Sunday, March 02, 2014

Mulberry Paper Roses

 Happy Sunday to you all.

We all love flowers don't we. There's nothing nicer than a vase or two of pretty flowers to brighten up the house.  Recently it seems, I can't get enough of these kind of flowers....tiny itsy bitsy ones of the paper variety.

I wanted to use some on Birthday cards.  
 I kept the cards very simple...too simple maybe? 
and I couldn't decide whether I preferred a frame, or not to frame.
How do you use your paper roses?

14 comments:

  1. Oh these are really lovely and I think for me, it's the simplicity of it that really appeals

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  2. These are so simple but yet so lovely. xx

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  3. I like these and prefer without the frame.

    Although I might be tempted by a larger frame around the edge of the card, but I'm finding I do that so often at the mo' ;)

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  4. I love how simple, but stylish, these are.

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  5. I love a simple look like this for cards - sometimes it's more clever to stop adding stuff. Restraint is an art form!

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  6. Sweet cards Louise I prefer them without the frame. I usually use paper roses on the corners of an image but used them in a similar way to you on this card http://dragonllew.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/anniversary-cards.html
    Jenny x

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  7. I like the frames but I prefer the very simple look, that you do so well.

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  8. I liked this so much I pinned it. A great way to use up little flowers. I prefer the frame, but just barely. Nicely done.

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  9. Love these x
    I think I prefer the frame but would be thrilled to receive either.

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  10. I've never used them but your beautiful cards have made me want to get some x

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  11. Just lovely ... I really like the simplicity of no frame, myself. I have some of these - now I know what to do with them - thank-you!

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  12. I prefer sans frame - pure, clean and simple, stylish!

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