The Gladiolus

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The Gladiolus Pattern


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Pattern Details


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Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Pattern Description:

I have being drawing and creating since I was little, and computers have helped to bring those abilities to all. I created these individual flower sets to enable people to be specific with their choice. I got tired of buying CDs full of designs, and only using a few. My designs enable you to make hundreds of crafts with just one flower as the centre point.

All the designs are based on actual photographs which have been drawn and coloured. This drawing has then been manipulated using different effects to create numerous contrasting designs. The result is two card designs, matching decoupage cut-outs (plus reverse) and 26 pages of contrast papers.

These designs can be used to create beautiful cards, scrapbook pages, decoupage ornaments, package toppers, and artist trading cards. The only limit is your imagination, for instance, instead of using bows on your parcels, make a decoupage flower and use this 'package topper' as the finishing touch. By using the reverse flower cut-outs, double the 'topper' and you have an ornament.

Whatever you do - HAPPY CRAFTING!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • A5 half fold card
  • A6 quarter fold card
  • 26 contrast papers in A4 format
  • 4 decoupage sheets in A4 format
  • Use on any blank cards, tags or packages, etc.


  • Printer
  • Scissors or craft knife
  • Foam squares or silicone adhesive
  • Paper glue
  • A4 card and paper (for your printer)

You Will Also Need:

  • Glitter and other embellishments

About Designer

About Designer

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by OWL Creations
Ontario, Canada
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I have been doing all types of crafts since I was a child - both parents were very artistic, and I have been doubly blessed.

If there is a craft out there, I'll try it once - twice if I like it.

I draw, paint, knit, crochet, embroider, sew, make stained glass, create paper crafts, carve (wood), . . . the list is ever growing.

I design cross stitch patterns as I feel there should be more ...

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