Tuesday 24 March 2009

Build a Blossom - Mix

A few more in the Build a Blossom Range to keep you going.
I've added a Red Polka Dot Blossom and matching background as the black on was so popular.

You are free to use these for personal use but please do not share my designs instead link back to my blog for people to download them.They are copyright to me.

Click on the image to download the PDF sheet at full size.

Click on the image to download the PDF sheet at full size.


Daisychain said...

Hooray! Some more fabby flowers, thank you so much. Just done a card using the ribbon ones, you can see it on my blog.

Hugs Christine x

Anonymous said...

Hi Jak Love the way you keep coming up with different blossoms
these are great TFS.

Anonymous said...

Wow fantastic flowers again Jak,thank you for sharing not only your talent but the flowers too, I will get round to making one of these soon, just so busy at the mo.

Sylvia R xxx

Christine said...

Thank you so much for the down loads Jak hope your having a great B/day.

hugs Christine xx

Scrapping Julie said...

Hi Jak!!!!
thanks so much for sharing.
so sorry I did not get to your birthday in time. but Happy Happy birthday!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for another wonderful set of Blossoms Jak.

Mary x

sheffsue said...

You really are spoiling us Jak...they are beautiful as always.
Thank you

Sue x

craftaddict said...

Beautiful flowers and papers, thank you so much for sharing them.
Happy belated burthday!

Anonymous said...

Thanks again Jak for the free downloads, they are lovely

Anonymous said...

More beautiful flowers, Jak, thank you so much. You are very generous.

Alice (beemer)

Barbara said...

Thank you for sharing this

Craftingdiva said...

Thank you so much for this gift, it is most welcome.
regards XsueX

Wellnifty said...

Just doing some catching up, thanks you for more lovely flowers

Chris x

jacquiscards said...

thanks for making these lovely flowers they are great x

jacqui x

coedtalon said...

Just trying out these flowers. They are lovely. Can you tell me the best way of assembling them? I have not been very successfully with the centre. What is the best way to secure it? I have used a brad for my first one. Thanks, Judy