I used this week's color challenge - More Mustard, Cherry Cobbler and Calypso Coral (also white, chocolate and a bit of green for the leaves)
I doodled on the flower and around the frame. I used the bird punch to make the stem/leaves.
I also used a previous technique to punch around a circle. I used the scallop trim punch and trimmed it so I could bend it around in a circle shape. Not the easiest technique, but it makes your punch more versatile with things other than a straight line!
(oops I just noticed it now, I meant for the flower to be upside down to match Carol's flower!)
Date: Thursday, September 1, 2011 GMT Views: 963
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Sat, Sep 03, 2011 @ 2:47 PM
Clever idea to have "free" QFTD76!! What a great honor to case Carol!! She is an incredible card maker!! Great job!!
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Thu, Sep 08, 2011 @ 3:30 AM
Trish this is so pretty. I love your flower and that awesome embossing. You have captured my love for butterflies on cards. I think all through spring and summer I fill my cards with butterflies....lol I just love how you layered them. Such a pretty card. Your have captured my style in this spectacular creation. Thank you so much for honoring me with this beautiful card. I really appreciate it. Now I must leave before the internet crashes on me and I can't submit this...lol
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