My turn to share this week at the Unstampabelles challenge here
#112: Seasons and Seasonal
with the TWIST: use handmade flower(s)
REMEMBER: No stamps!
At the moment it is the start of winter here in Melbourne, I am already looking forward to summer though. I do like roses and have several white iceberg standards in my garden however they are not in flower at the moment – they tend to look their best here in early November. Picture the Melbourne Cup at Flemington for those into horse racing. So roses are definately a seasonal flower.
A close up of the textured rose paper I made. I used the Stamplorations (Artplorations) stencil Old Rose Prints, textured paste, re-inkers and a touch of glitter.
I cut my piece down and added to co ordinating cardstock to one side of my card base. I used rolled roses with enamel centres and die cut leaves to complete my card.
I am linking my card upto the current Stencil challenge at Stamplorations here
Now while I had the texture paste, reinkers and glitter out I made a few other pieces!
I kind of got carried away! I would have made more too except I ran out of bench and floor space in my craftroom. Yep I started putting pieces on the floor to dry. I’m sure I have enough to last me for years now.
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4 thoughts on “Unstampabelles June challenge:#112 Seasons and Seasonal TWIST: use handmade flower(s)”
Your stencilled flower looks stunning! And I love your idea of creating loads of other backgrounds for future use while you were in the mood! Well done Vicki!
Thanks Ann. Now I need to get motivated to use all these backgrounds! 🙂
Love this card Vicki, the glittery section and then those wonderful hand made flowers. Looks brilliant.