I actually made 2 cards - the first one I created on a square black card and the second one an easel card.
Here is the easel card.
This card was actually my second choice but now I look at it again I think it is my preferred card. I wonder what you will think.
The CD I used was Joanna Sheens "Fabulous Flowers" which I haven't used for a while. It has a file of jpegs of the flowers which is really useful - but another section has Kaleidoscope images. Due to all the lovely images on the CD it took me a very pleasant hour going backwards & forwards through it to decide which one to use. The sheet that prints out has 2 designs on it each a different shape with 3 layers each - then about 6 single flowers of different sizes.
Here is the first card I made
This one has a petal style edge to the topper which I carefully cut around. The little flower on the green strip is the flower that JS made the kaleidoscope from in both designs. The only thing was that there wasn't suitable backgrounds so I created a plain green piece with Serif Craft Artist picking the colour from the flower. Then I created a pink strip the same way but added some of the flower heads to create a pattern. I am hoping that I have broken any copyright by creating the pink background.
I adhered the base layer directly to the doily, then the other 2 layers were put on sticky pad to raise them.
Here is a closeup of both of the kaleidoscope toppers
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