Sunday, 12 July 2009

Crochet flowers mini blog candy

Sorry have have been absent for the last few weeks. Work has been very busy and I just haven't felt like stamping. Instead a had a go at crocheting flowers and ended up with a big pile of flowers and no idea what to do with them. I based my flowers on the inside flower on this blog, but I used double crochet rather than triple crochet on the first row.

Here is a card I made in two slightly different colourways using one of my flowers. The image is from sugar nellie and the papers are Stampin Up.

For a chance to win 10 crochet flowers and some stamped images please leave a comment below. If possible please leave a link to any cards where you have used crochet flowers. I will anounce the winner next Sunday. Good luck. Anne x


Chris said...

Hi Anne, I've been looking at crocheted flowers but have no idea how to make them! I don't understand the instructions. Duh!

I would love the chance to win some but if not maybe I could buy some from you?

Chris (S) (KCUK)

PS Hope work quietens down somewhat for you.

judith@poppy cottage said...

Hi Anne, I love crochet flowers! I use them in my cardmaking, I just used one yesterday, and it is posted on my blog, the turquoise card with the Gorjuss Girl. I'd love to know how to make my own flowers too, as mine are bought flowers, but I dressed them up myself. Love your cards, great colours, Judith x

Jo said...

I see I'm not the only one who's missed your blog! I love the crochet flowers and spent some time on the internet a while ago looking for some like these. I'd love to make my own but I've never been much of a needlewoman. Hope I might get lucky here.

Anne said...

Yay, good to see you blogging again Anne :). Can't crochet, but love your flowers



Hi Anne
As you will have gathered by the time you read this Comment, I have only just discovered your lovely blog tonight, and have noticed your gorgeous crochet flowers on your other cards too. I would love to enter for the Blog Candy, but sadly have never used crochet flowers on my cards as I would not have known how to make them, or where to buy them from. (I will study the tutorial link you kindly left, and will give it a go). However, I am more than happy to leave you this comment on your beautiful Leanne Ellis card, no matter what!
Love, Sylvia x