The paper ribbon these flowers are made of just reached out and grabbed me at Hobby Lobby one day. Had absolutely no idea what I would ever use it for! It is rather fragile, so after die-cutting the flowers, I sprayed with Glimmer Mist to give them a little body and shaped while barely damp. Each flower layer except the top one is popped on a foam square, top layers applied with glue dots.
Since I wanted the focus to be this gorgeous paper, the rest of the card is very simple. I die-cut the foliage from another roll of the paper ribbon, die-cut the frame from green and popped it with foam tape. Finished with half pearls, and here we are! Day Four of the DTGD Fan Club Challenge. Why don't you join us?
Date: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 GMT Views: 529
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Registered: March 24, 2006 Location: Posts: 38852
Tue, Jul 31, 2012 @ 10:49 PM
Jody! You're back! Yay! Oh my...let me take this in now. My goodness! You are good! What a gorgeous bloom! Your color is striking. I love that you began your gallery this week! Fabulous!
------------------------------ Pat Smethers
"The Lord will guide you always; He will satisfy your needs in a sun scorched land and strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden." Isaiah 58:11
Registered: July 6, 2008 Location: Lexington, MA Posts: 1044
Tue, Aug 07, 2012 @ 6:42 AM
It's what you DID with the paper - brought it to life! understated but important supporting role - the greenery behind the flower! A level of detail much appreciated; thanks for playing in DTGD challenges. I'm so glad to now have the time to study your entries.
------------------------------ Amy S. Corr http://www.amycorr.stampinup.net
If you have a talent, use it in every way ... spread it lavishly like a millionaire intent on going broke. Brendan Frances