Wednesday, May 25, 2011

a few cards

Here is a very short and sweet post with some cards....


This first one is a simple card using a double sided paper from which one side has had flowers fussy cut and then the reverse side of the paper is used as the base. I have then added a circle from the circles pack and layered the flowers around it. Then add a sticker, this one is from 7gypsys.


 The next three cards are made using one of the Big Girls Blooms by Linda Baldock. I was at a crop last week and Linda had a bag of them on her side of the desk...i stole one!!...and made 3 cards from the one chipboard flower...not bad for the budget conscious hey!

On this card, i poured a heap of wet glue and put a piece of tissue paper on the top and scrunched it up. With the outside shape of the chipboard bloom,  Icovered it with paper and filed the sides off. Added a tag and sticker.

 This card has the centre of the chipboard bloom, i have used a embossing tool to add highlights to the petals, inked the flower and wrapped some string around the centre with a tag on the string . I have cut the same shape as the flower from a embossed cardstock, inked it and layed it under the chip flower.


 With this part of the bloom, i have cut a shape the same size, use a double sided paper for effect, then cut into the petals in strips and then twirled a few of them with a quilling tool. Then place this on the top of the chipboard bloom and use a sticker for the centre of the flower. Add a ribbon bow to the base.


Just a few examples of what you can use just one bloom to make. Your chipboard shapes are good templates for card makers to use.

Get your local scrap store to get some of these lovely flowers in soon....and make a few cards for your stash! Be-friend us on Facebook and upload your creations for us to see.

Til later
happy scrapping
San  xxx

1 comment:

  1. oh my lordy! I just read this you are funny! but I do love what you did with it...still scratching my head how you got it...and when? ;)

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