and I seem to really like them all.
    Thanks for the chance at this wonderful blog candy!

  269. Thank you for the chance to win a great set of supplies! I love incorporating flowers in my projects and usually use punches, dies or a combination of the two and layer them. Sometimes they’re rolled/sometimes not! Many times they’re stamped and colored with Copics. All depends on my project…and my mood!

  270. I like peonies the best. I love layering papers to add to my cards. Thanks for the chance to win. Probably won’t win but I love the chance to tell you how talented I think you are. Keep on posting. We love it.

  271. I like to use my big shot dies and my punches.
    Happy Easter!

  272. I like to color my flowers with Copic markers and then either cut them out or if I’m lucky I have a Spellbinders die I can use. Have a great week!!!

  273. Hi Beate! My favorite way to make flowers is to paint chipboard flowers and stamp them! I’ve made various types of paper and rolled flowers, but I’m addicted to the chipboard these days after seeing a tutorial from Melissa Phillips! Thanks for another awesome candy and I hope your Easter was special 🙂

  274. Hello! 😀
    I have been doing alot of layering flowers for sometime now, but really like the rolled flowered. It gives a pop of dimension and inking the edges is something I like to do as well. Karrie 🙂

  275. I love using my stamps and then coloring the flower images with watercolors or Copics.

  276. Beate, Fresh & Fun is part of my morning routine. Love your ideas and have watched all of your videos, you have been a tutorial lifesaver. Thank you for the opportunity to win this fantastic candy.

  277. Hi Beate I like making my own Flowers out of Cardstock, Fabric, Tissue Paper. Just about anything that I can think of to use. I roll them spray them with glimmer mist. Ink them. One of my favorite Flowers is a Lillac. They smell so good. But I really like all flowers.

  278. I love making my flowers out of felt. I stack them and add a cute button in the center. Thanks for a chance at these goodies!

  279. I love all flowers, paper, fabric, felt! I like tearing, water sprtzing and forming scraps of paper into flowers. They end up often having the most character & are life-like. I love layering punched shapes or die cut flowers. I am dying to get my hands on one of the rolled rose dies! Roses, lilies, poppies, daisies & dogwood flowers are some of my real life fav’s. I would love to win! Thanks for the opportunity!

  280. I like to wet the paper flowers, wad them up, unwad them and then put them together.

  281. I love making flowers! I just made a tissue paper flower bouquet. I also make paper quilled flowers and other sorts of paper flowers.

  282. I love trying new techniques for making flowers. When I add a flower to my project I always try to make sure it’s handmade.

  283. I love it all! Ribbon, rolled, diecut, punched, and layered. Thanks so much Beate for the chance to win!

  284. My favorite way of making flowers is layering punched or die cut flowers with a brad in the center. I have even made a 5 layered fun foam flower and sent it in the mail.
    Jean McGee

  285. just one, no way! fabric flowers, paper flowers, crepe paper, maps, felt, yarn, string, vintage, glitter, ribbon. you name it, i’ve made it, bought it, traded, bartered, begged, pleaded, but never stolen them. favorite natural flowers? could never choose a favorite ether. must have them all

  286. A belated Happy Easter to you and your family Beate. My fav way to make flowers, besides buying them already made, is just to die cut, layer and glue down.

  287. I like to diecut and roll my flowers.

  288. Happy Belated Easter to you. There are so many choices of the rolled flowers.That would be my choice of flower making. My favorite rolled flower die is the Daisy. It is so pretty and work on most of the cards I make. Thanks for a chance to win your fabulous Easter Candy.

  289. I enjoy making rolled flowers, especially spiral roses. I have also layered and folded paper to make a variety of flowers.

  290. I like to make my flowers with the punch bunch punches and using glue to hold them together. My favorite flower is the pansy. Thanks for the opportunity to win!!!

  291. I prefer to use punched flowers and layer them although I do enjoy making ribbon flowers as well. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Hugs

  292. Fantastic blog…oh in for the chance of winning something…whoohoo…
    I love to role, scrunch, and make my flowers from single petals layering them until the fullness is there, turning the petals over and under . Folding and scrunching being my favourite… Thanks for the chance to win, win win….♥ annie

  293. Thanks for a chance to win some super fun and generous blog candy. I love making flowers. My favorite ways are to layer them and roll them.

  294. Thank you Beate, for your generosity! Yet another amazing candy. My local craftstore sells the most beautiful flowers, design by the owner and manufacured especially for them. I love these flowers and I have a huge box full. If I don’t use these fanatstic flowers I punch shapes which I fold and scrunch and twist and turn. Sometimes more in “2D” other times in propper 3D. Sometimes I make fantasy flowers, other times I make more real looking flowers – the joys of papercrafting!

  295. Thanks for the chance to win some AWESOME blog candy! My favorite way to make flowers is to quill them. I love quilling and you can make an almost infinite number of flowers using quilling.

  296. I love daffodils! A friend gave me some bulbs and I think of her every time I pass them! I also roll flower pins, and haven’t met many flower stamps I haven’t liked (what an enabler!). Have a terrific day! Now I’ll cross my fingers and hope to get lucky!

  297. HI – awesome Candy!!!! thanks for offering it to us! I like to punch out and layer flowers – but latley have been punching out shapes, misting, scrunching, and then shaping…. love to do this! it’s always great to give a little spritz with some soft color after they’ve dried! FUN and relaxing!

  298. wow! what a beautiful gift! I like to crumple up my flowers and layer them!

