13 hours ago
Friday, March 19, 2010
Paper Flower Swap
I saw this card below and fell in love with it and decided to CASE it in part. It was created by Amy Sheffer for StampersDream.com. I've always been a huge fan of Amy's, her artwork is absolutely gorgeous and such a joy to look at.
Here's a close up to show you the flower a little better and the dimension of the card.
My girls decided to they wanted to make flowers, too. Here's the one that my 6 year old made. She loves red and she's all about shiny things, so she chose this metallic red paper.
This is the one that my 8 year old made - just like Mama's but baby blue.
Well, it's a beautiful day here today, so we're heading out to the yard to enjoy the sun! :)
Thanks for stoppin' by! :)
Stamps: Amy Butler - Lotus Greeting Stamps (K&Company), True Friend (SU)
Cardstock: Pumpkin (Bazzill), Ivory (Staples), Chocolate (Bazzill), Deep Red (Bazzill)
Patterned Paper: Bountiful (Creative Memories) - scraps from three sheets from this paper pack
Ink: Chocolate (Ancient Page)
Tools: Thumbtack, Bone Folder, Scissors, Sponge (SU), 1/8" Dimensional Squares (EK Success), Cuttlebug, Classic and Scalloped Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
Embellishments: Jumbo Chocolate Brads, Slate Blue Lace Ribbon & Striped Grosgrain (Autumn Splendor - Making Memories), Pewter Decorative Brad (Dollarama)