NEW Video Tutorial Garden Notes – Sunflower

February 17, 2015

Garden Notes - Sunflower

Susan Tierney-Cockburn spent some time in Els’s craft studio in Colorado where they prepared and taped some wonderful YouTube Videos demonstrating all the dies from the Susan’s Garden lines (Garden Notes, Susan’s Garden, and CountryScapes). In the next few weeks, we’ll show you all these amazing videos! Today we would like to start with the Garden Notes – Sunflower. All the flowers are low relief which makes them easy to send by mail if you decide to adhere them on the front of a card. They are also beautiful to decorate a box or a picture frame. We hope you will enjoy this first video!

Stay tuned for more of Susan’s YouTube Videos and learn how to make these beautiful flowers shown in the picture below.

Garden Notes collection

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies used:

999 Garden Notes – Sunflower

808 Susan’s Garden 4pcs. All metal Tool Set in Luxury Case

801 Fine Pointed Tweezers

809 Mini Molding Pad

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  • Kelly Booth February 25, 2015 at 7:48 am

    Susan these flowers are so Beautiful and realistic! Your videos really help and I can’t wait to get my hands on more of them!!!

  • Frances February 17, 2015 at 2:55 pm

    Fabulous video and great tutorial on how to assemble a Sunflower

  • Raquel Mason February 17, 2015 at 2:30 pm

    Wonderful video Susan & thanks for showing how to create a beautiful sunflower with your die.

  • Joanne Wells February 17, 2015 at 12:57 pm

    This is a great tutorial! I was waiting for this. Now I can make this as she does. Only she is the professional teacher on this.

  • christinepooler February 17, 2015 at 11:53 am

    Great video very helpful as usual Susan. I do have some sunflowers all cut and I had attempted one that came out Ok but now I have seen video I feel more confident.

  • Lori Ritchie February 17, 2015 at 10:58 am

    Susan’s flower dies are beautiful. However, for whatever reason, your blog is soooooo slow. I wished that the article comes up right away and don’t have to click on the link after already opening the article. Often I don’t go into the article because it takes about 3-4 to load. If pictures were shown upon opening the article, I might be more inclined to go farther. Hope my comments are constructive.

    • Joset van de Burgt February 17, 2015 at 11:11 am

      Hello Lori, Thank you for your comment and I’m sorry to hear that our blog is working so slow for you. Unfortunately there is nothing we can do since it has probably something to do with your internet connection. Or it could depend per computer as well, some are faster then others. When we create a blog post and test the blog, all pictures and videos are displayed right away when opening a post. The only thing I could suggest is contacting your internet provider to see if there is a faster one available or check your computer. I hope this will work.

  • judi kauffman February 17, 2015 at 10:11 am

    What a wonderful video, Susan! Your story and the excellent, easy to follow tutorial have me heading straight for my Garden Notes Sunflower die. It may be snowy and cold out, but I’m going to join you in your garden this very day.

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