I went through four stamp sets, I knew I had hit on something when I ended up with this flower. But the final breakthrough was when I wasn't trying to center it - a flower plopped in the center of a panel isn't always the most interesting look. I stamped the flower and sentiment then I found a rectangle nestabilities that cut off part of the flower.
I will be doing a lot of posting the next two days because, as usual, I have waited until the last minute to get ready for our monthly church cardmaking gathering on Thursday night and Friday afternoon - so be sure to check back!
- Stamps: Papertrey Ink Flower Fusion #1, Verve Thanks set
- Ink: Stampin' Up Melon Mambo, Wild Wasabi
- Paper: Stampin' Up Wild Wasabi and Melon Mambo CS, Pink Pirouette and Melon Mambo dsp, Very Vanilla
- Accessories: Nestabilities rectangle and scalloped rectangle, Cuttlebug embossing folder, Stampin' Up Wild Wasabi ribbon, Recollections (by Michaels) Glitter Adhesive Dots
I love your "On Edge" flower. It just gives this card it's own personality. This card has a "Pop" factor. I love it!! Thanks for joining us at PPC this week!ReplyDelete
OOOOOOHHH! I love this simple yet STUNNING card! Definitely has that WOW factor :) Thanks for playing with us at PPC this week!ReplyDelete
very pretty, extreme spring card! Thanks for sharing in the fun of PPC this week :-)ReplyDelete
Very nice, thanks for playing this week at PPC, your card is very nice, I love that stamp! WTG!ReplyDelete
I just love visiting your blog to see your beautiful work! The off center flower does indeed look great and a more than a little bit fun! Thanks for joining us at the PPC this week!
The off-centre panel provides great visual interest Kim & perfect embossed panelling to complement the main image. :)ReplyDelete
Whoop whoop! Congrats on your win at PPC! :)ReplyDelete