This card was designed for a friend a work, she is always so thoughtful and so I thought I would give her this card to let her know how much her friendship means to me.
Size 5 1/2 x 4 1/4
Base: Black Cardstock
Designer Paper: 4 x 2
Red Cardstock: 4 x 3 2/16 & 5 Scallop Circles for Flower
White Cardstock: 3 14/16 x 2 14/16
Black Cardstock: 4 1/4 x 1 2/16
White Cardstock: 4 x 1
Stamps: Penny Black-Sweet Smiles
Hero Arts-Thank You (CL351)
Stickles: Christmas Red
Punch: Stampin'UP!-Scallop Circle 1 3/4
To make the Flower you will need to punch out 5-6 Scallop Circles
Place one on top of each other, and make a whole large enough in the middle so a brad can fit.
Place several together and cut slit after every two scallops (it will look like a heart) you will need to cut far enough down to allow you to bend the heart in half to form a petal.
Once you have made your petals on each of the scallop circles, layer them on top of each other and secure with a brad. You may need to scrunch your petals to give it a more realistic look. The more you work with the petals the better it looks.
Monday, April 4, 2011
Sunday, April 3, 2011
Wow, I just found out today that I was chosen for the Card of the Month for March at Creative Scrapbook Divas. Here is the link http://divascreativas.ning.com/group/cardmaking. This is a great scrapbook site for inspiration and a great way to meet people who love to paper craft. I hope that you will take the time to stop by their site and hopefully join like I did.
Here is the card-