Monday, May 23, 2011

And the winner of the Plantin Cartridge is……

I can’t believe the number of kind and supportive comments that I received over the last week. I have the best supporters on the planet! I am so honored that you take time out of your busy schedules to visit and to leave a comment.Thanks Madonna for your generosity. You were so kind to donate this wonderful cartridge! Now for winner……

Darlene said…

"I love this!! It is so fun and happy!"
Darlene, congrats and I will be sending you an email to get your mailing address.

As I said earlier, Plantin is one of my go-to cartridges. I love the grass cut and used it to make this cute card. Here is a video I made a couple of months ago that gives complete directions on how to make this adorable card and two types of fun and fab paper flowers.





Have a great Monday!!

10 comments:

Donna Lee said...

Thanks Linda for a great tutorial and some inspiration! Blessings!

Kate said...

Congratulations Darlene! Plantin' really is a handy cartridge to have.
I remember this card. It's wonderful! I especially like the way the little sentiment is tucked behind the flower.

Darlene said...

Yea!! That's me. Thanks Linda! love the card. Off to watch your video now.

Darlene

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Donna!!

Anonymous said...

Congrats Darlene! Linda I love your card and the video was wonderful.

Darcy

thekolbes said...

Congrats Darlene
Trish

Linda Kaiser said...

Congrats Darlene!!

Linda Kaiser said...

Darlene, I just sent you an email asking for your mailing address!

Linda

Naomi said...

Linda I loved your video... I am a flower fanatic... just last month I was playing around with a toilet paper roll and created a beautiful flower ...the directions for cutting was exactly the same but I couldn't make them smaller ...so it was good if I want a big flower!! I did accidently discover a quicker way to actually form the flower which I think you would be interested in!... I simply cut the strips then piled 6 of them on top of each other... I used a glue gun to glue just the tip of one end to each layer holding them in place...when I let go, voila!! A flower!!! All I had to do then was glue each end to keep the flower shape...hope this saves time for you!!! Love your work and can't wait to see what you will do next!!! Naomi

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Naomi for your great idea and suggestion!

Linda

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