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Mash Up 35

Sorry I haven't posted in a while. I've been working on this, then had a creative slump. Then today, my Stampin' Success Magazine arrived just in the nick of time! So here is my card! I used Baja Breeze (my new FAVE!) Poppy Parade and So Saffron. I also used a corduroy brad in Crumb Cake and Pear Pizazz for the leaves and a white ribbon. Hope you enjoy!


If you're a SU Demo, you probably saw the "Awash with Flowers" card listed on page 19. So cool! If you're not a demo, I used the 4 petal flower outline (because there is a double-set) and stamped it three times. I cut them out and colored them, then layered them to make a full flower! Added the corduroy brad (because of what I have that looked the best) I also added some dazzling diamonds to make the flower dewy.

Have a scrap-tastic day!

Comments

  1. Super cute. I love how you created the flower, and I like the colors you picked. Great card!

    TFS!
    Belinda

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  2. Well waiting and playing around with your project payed off!! It came out great.. What a great idea to make a flower. I really like the sparkle. Thanks for joining us at The Mashup!

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  3. I love those colors together, and the glitter really shines! Thanks for playing along with us at Friday Mashup!.

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  4. I love the flower as the main image, what a great idea. Thanks for hanging out with us at Friday Mashup! And also want to thank you for using the banner on your blog post!

    Hugs
    Shirley
    www.lookatmycutestuff.blogspot.com

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  5. You did a great job with the sketch. That flower is terrific!

    When do you get to Fairbanks? The aurora has been out there the last few weeks and its been amazing!(we even had the northern lights in my part of Alaska!).

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  6. Thanks for all of the lovely comments!! We get to Alaska early July.

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