Happy Birthday Flower

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Hello friends,

It seems that everywhere I take trip to the blog land, the theme is about flowers. So I created greeting card using flower image as below.

Firstly, I color the background strip using Distress Ink Tattered Rose and a strip stencil that I created myself from plastic cotton pack. Since I don't have flower stamps yet so I'm using flower image from a wrapping paper. I glued the image on a paper and cut it with scissor. I manually cut the flowers into two, one I use double tape to attach it on the card and another, I use foam tape. Thus, would give a paper tole effect. I also add coloring to the image with Prisma Pencil to make it more alive and less stiff.


For the finishing touch I add some sequins and a happy birthday die cut sentiment which I got from -mbak Nova- two years ago from her die cut pack of challenge gift back in 2013 :)
 

I enter the card on the following challenges:

A Gem of A Challenge - Challenge #145 Flowers
Artistic Inspirations - Challenge #132 Anything Goes with a twist of die cuts
Melon Headz Friends - Flower Everywhere Challenge
Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge - Challenge #229 Anything Goes

Thank you for visiting my blog and hope you'll have a lovely Sunday with your loved ones!
See you soon!

Materials I used:
Cardstock - local paper white color and cream pattern
Strip background coloring - Distress Ink Tattered Rose
Strip stencil - DIY from plastic cotton pack
Image - Flower from wrapping paper
Word - from a friend
Sequins - non branded collection

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6 comments

  1. A lovely creation. Thanks for sharing with us at Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenges.
    Mags
    x

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    1. Thank you so much Mags!!! really appreciate it! :)

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  2. Very sweet and pretty...good luck with your entry at Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge.
    Amy-DT

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  3. Such a pretty card, love the stylish CAS design, thanks for joining us at A Gem of a Challenge xx

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