It’s another day of the Flower Power Week! I, Renia, welcome you warmly to a fabulous flower feast
I’m not really into taking or gathering pictures of me, you know. But every now and then I make an appearance on some photos If that’s the case, I try to tame that photo emotionally — by making it a crucial part of a work, by investing some time, some thoughts and some emotions into it. Because on this very photo I’m with a person I like very very much and I decided to use some add-ons she liked very very much. I think you know us already so well, that guess what element of this work each of us likes the most is an easy task Also because we both (Karola and I) love using flowers I title my today’s project “Flower Girls”.
This week has been named a FLOWER-ish one, so they have to appear on my work. And they are the most important part of it. They have used so much space, that not much have left for other paper add-ons. In this flower “garden” you can see peonies, roses and cloves. Peonies are my favorites now, so I did a few for this work. In internet you can easy find tutorials how to make a peony yourself, so I won’t include any tips here, in the post. But if you leave a request for a short tutorial in comments, we will see what can be done
Back to my peonies — next photos will show them to you really well. This see-through “someting” on petals is a special made “dew”.
From Spring Awakening collection came the 04A paper to make this one:
From The Bright Side of Life collection came “Blue Mornings” and “Full Pockets” papers to make these beauties:
And as a cherry on top, we have the biggest peony of all, the crimson one from handmade paper. Just looking at them makes me want to go for a walk to a real garden, with real flowers, you know, with a smell…
I have to say that making peonies from TSC papers is very pleasing. They are just brilliant for “transformations”. They are soft and easy to forming — and they stay in desired shape without glueing them up with additional petals.
You will probably see lots of flowers as these on my next works. Be prepared
Now I encourage you to play with flowers yourselves!
Kind regards and see you next time.