Just got home from the doc...I have a 'bad' case of broncitis....is it possible for bronchitis to effect a person's creativity...I hope that is the only reason. Anyway, I keep attempting to create, hoping something wonderful will 'pop' out. In the meantime, I found this beautiful piece of pattern paper in my 'stash' and wanted to try and make it the main focus of a card...it is so pretty all by itself...well to me it is. So, I made this card as a thank you for my sister...who sent me 2 beautiful sets of beaded jewelry she had made. I stamped the pattern piece with the linen bg stamp using very vanilla craft ink...I think I should have done that to the stamped flower as well. I stamped the leaves directly to the pattern paper, after stamping off one time. The edges of the papers are sponged. I like this card ok..but I don't think the 'wild rose' set was the best one to use...but nothing else I had on hand seemed to work any better, so I just left it the way it is. What should I do to make this card better, make it more 'elegant'...any suggestions...they will be appreciated!
TFL Barb g
Date: Thursday, August 30, 2007 GMT Views: 713
Accessories: Taffeta Ribbon (from my August Paper Pretties monthly kit), Green Organdy (SU). Narrow Pink Satin (Offray from WM), Large Pearl (KandCompany from Ecletic Paperie online store), Rose Pearls (Ellen Hutson's Online Store), Ticket Corner Punch,
Techniques: 2 step stamping, the flower is cut out two times, cut out and added with dimensionals