Thursday, 15 March 2012

Traffic Light Sunflowers

Hello again!

Back with another card. I just found a card in my harddrive that never got shared. So here it is! I actually submitted this card to a magazine but never got a happy mail from. I loved this card when I made it, but now that I look at it, I don't really like it so much. I think my style has changed slightly yet again since November last year!

I have to say I'm totally craving stamping atm. But I have nothing with me here in Timaru T_T And I still have another 5 1/2 weeks left here! Perhaps if I had a big Crop In Style tote, then I'd have an easier time taking things around with me. There's even a decent scrapbooking shop in Timaru, and they do crops every two weeks. If I only had my things!!!!! I need to find myself a way to get myself one of those Crop In Style totes. Can't get them new here, and those ppl trying to sell theirs are all in North Island and won't ship them to where I am :(

But anyway, card time.


So a fairly simpile card. Three pieces of different cardstock, put them all together side by side and heat emboss images. Separate them out slightly on a card base, wrap around some vellum and ribbon. Heat emboss sentiment. Easy as pie.

Anyway, I'll leave you with this card. I have two other cards that needs to be shared, but one of them is Stephinka's bday card. I will share it on her birthday unless it reaches her in the next 36hrs (which I highly doubt).

Thanks for coming by!

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
STAMP: [PTI] Simple Sunflowers, Inside & Out: Birthday
INK: Versamark
PAPER: [PTI] Vintage Cream, Berry Sorbet, Summer Sunrise, New Leaf; Vellum
OTHER: [Filigree] Embossing Powder (clear); [SU!] Stampin' embossing powder (white); [Celebrate!] Satin Ribbon (cream); [PTI] Button (Simply Chartreuse); [KaiserCraft] Rhinestone (silver)

2 comments:

Deb said...

Beautiful card! I love clear embossing powder. So simple, yet so pretty! Sorry you aren't able to craft. Hang in there!

Deanna Jean said...

LOVE this! Great colors and I love how the flowers go right from one color to the next. Going to add this to my list of cards to make :)