Feeling good today, although the other half has ‘man-flu’ 🙁 bless him. Hope everyone else in blog-land is feeling good though.
So I attempted the Case Study challenge again this week as my first attempt went really well- I got into the top 3 !!! Whoo-hoo, get me. Here’s my card for today (just thought I should say that I love it and really enjoyed making it) …
How great is my transparent rosette flower???? I just think its sooo fun. The tape measure stamp is from MME ‘Indie Chic’ collection and I stamped it a number of times onto acetate, then cut them up into a number of short strips and attached them with a brad. So cute.
The paper is from the first Lost and Found collection from MME. I chose four papers that went great together, three of which I used a border punch on to get the petticoat effect.
The sentiment is from Unity- it is a SOTM stamp and I’m sooo glad I joined this club as the stamps that pop through my letterbox once a week are fab.
The dress-form stamp is from MME (I may have a tiny obsession) and I have stamped this on to acetate so I could get the script to come off the side of the card.
Hope you like it and maybe inspire you to give this cute little rosette a go xxxxxx
Stampalot border punch
The Ribbon Reel neutrals, damask (black damask paper) and ribbon
The Paper Girls transparency
One Crazy Stamper acetate
Case Study sketch
Simon Says Stamp border punch