Eileen Hull dies, other Sizzix dies and a couple of Sizzix embossing folders.
Once I decided on the words for the banner, I used the Sizzix die, Album, Scallop/Circle by Brenda Pinnick to cut a "circle" background base for each flower. One side of each base piece was painted with a green acrylic paint.
All the flower petals were cut from various shades of DCWV textured paper as well as the leaves. The flower petals were then embossed with a large dot embossing folder and the leaves embossed with a small dot folder. My flowers used 8 large petals, 7 small petals and 2 large leaves. Another green paper was used to cut 12" x 1/2" strips for the stems. Each is folded in half. Circles for each flower are cut from the Original Circle die for the center of each flower from a handmade, textured brown paper.
When all pieces are cut, embossed and inked the flowers can be assembled. Glue the folded strip onto the background circle base at the bottom, opposite the little punched tab on this piece. NOTE: Refer to photo. Glue the two leaves onto the stem as shown in the photo. Use one of the center circles to mark the background bases center area as a guide for glueing. Glue the eight large petals in place spacing them to your liking. Layer on the smaller petals over the larger ones, again spacing them to your liking all around. Glue the center brown circle in place.
Click on the "Sizzix Spring Linky" here to link to Eileen Hull's blog. You are bound to find several wonder ideas for Spring and Eileen's dies from many talented people.