March 16, 2015
I saw a card on Pinterest by Heather Van Looy who cased/was inspired by Beth Rush and fell in LOVE with the design! I just had to make one of these flowers with “ribbon leaves.” I shared it with my girls at our Stamp-a-Stack – what a fun afternoon it was- a big THANKS to all who attended the event!
I used Crushed Curry ink on Daffodil Delight cardstock with the SU Bloom for You single stamp, and I punched it out with the Fun Flower punch. I picked the sentiment from the SU Butterfly Basics stamp set and used the Satin Stitched Mossy Meadow 3/8″ ribbon for the leaves which lead to the Mossy Meadow card base. The cute little Rich Razzleberry button is a past SAB item so I bordered the white panel I stamped with the SU Dotty Angles with the same color- Rich Razzleberry .
The concept is clean and simple- we stamped, punched, layered and it was done with a big WOW at the end. I am sharing it with the gang at The Paper Players # 236 since it has a clean and simple FLORAL theme this week.
Wow this is gorgeous! And how do you get such beautiful pictures?
Cindy, this is beautiful!!!!! I love the way you wrapped the ribbon to make the leaves for the flower. How do you get those gorgeous pictures? Let me know, My Friend! XX Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players this week!
This is gorgeous! The colors work so well together and I love the dotty background. Thanks so much for joining us at The Paper Players.
Cindy, your card just makes me smile! Love the color combo and that fabulous layered flower. Thank you so much for joining us this week at The Paper Players! 🙂
Love the green cascading down! Incredible colors!