MIX123 - challenge for you this week has two options.
Option A: In honor of National Doughnut Day make a hole in your project.
Option B: Take that messed up project and turn it into a beautiful oops!
I did both, I used an oops with the black lacy piece. It was to be a doily but when I ran it through a second time to get a better cut it got turned and cut all the way through so the center was completely unusable. There is also a hole in the center of the white music embossed piece. This was a left over on my desk from cutting out ovals for some wedding invitations. The mix comes in with the news paper wrapped around the roses and sponging and stickles on the flowers.
IC496 - Wreaths Board by Ana. I loved that board and had trouble coming up with a concept for yesterdays challenges and this board got me going on these roses with this image: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/60869032440422534/. Once I got the idea of roses I pulled this stamp set from Heartfelt Creations and was off with a graduation card with roses.
The graduation cap and diploma are both stickers left over from my nieces graduation invitations.
Using up scraps - my own personal challenge to myself. The white oval was left over scraps from cutting out wedding invitations. The roses were all cut out of left over scraps from cutting the ovals. The greens were also cut out of scraps from other card projects and the black and yellow butterflies were left over scraps or pieces that did not work out on other projects.
Thanks for looking.
Date: Saturday, June 6, 2015 GMT Views: 1541
Registered: June 4, 2009 Location: Deatsville, Alabama Posts: 54858
Sun, Jun 07, 2015 @ 5:23 AM
I love how you did all those challenges with this one card and it is a beauty. Great embossing and design and your flowers are super pretty. I love you even honored National Doughnut day too!!! Great card my friend! Hugz
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