June 10, 2009

handmade flower


Hi! Today's card uses Weekend Sketch Challenge #84 and a very fun distressed flower that I've seen on othe blogs. I love this look! You can see a tutorial on Dawn's blog. I only had time for a quick card today, so I grabbed some scraps of Maine Blueberry paper which were still sitting on my desk from yesterday's card (sorry for using the same paper twice in a row, lol!).

Ok, I better get going - lots of housework has to get finished, it's been ignored LONG enough!

Have a fantastic day,
Karen



recipe -
stamps: short & sweet
ink: not quite navy
paper: not quite navy, bashful blue, old olive, whisper white cardstock, maine blueberry dsp
accessories: small/large oval punches, latte buttons, linen thread, stampin' dimensionals

12 comments:

  1. Another great card Karen. I saw that tutorial on Dawn's blog. I need to try and make one of those flowers.

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  2. Karen, I LOVE the way you used these DP together, PLUS your flower... This card is just sooo cute! :)

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  3. BeeeeeAUTIFUL!!!!!!! Isn't it so much FUN making these adorable little flowers? So simple and soooo effective. Oh and I can't believe you've used the same GORGEOUS paper again!!! LOL...
    Love it.

    SJ
    xx

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  4. This is a great card, love those homemade flowers.

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  5. Lovin' that gorgeous flower! Great card!

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  6. Great job on the homemade flower. I'll excuse the reuse of the same paper because these cards are awesome! Don't tell anyone, but I do the same thing. :)

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  7. How fun to create your own flower embellishments and this layout is the perfect way to showcase it!

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  8. Good job Karen! Love those papers and the color combo, and that flower really makes it pop!

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  9. Oh I just love that flower and the papers and colours are gorgeous!

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  10. love this! aren't these torn flowers fun:)

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  11. Cute, cute, cute! This paper is wonderful! And so is your flower!

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