Due September 14 - Inspired by....pick something - say a pattern in a piece of clothing, colors in a rug. Some design that inspires you.
My inspiration for this challenge comes from a new knitting book I just bought. Yes, I knit too... I love stamping, but there's nothing like the soothing 'click clack' sound of the needles and warmth of soft wool gathering in your lap. Besides, it's something I can do without my kids bugging me to 'help' or use my supplies... LOL.
I just love this scarf - it's so fun and the colors so cheerful.
My photos are awful - sorry, gang... hubby is away and I'm reduced to taking my own pics.
So, when I started planning my card, I knew I wanted to re-create the floppiness of the flowers and make them 3D... I remembered Lisa Somerville's flower card I received in a swap and the next thing I knew...
TA-DA... scarf meets paper...
The flowers were easy to make - I just used the circle & oval punches for the petals and rolled the c/s around the end of a paintbrush. Centers are from a knotted piece of grosgrain.
As my son would say... it takes paper crafting "to a whole new level!"
Stamps: Warm Words
Ink: Wild Wasabi
C/S: Very Vanilla, Rose Red, Real Red, Cameo Coral, PIxie Pink
Access: Lg Circle Punch, Lg Oval Punch, 1/4" Cicle Punch, Celery Grosgrain Ribbon, Paintbrush, DSP Celery.