Hi. Hope everyone’s day has got off to a great start. Student free day so have my youngest home today plus I am expecting some tradesmen any time now! We all know how predictable tradies are right?
Anyway I have two cards to share today.
The first is for The Greeting Farm Fresh Friday Challenge Paper Piercing. This is a technique I only tried a little while ago and I am enjoying it.
I have used The Greeting Farm Miss Anya Collection along with sentiment from PTI Train Tracks. I used Twine from SU, cardstock from American Crafts and Pebbles. A Fiskars border punch and tag die from life style crafts. This card is for a 13 year old girl I think she came up alright.
The second card is a first for me. This is the first pinwheel I have ever made. I was surprised at how easy it was. I used DSP from MME Miss Caroline for the pinwheel and a brad from my stash along with a tooth pick for the handle. I used PTI Tiny Tags and die stamped with SU Regal Rose and Soft Suede tied with Blossom twine from the The Twinery. The other cardstock is also from my stash. I punched out butterflies from kraft cardstock using carl and armada punches. Finished off with some rhinestones and hand drawn butterfly trials.
Thanks for stopping by.
6 thoughts on “Pinwheel challenge at Embellish Magazine and The Greeting Farm Fresh Friday”
Wow, great pair. I love the first one and admire your pinwheel – I have yet to make one!
Thanks. You should give it a go, I watched a video on SC which was really simple.
Wow I love your cards! Congratulations on your first pinwheel – I created my first pinwheel for this challenge too! Good luck with both challenges!
Adorable!!! I love this stamp and have used it many times! Great pin wheel too! I’m so glad you decided to play with us at The Greeting Farm FFF. Do you know about Anya Spies over on TGF forum at SCS? If not, you need to find out cause you just might be the next winner of a digital stamp from TGF!
Thanks for the tip. Will look at this. Thanks for stopping.
Both your cards are FABulous! I’ve never made a pin wheel (well maybe I did at school… but that was just a few years ago now….) Great choice of DP’s!