Yet again it is Wednesday and that means another challenge over at the Stampotique Designers' Challenge blog. This week it is Kristen's turn and she chose 'flowers' as her theme. This is what she said :
' We may be nearing towards the end of summer, and for most, the flowers are fully bloomed, but for me, some of the best flowers are yet to come. I love the gigantic sunflowers and the autumn mums, and for that reason, I challenge you to use flowers in your creations this week. Have fun !'
I decided to go vintage on this occasion and made a birthday card.
Why not have a go as well. You could win one of two $30 gift vouchers to spend in the Stampotique Online Store. Just remember : only one entry per person per challenge and no digi's.
Here's mine :
I started with a piece of kraft card stock that I inked the edges of, with Distress inks in Vintage Photo and Walnut stain. Next I tore a page of dictionary paper in about the size of the card panel and distressed that too with the same inks. I glued it to the card panel. Next I put the 'splattered mug' stamp on it. I then stamped the 'Sunflower Large' three times on white card stock and coloured the flowers with Copic Markers, clear embossed them and cut them out. Next I adhered them on top of the dictionary paper. I then tore a bit of corrugated card, inked it and adhered it over the bottom of the flower stems. I then wrapped some twine around the panel and attached the little craft panel with the birthday wish with staples. Lastly I adhered the panel to a card.
I used the following Stampotique Stamps:
Thanks for stopping by !
Hope you like it....