Here are my finished projects - a lot of colouring involved, for which I used Derwent Inktense pencils, which are very easy to use, but you could just as easily use Copics, regular pencils or even print these images on patterned paper, or leave them black and white.
Using the daffodil image first, I coloured it, then using a paper mask of the image to cover my colouring, I sponged the white background with Shabby Shutters Distress Ink - a lovely soft green. The middle section inside is covered with designer paper, but in a muted tone, allowing a personal message to be included. I chose a contrasting colour for the back section which includes the greeting.
For the small amount of background behind the magnolia, I continued to use my Inktense pencils, just blending the colour out to the edge. Inside, I have mounted one of the Be Encouraged sentiments onto a Spellbinders floral oval, and embellished the bottom of the card with a scalloped edge, using a SNS small scallop.
My final card uses the lily flower block, and for this I used regular colour pencils, with just a touch of H2Os for highlights. Again I used the small scallop for the back edge, and inside I cut one of the Decorative Plaques by SNS - these plaques are so useful for mounting sentiments or small images. This card is a little more whimsical, with chirpy birds and a leaf flourish added from my stash.
Now it's your turn to see what wonderful cards and projects you can create with these lovely flower blocks - try the Z-fold card for something really different.