I made my own paper in photoshop by using a stampie from the Sundae of Seasons CD and dotting it randomly around the paper, I added some wording which I shaped and again randomly placed around the flowers and some little dots to fill the gaps. I used this paper on the bottom section of my card, the top section is embossed using the Crafts Too daisies folder and my big shot machine. I added glamour dust to the embossed part of the design, printed out a large version of the flower twice, shaped the petals and layered one on top of the other, I threaded a silver grey ribbon through the 'buttonholes' on the flower and tied in a bow. I also made a border from the same flowers for the card insert.
Check out the Polkadoodles challenge blog and see what the rest of the design team made of the challenge.
I will be entering this card into the following challenges
Digital Delights - Flowers
Do you stack up - Clear, lt pink, mauve
Ambers Crafts and Stuff - Flowers
Beautiful. Love the big flower. Thanks for sharing with us at Do You Stack Up.
This is simply gorgoeus!! Just love all the purple flowers!
very pretty Colette, love the flowers and your own DP
thanks for joining us at the DYSU challenge this week
Absolutely gorgeous! Love it.
Thanks for joining our challenge at Amber's crafts & stuff!
Very effective and pretty, love the insert (you know me!?)
Thanks for the Digital Stamp 'lesson' the other night. I may just get addicted - if only my colouring in didn't let me down. Roll on May for the Copic Class!
Hi Colette, your card is very elegant, wonderful! Thanks so much for joining us at DYSU this week! Janna
Colette, you designed a great card inside and out. I really like the flower border on the interior. Thanks so much for playing along with us at DYSU. Please join us again next week!
This is gorgeous! Thanks for joining in at DYSU this week!
Crafty Pal - www.amberscraftsandstuff.com
This is gorgeous!
Thanks for playing along with our Flower Challenge at Amber's Crafts and Stuff! I hope you will come back next Wednesday for Challenge #4!
Love the way you have made it all match - no printed papers - think I would cry ;-)
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