  299. My favorite is to die cut a bunch and layer them together! thanks for the opportunity to win a fabulous stash!!!!

  300. Hope you had a wonderful Easter celebration-for flowers I have done rolled, stamped, die-cut, ribbon -if I like the way it turned out then it becomes my fave way to create (lol!!) thanks for the chance to win some fab and non-fattening Easter card

  301. I love flowers! My favorite, if I have to choose is Dahlia. I make my flowers with
    punches,dies and I love the look of a rolled flower. Thanks for the opportunity to win
    the fabulous stash!! Thats sooooooo nice of you! Happy Easter!!!

  302. I love making flower using what I got on hand, puncher,die cuts and stamps. I think all my girlie cards have flowers on them. Wish to win :). thanks.

  303. My favourite way of making flower is using various sizes flower punches and stack them up, embossed with a stylus and inked the petal to make cabbage rose.

  304. Hi Beate!

    I have just recently started rolling flowers using MFT’d Dienamics and I love them. So for now that is my favorite way to make flowers.

    Thank you for the chnace to win such wonderful blgo candy. 🙂

  305. Happy Resurrection Season,
    I like to make flowers using the punch then misting them with water and crinkling them up, stacking
    them and using a pearl or brad in the center. You can’t mail those cards, but they sure are stunning!
    I also like trying new ways to make flowers. Hugs!

  306. I love to make my flowers with die cuts. They make is so easy to assemble. And you can use a variety of papers, inks, dyes and sprays. Thank you for all the beautiful projects you share. Hugs, Mary

  307. Hi Beate,

    My Favorite flowers are Hydrangeas and Gardenias. I love to make flowers either with felt or flannel fabric that have scrumptious designs on them (not for babies anymore), I make them with my Big Shot and turn them into either brooches or hairpin, or I use them in the smaller version to decorate the altered wood houses that I do. Thanks for the chance to win this candy!

    Cariños,

    María Alba Negrón
    San Juan, Puerto Rico
    [email protected]

  308. Oh my, I love all flowers but orchids are my favorite. I also like several methods for making them. I stamp, layer, roll and die cut. At one time I even tried molding them. Flowers are like God’s grace, always beautiful and uplifting and you can never get enough.

  309. I love to use my dies to create flowers. Thanks for sharing your fantastic cards. Your work is fantastic.

  310. I like to punch and layer flowers.

    Vic

  311. Right now I am so into making flowers using my Cricut and SCAL2, lots of fun and different styles, layering them and adding pop dots in between works really well too! 🙂 I have also made a few fabric flowers (make sure the fabric has rayon or polyester in it), cutting out scalloped circles, many sizes, holding to a candle flame to melt the edges, they curl like rose petals when done properly as the rayon or polyester melts–be careful!!!, layer them, stitch the centers together, add a center button and a pin back and whala a beautiful little broach to dress up a sweater or jacket. Cute!

  312. I am probably too late to enter this gve away but I wanted to say thankyou for all the inspiration… I love your work and your tutorials are fantastic.

    Jan D

  313. Hi Beate, what a wonderful prize to win, wow! If I am to use flowers on my cards I usually purchase them already made, but I have cut some from my cricut and then ran them through my cuddle bug to emboss them to give them definition. My favorite flow in real life is the Gerber Daisy (in pink of course)!
    Hugs;
    Shari

  314. I know I’m late to comment but I just wanted to say that I love using WOC Flowers on my projects, I also like to make paper ones from the tattered flower die, & last but not least my FAVORITE FLOWER is a Tulip. Thank you for letting me share that Beate. Hugs Traci ;0)

  315. I love making my own flowers! Fabrics, crenolines, felts – paper I loved the ‘rolled’ flowers and layering as well. I’m always looking for new ways to make them! Spring is the best time to get them going again.

  316. what a perfect question, i love making my flowers with heavenly truffles! and tissue paper! =) (check out my website and you’ll see what i mean!) i also just happen to keep an eye on your blog because i LOVE LOVE LOVE your papercrafting work, you are SO TALENTED! thanks so much for sharing your artistic ability!

  317. Hi, Beate. I have been wanting to try those “rolled” flower dies as they so lovely. For now, I am using punches and Spellbinders dies to make my flowers. Thanks for the chance to win your generous blog candy.

  318. Happy After Easter, Beate! I like to make my flowers by either punching and layering them or using the rolled flower technique. I don’t use a die for the rolled ones, just cut a spiral into a circle and roll them up. Thanks for the chance to win such great prizes!

  319. Hi Beate! My favorite way to make flowers is with punches or dies. Scrunch and layer! But I like to try all sorts of new ways too. Thanks for a chance to win. This looks like a fabulous candy prize!

  320. Wow Beate quite the generous amount blog candy thank you.. i like to die cut , punch or hand cut several layers of cs and then crumple then up attach the laters with brads, score tape etc. Then uncrumpl and fuss a bit until I get the look I want. Fun right have a great day! TFS 🙂

  321. A generous Blog Candy! I love to make the little paper roses from the Boho Blossom Punch, so cute! One of my favourite flowers is the Freesia for it’s fragrance also for looks, Alstromeria, they last a long time.

    Ter 😉

  322. Wow, what a wonderful blog candy! I love making roses with my new Sizzix Flowers, 3-D die. I love tulips, roses and orchids, these ones last so long and they are beautiful!

  323. I love creating my own flowers. I think when making a card that also means making most of your own embelishments. So I have several flowerpunches. I like to layer them and them form them into shape. I also love the rose die that you can roll.
    My favorite real flower is a English white rose that has this beautiful smell.

  324. What a stash! I love layering flowers – but I like to emboss them, either in an embossing folder or turning them over and running my round dot maker over them and then layering in different sizes and colours.
    I do like the “Prima” look on flowers.
    My favourite real flower is Freesia. I love how they cascade and their fragrance is wonderful.

  325. oh wow the candy just look so yummy! I love flowers! I love to layer them and topped them with button tied with a twine. And my fave real flowers are roses!

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