Friday, May 21, 2010

Felt {flowers!}

Hi blog peeps!!!  Happy Friday to you!  Wow, did this week fly by again for me! How about you?  Well, thankfully, I got to catch my breath a little this morning and channeled some creativity with my early morning cup of coffee.  I am still on my flower kick, and I really do love the Island Floral and Blossom Party dies!  So, this time, I thought I'd create some felt flowers.  Here's a look at my full card:
I think it's got such a summery feel to it!  I love that Dahlia like flower - it's fun and it really makes me smile! :)  The leaves and smaller flowers in the middle are from the Island Floral Bigz die and the bigger outer flowers are from the Blossom Party Originals die.  The DSP I used is the Island Party DSP from the SU! Summer Mini catalog.  Not only did I create a scallop square card as you see above, but it's also one of those that you can prop up.  I think they're called Easel cards.  Here's another look:
The inside of the card has a border that makes the card "prop up."  Here's a look from the side:
So, what do you think?  Hope you like it.  Here's the recipe:
{Felt Flower Congrats!}
*Stamp Set: Say it with Scallops (retired SU!)
*Cardstock: Whisper White, Pumpkin Pie, Melon Mambo, Island Party DSP
*Inks: Pumpkin Pie Classic Ink Pad
*Accessories: SU! Island Floral Bigz die, SU! Blossom Party Originals die; SU! Scallop Square Clear Bigz die, Sherbet buttons, Pumpkin Pie Corduroy button, Scallop Trim Border, Scallop Square punch, 1 1/4" square punch, Melon Mambo Polka Dot Grosgrain ribbon
Thanks so much for coming by today.  Have a great Friday!!


6 comments:

~amy~ said...

LOVE this...the colors are absolutely delish and that feltie bloom ROCKS!! Happy Friday Girlie!

Anonymous said...

Rose,
What a great card!
Love the colors... so summery! :)
I also seem to be stuck on flowers (and butterflies)!
By the way, thank you for the great peony flower tutorial! :)
Take care!
Kris

Kathy Martin said...

LOVE that flower! :)

Be(e) said...

Amazing card!! Feels like summer, indeed! Makes me smile too :)

Helen F. said...

Love the cheery colors and of course your fabulous felt flower!:o!

Priscilla said...

Wow, what a beautiful card. I love the colors and everything about it! :o)

~*Priscilla Aguilar*~
http://faeriedreamsandpaperwishes.blogspot.com

P.S. What do you use to prop your cards on when you photograph them?