This weeks' challenge is to make a shaped card, preferably using Spellbinders Nestabilities. I don't have many of these but I do have the paisley and I thought it might make a good strawberry. I am known for my collection of strawberries and I always love to see them. I started out with a template from The Cutting Cafe but I changed my mind and used the paisley die instead. I had to take the card outside to photograph it because I didn't have enough light inside. I figured that I would make this a little pincushion and there are a couple of pins at the top going through the ribbon. I used a cute daisy button, added lace, and stitched around the entire card. The sentiment and the border are both cut from Nestabilities. I added some pearls to make it pop. I just love these Just Rite stamps!
Happy Monday - I hope everyone is getting to enjoy a restful day off!
I have one project to share - I was hoping to have more but it has not been my day today:-)
Here's a closeup of that flower - the bling is from Webster's (courtesy of Limelight) but the flowers are from a Hawaiian lei I picked up on the clearance aisle at Target for $2.50! It was a set of eight leis and as soon as I saw it, I knew I had to have it - there are hundreds of flowers in four different (bright, Island colors). Pretty cute, huh?
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Happy Friday - we all know it means FWF is here!!!
I've got three projects today - I have been vacationing but feeling a bit under the weather so I've been less productive than I'd hoped. Oh, well:-)
First up, another card with the Victorian Velvet distress ink - I love this stuff! It is so perfect with this paper from the Rustic Stack by DSW - it's sort of a variation on Monday's card. I used that big flower from Ippity's "Now and Always" and the sentiment is from "Simply Home." I'm loving this card!
My second project is the one I've dreamed of since I used "Butterfly Beauty" for my previous coasters. I won a Unity single of my choice a few months ago and selected "Lovely Lilacs." I made some tiles that use part of the image and I love them! Sorry, I just realized that the top tile is the one where I didn't get a good impression of the lilacs:-) Sorry about that! It still looks fabulous, though! My lilac chalk didn't hang on very well, but I kind of like the faded look right now.
Third is a cute card with a great Unity bicycle stamp and sentiment from the August 2009 KOTM, one of my all-time favorites!
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