10 Layout Ideas with the Flower Dies

If you are like us, you love flowers dies.

They are a quick embellishment that can go with almost any layout. Plus, they are perfect for any spring pages. They are an easy embellishment to add to your Mosaic Moments® scrapbook pages and photo mosaics when you need just a little something extra to finish off the page and set off your photos. They are actually very versatile and should be a staple in your Mosaic Moments® stash.

Paije gathered 10 layouts with flower dies that'll really spark your creativity in the spring or any time of the year.

1. Fiesta Flower

"Historic California" by Paije Potter - Pattern #356 (slightly adjusted)

The Fiesta Flower Die is used here on Pattern #356.

This is a great pattern you can use all the time. Paije used the die with a red toned brown that goes with the historic setting.The Fiesta Flower Die goes so well with this Historic California trip.  It almost makes you wonder if Tami designed it after her visit to Historic California.

Do you have a page or photos that the Fiesta Flower Die would work with?

2. Daisy Die

"Walking Around CW" by Paije Potter - Pattern #602 (adjusted)

Above, Paije used the Daisy Die on Pattern#602.

The Daisy is an older die, but a goodie. The over lapping square and diamonds make this floral die special. Paije chooses such great color combinations too, doesn't she? This purple, green, and floral patterned paper look so great!

The image on the right shows close up of Stickles™ (from Tim Holtz) used on the Daisy Die. This added some sparkle to the layout - it looks as if Paije added little diamonds!


3. Star Flower

"Spring Break" by Jodi Benson - Pattern #613

Look at this awesome summer floral layout!

Jodi used the Star Flower Die on Pattern #613. She balanced the yellow matted photos in the corners. She perfectly matched the colors of the girls' clothes with her paper. It's an incredible design choice! She used the 1x3 Star Flower Border and the 2x2 Star Flower together on the same page. She added some colorful elements to the flowers by placing a dot sticker in the center of the 2x2 star flowers.

Also take a look at how she filled in the flowers on the 1x3 size it keep the colors and theme of this bright, fun, summer floral page.

4. 8 Petals

"Alexis at Colonial Williamsburg" by Tami Potter & Paije Potter - Patterns #327 & #363

There's a lot to love about the 8 Petal Die Set and the 8 Petal 1x3 Die on this 2 page layout.

Tami and Paije worked together on this one. I really love their collaborations. They used Patterns #327, a pinwheel, and #363 a column pattern for the second page. Look at the two tone purples they used - it's a classy look with the white mats and backgrounds. The photos they used also make the layout interesting too. They have close ups and distance shots with people and items from the gardens. It really brings interest to the layout and tells the story of the day.

It's such a gorgeous spread but simple at the same time - by using all purple elements, mats and grid, and all of the same floral dies, the 8 Petals,  for embellishing.

5. Sunflowers

Here, Paije used the Sunflower 2x2 Die and the Sunflowers Border Die Set and their very shape brings sunshine to the page.

We recommend you use the Xyron Create A Sticker for these flowers. Really, you can you the sticker maker for any of the flower dies that have little pieces. These Sunflowers dies especially since they have these teeny tiny petals.

You can totally just use a mat of card-stock behind the die but you could also embellish with the petals on top of your other elements.

Paije used the Sunflower Dies with Pattern #337. I think this layout is so pretty and bright.


"State Fair" by Paije Potter - Pattern #337

6. Perfect Petals

"Longboarding" by Jodi Benson - Pattern #511

This may be your favorite floral layout so far.

And the Perfect Petals Border Die might be your favorite flower die. Jodi only used the 1x2 (1x2.125 inch) die but the Perfect Petals also comes in a 2x2 and 1x1 set. Jodi chose pattern #511 which can be used for many different pages quite easily.

If you love how Jodi paired white and yellow flowers together on this layout, you can easily recreate a layout similar with your own photos.

7. Sixlet 1x3

Look at this cute little flower die, the Sixlet 1x3 Die.

Jodi made it pop with white petals, blue dotted background, and bright yellow centers. Remember to get the Xyron and tweezers for this one, with those little dotted centers. There's no way you want to glue them all without it. This cute layout with Pattern #100 is a perfect page for a spring baby. And Jodi used flower pictures that fit her page. We hope you are inspired to try and make your own layout just like this.

Do you have a picture that would go with the Sixlet 1x3 Die?


"Charly's Blessing" by Jodi Benson - Pattern #100

8. Garden Path

"Loving Spring" by Jodi Benson - Pattern #532

The Garden Path Die is such a cute flower die and you'll love the little cut out pieces.

Jodi took the time to use green for the leaves, pink and cream for the flowers, and blue for the teeny tiny star shaped flowers. It looks incredible. The effort and attention to detail was worth it. Don't you think so too?

Jodi used Numbers Set Die for her date and Garden Path Die with Pattern #532 to finish her layout.

9. Wild Flowers 

Look at this skateboarding page by Jodi where she used the Wild Flowers Die Set.

She used brown and white to really make her flowers stand out on the blue background. Did you notice the tiny detail - that she added one light brown petal to her small flowers? This adds extra interest and appeal to her layout. She gave her layout such a cool 'Cali' skater feel to it with the colors of the 12x12 grid paper, carstock, and patterned paper she added.  It's interesting that despite using a flower die this page doesn't look girly at all.

This could have worked for a boy's skateboard page too!


"Hannah's Boards" by Jodi Benson - Pattern #548

10. Daisy Row Border

"Historic Mall" by Paije Potter - Patterns #613 & #460


Paije went all out with this travel and shopping trip layout adding so many interesting details that her layout deserves 4 photos not just one.

This is not your typical flower die layout. She used the Daisy Row Border with a very detailed modern patterned paper as the 1 inch background. On top she placed flowers cut with an ivory cardstock. And added Glitter dots and tiny round gems for flower centers. Then she took the individual flowers from inside the borders with the modern patterned paper and embellished her focal photos. Inside these flowers she placed colorful gems dots. She even distressed her mats with coordinating colors to contrast against the pink of her 12x12 Grid paper and coordinated with the large patterned paper mats of her focal photos. To add more interest and help tell the whole story of her trip, Paije journaled with type from a computer.

Anyone else struggle to journal their pages? Click here to see how she fit her journaling on her mat with this YouTube instructional video.

This may be our favorite layout of Paije's and not just for flower layouts.


We hope you were inspired and saw a flower die and layout that you would like to try and scrapbook with your own photos.

Get your scrapbook supplies, flower dies, paper, and die cut machine out and get rolling!