Thursday, April 19, 2012
Good morning! I have a "no stamping" card to share with you today. The SCS sketch challenge looked fun yesterday, so I thought I would play along. This simple card took me all day to complete...between meetings at work, transporting kids, groceries, and church...I worked on it small intervals of time. I am not sure I am happy with it though; I think my mojo has taken a hike! LOL I do have some ideas for revisions though, so I may try that.
Paper: SU! Real Read, PTI True Black, The Paper Studio DP
Embellies: Spare Parts Brads
Extras: MFT Die-namics Royal Rose Die, PTI Pure Poppy Felt, The Cat's Pajamas Felt (green leaves), The Crafter's Workshop Template
Just a note about the felt flower....I had some pre-made red flowers that were too big. Then I made a flower with my die and it was too small; I simply die cut more felt and continued to roll it around the "too small" flower. Voila'! Problem solved!
Hope you have a great Thursday; thanks for stopping by!
Labels: Crafter's Workshop, Felt, MFT Die-namics, SCS Sketch Challenge, Spare Parts, The Paper Studio
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This is gorgeous Angela,love the black and red.xxx
Well, I think this is a stunner of a card! Love the striking color combo, and the clean modern feel of this card.
this is such a cool and noble card! absolutely stunning! love it!
hugs and kisses from germany,
This card is stunning, so beautiful and elegant. My fav color is red so you know I love that big felt flower. Fabulous card Angela.
Stunning card, Angela. Wow- the colors are perfect and also your red felt flower.
Hi Angela ,Fabulous rich colours and a great looking card well done . I am feeling much better now and am back viewing everyone’s creations. I love what you have been creating lately , fantastic work
well done Hugs Elaine
Wow fabulous card! Love the zebra design paper! Your felt flower is really pretty. Love the colour. The circle with the brads is so really gorgeous.
That is so cool!!
This is awesome! Love the zebra print and the pop of red is great. Such a great take on that sketch, that looked like a challenging one!
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