This is what I created - the photo is of my Mum, Linda, and her sister, Elaine - taken circa 1952 at Whitehead's studio, Ipswich. Mum is on the right - and I really can see Connor in her face, same eyes...lol...
Here is a close up of the ribbon flowers I made - the blue one is using some of the Prima En Francais Trim, which I got in my Guest DT kit.
So, in case you are interested in how to make these flowers, I have made a little step x step:
1. Trace around and circlular based jar on to cardstock to create some circles.
2. Cut the circles out.
3. Cover the circle with Double Sided Tape - jutting up against each other, but not overlapping.
4. Trim around the circles.
5. Start from the outside, and work the ribbon around the circle - only adhere the top half of the ribbon to add depth to the flowers
6. Keep going, winding the ribbon around until you get to the centre.
7. Add a centre to tidy things up a bit.
8. Now, here is another ribbon flower - again using the Prima Trim. This time, I've added a running stitch along the ribbon, then gathered it up before adhering it to the circle in the same manner.
9. Once more, tidy up the centre with a nice trim, this time I used a Prima wooden button.
Well, that's it for me - hope you enjoy using your trims and ribbons to make some purty flowers!