This is for CC357 to use Blusing Bride, Riding Hood Red and Baja Breeze. I saw the challenge today from work and hoped I would get home in time to play. I thought the pink and red would be so pretty to use to create a variegated flower. I tried my hand at creating a three rosebud spray and I really like how they turned out. I was then hit with the strugle of how to mix in the Baja Breeze so I decided to create a tiny little blue flower to embellish the spray. I think it turned out sweet even though I would normally not have used that color mixed with the variegated roses. I guess that we call it a challenge. Check out my rosebud tutorial on my blog if you would like to see how I made my roses. http://kittiekraft.typepad.com/kitti...-tutorial.html
Paper: Blusing Bride, White, Baha Breeze, Olive
Ink: Red Riding Hood
Accessoires: Circle Punches, Stylus, Mat, Sponge, Glossy Accents, Martha Stewart Heart PATP Set, Mounting Tape, Dotted Swiss, Poppy Stamps Gentle LEaf Die, Martha Stewart Branch Punch, 1/8" Circle Punch Organdy
Date: Tuesday, January 10, 2012 GMT Views: 4537
Registered: March 11, 2007 Location: In my Garden in West Jefferson, Ohio Posts: 939
Wed, Jan 11, 2012 @ 4:10 AM
Oh Kittie..........what a beautiful card..........
When I first saw it I thought the little blue flowers were actually suppose to be juniper berries.........on the evergreen branches. It totally works for me.
Love the tutorial.
GardenDiva AKA Tina DeLong
Fan Club Member & Tuesday Teapotter Hostess MMTPT222
Thyme began in a Garden. Jeremiah 29:11