Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Today on Beate's Blog she had her Tuesday inspiration challenge. It was a Vera Bradley purse that was chocolate brown with bright colored flowers- very fun. I didn't have much time (Evan no longer thinks he needs long naps) so I wasn't going to be able to color much or cut out much. So I decided to use (not hoard- big step for me) my Felt Flowers from SU!'s Flower Fusion. I really like the texture and dimension those little flowers give to a project. With all of the different sizes, shapes and colors I was able to make them all look different. My Purely Pomegranate card base is cut to fit the Small Open-End Envelopes which made it 6 1/2" x 3 1/4". I then cut and distressed (using the cutter kit) a piece of Old Olive Cardstock to 6" x 2 3/4". On top of that is piece of Chocolate Chip Cardstock cut slightly smaller than the olive paper. The card base and the chocolate chip cardstock have the swirl from Baroque Motifs stamped in VersaMark on them. The verse is Numbers 6:24-25 from the Everyday Blessings set from Papertrey Ink stamped in black. The ribbon is from the Sherbert Ribbon Originals and the brads and ribbon slide are from the Aged Copper Hodgepodge Hardware.

I also used a felt flower and a PTI sentiment stamp on the envelope.

Have a great day today- hopefully your weather today is as beautiful
as ours.

1 comment:

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