Wow, that was a gorgeous teapot Cindy came up with this week. I could make cards all day inspired by that, but most of them would weigh a ton with all the buttons I'd need :D.
To make my card for Sandy more mailable I didn't use any buttons, but did bring lots of the requisite bling.
Base is Bazzill Bling cut with the largest Scalloped Circles Nestabilities. Then I cut a white circle, drew a grid on it and stamped Little Flowers in all sorts of colours. I added bling on the the scalloped base and tiny little gems in the centres of some of the flowers. I love how this turned out - the only thing I'd do different another time is that maybe I should have drawn a 3/4" or even 5/8" grid instead of a 1/2" one - the flowers are just a teeny bit crowded.
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Tue, Jun 21, 2011 @ 4:26 AM
The more flowers, the merrier, I say! Love this happy card and it's blingedy bling.
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Tue, Jun 21, 2011 @ 4:40 AM
Sabrina! You amaze me...this unbelievable designer dodgeball paper is hand stamped? Wow, you did a good job, bigtime good job! I love how perfectly you stamped them....just drawing a grid would have through me into a tizzy much less stamping so perfectly! Definately not random! What wonderful rhinestones you added as well! Dont blame you for going with a light weight.......more economical to mail and definately quicker on the feet, you know....for dodge ball! Ha!