Crafters Workshop Templates are one of the most versatile and reasonably priced tools that you can add to your stash. They are well made (I've had some for 6 years of heavy use) and always have more than one use. I use them with embossing pens, markers, dry embossing and with the doodling templates I use the laser dot stickers for a neat effect. I have not found anything that I can do with stamps that I can not do ith these templates and the cost and storage requirements are far less. Buy one and you will become addicted!
I ordered this on a whim b/c I saw so many of SBCers had used it on LOs. Now I know why. Use half the flower, or all of it. Add the dots around it or not. Add the swirls or inserts for the petals. Can you just see the LO possibilities. This item sells out quick, so don't think about it too long. If you're still not sure just look through the LOs listed with this item and I think that it will convince you, as it did me. Enjoy and happy scrappin' to you.
Used in this layout: Easter Dress 2008
Used it immeditally on a card for a grandson. Able to use circle and parts of to make a card for a young man.
It was just the help I needed ti exucute an idea without worrying if I triied it freehand I would mess it up.
Know I will make many pretty and pink cards and will be great for Scrapbooking.
It gave me something new to use ,a pick me .
Purchased as a gift from Daughter for Mothers Day. Thanks Robin
I purchased this template along with the circle template from
The Crafters Workshop. I have used this on heritage pages as well as little girl pages and it was perfect both times. I placed it off center and used it to frame a photo and the pages came out beautiful You have several choices of patterns to fill in which makes it even more versatile.
I love this template. Instead of getting one template, it's like having five or ten in one. There's petals, circles, flourishes, little paisleys, or one big flower. You can keep it simple with a plain flower, or you can dress it up with the smaller patterns. You can use it as one big template/pattern or a bunch of smaller ones. Love it.
I have only had this about a week and have used it many times. I just love it.....and keep finding more and more to do with it.....where has this been the last 9 years....????? I love the things I have found on this site and the great tutorial videos. Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!!!!!
Used in this layout: 1923 - Helen May Forbes
This flower template is totally amazing. It has many small holes to make the flower,bigger holes in the middle, and cool doodling swirls. can be used over and over many times.
It's a very nice combo of different sizes and shapes. Highly recommend.
I am completely in love with this template. I love the endless possibilities it offers. I had fun using the template to help me in my freestyling process. This product offers assistance to the free style doodler as well as the amateur doodler.
Used in this layout: Princess Madison
This is one of the best templates I have. I bought three and this is my Favorite one. It really adds a beautiful touch to any layout and there are tons of different things you could do with it. I plan on buying more in the future.
Used in this layout: Michaela(My niece)
I just bought several of these CTW templates, and I already LOVE them! They're easy to use, convenient to carry to crops, and give you a variety of options even with just one template!
Used in this layout: untitled
I just made a LO with this template. I trace the flower and doodle it all over with this great tool. It's very easy to use and the result is very good.
Used in this layout: Good times
This is a great template and can be used in many different ways by just turning it to fill in with the desired petal pattern. Remember that this is a large flower and probably is best used for scrapbook pages as it is difficult to incorparate it in a card unless it is the main focus and you use only a portion of the template. I give it 4 stars because the plastic it is made from needs to be stiffer.
I like the idea of the outside flower template, but I am really not sure how you use the different patterns correctly on the inside (to get a clean look). I have tried markers only, and I do not like the way it turned out. Suggestions ... please PM me at cox3349. Thank you in advance.
Whe it comes to doodling on a page, I get scared. Some people may be able to just let loose, but not me. This way I can rotate the stencil for differant looks, that way I can be creative, but I have a little boost helping me out.