Through the Garden Gate Collection by Susan Tierney-Cockburn
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Through the Garden Gate Collection by Susan Tierney-Cockburn

Through the Garden Gate takes us through Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s garden filled with realistic paper florals that will bloom all year long.

Through the Garden Gate Collection by Susan Tierney-Cockburn

In this collection you’ll find the delicate sweet perennial, called Beeblossom (S3-455). It looks beautiful on its own or added to other bouquets. Next, the Gardenia (S4-1190), with its creamy, white flowers contrasting with shiny green leaves. The Forget-Me-Not and Ladybugs (S2-340) are sweet five-petal flowers which also includes two friendly ladybugs. The Hollyhock (S4-1191) which blooms over a long summer season and attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. And last but certainly not least, the Floribunda Rose (S5-507), inspired by the Queen’s garden at Buckingham Palace.

Choose your favorite flowers (or grab the whole bundle BD-0682) and then craft right along with Susan during her wonderful video tutorials for each flower in her collections. You’ll be inspired and learn some interesting facts about the assembly of each set, as well as flower and garden facts that Susan shares as she creates.

 

Thanks so much for joining us today. We know you’re going to love the beautiful blooms you create with the Through the Garden Gate collection. Be sure to visit Spellbinders Paper Arts to see all of the latest and greatest products for all of your card making, scrapbooking, and paper crafted projects. Plus, keep in touch with Spellbinders on Facebook, as well as YouTubeInstagram, and Pinterest.

6 Comments

  • Lida Williams

    I really like the cards that I make using Susan’s dies. Her videos are very helpful. I have one problem with the cards that feature her flowers–mailing them. I was able to find some boxes that fit them perfectly and work for times when I am handing the card to the recipient in person, but they are not sturdy enough to be mailed without additional packing material. This addition makes the postage quite high for a card. Is anyone else having this problem? Has anyone found a good solution?

  • MaryH

    OMG – These flowers are stunning! Anyone would be over the moon to received one of these cards – they are such works of art.

  • Patricia Hebron

    Love Susan’s dies cannot wait for tray to hold and mold buds as well as pan pastel set. Love her paper as well as spellbinders papers and color selection.

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