Tuesday, February 23, 2010

What can you do with Flower Soft and stickers?

First off - don't forget about the Pink Persimmon sketch challenge in this POST. Create any kind of a card to go with the sketch and you can be in the running to win stamps! You have until the 28th of February to link your card to my blog.
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Second - look what you can do with Flower Soft!
The Flower Soft team are all going to show you examples of this challenge.
The challenge is to "write" or "draw" with the Aleene's Tacky glue and then to add Flower Soft to that. The advantage is that you can "write" a name or a word, you can "draw" a flower or some other shape. Endless possibilities and so easy.
I chose to "write" the word hello with the Aleene's Tacky glue and then I sprinkled that with black Ultra Fine Flower Soft. The little container of the glue that Flower Soft sells comes with a great, little tip so that you can get in tiny spaces but it also allows you to "write" or "draw" with the glue.
Notice my punched border and my pleated paper.
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And, now for the stickers - Caardvarks blog is having a challenge to use stickers on a creation. They are focusing on SRM stickers and since I didn't have any, I got into my stash of stickers and pulled out these Mrs. Grossmans vehicle stickers.
I paired my school bus and school sign with these October Afternoon patterned papers and this amazing NEW embossed cardstock by Core'dinations and Cosmo Cricket. I did place my stickers on white cardstock and then I cut out around the shapes. I wanted my little image to be more sturdy and then I could also add them to my card with foam tape for some dimension.
Notice the black cardstock with the letters on it. That is the Cosmo Cricket embossed cardstock. All I needed to do to it was to sand it and the letters just pop out.

Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)

HELLO card
Materials:
Cardstock – Core Essentials/Core’dinations
Black Ultra Fine Flower SoftTacky Glue – Aleene’s®
Patterned paper – Little Yellow Bicycle

Butterfly punch and Border punch - Martha Stewart
Flower punch – Papershapers
Glitter brad – Making Memories
Machine Sewing

THANK YOU – SCHOOL BUS card
Materials:
Cardstock – Cosmo Cricket embossed collection and Core Essentials/Core’dinations
Patterned paper – October AfternoonApron Lace border punch – Fiskars

School bus and School sign stickers – Mrs. Grossmans
Rub-on sentiment – Making Memories
Sandpaper
Foam tape – 3M

20 comments:

Kelley Eubanks said...

Awesome cards! I love them all! I scrolled through your blog and Wow!! You are one talented lady! Loving your cards and your scrapbook pages!

Thanks so much for visiting me and leaving me some love and for the scrapbook tips! I really appreciate it! :)

Lydia said...

Linda you rocked the sticker Challenge those are AWESOME, love love love the bright colors and great use of cars!!

Erin Smetak said...

I LOVE all of your projects today! They are fantastic!!!

Julia said...

What a great idea. I love working with flower soft.

Anabelle said...

Fabulous, Linda!! I love the flower soft as the writing and the bus cards are soooo precious.

kimosabescraps said...

I'm really loving all your ideas about flower soft... this writing/drawing one is my favorite.. really great for boy pages etc where you may not be using flowers.. kwim?
great texture and softness!

Deborah Saaranen said...

Very cute designs Linda! Fantastic color/paper choices, and adorable work!

Cheryl Nelson said...

You are so GOOD!! LOve all of these so much!

Rose Ann said...

Darling projects, Linda!! Your Flower Soft sentiment looks fabulous, and I love your beautiful card!!

Jacque said...

What absolutely darling cards, Linda!!! And your use of Flower Soft is stunning!!! Gorgeous work...Hugs..Jacque

Monika Reeck said...

Lovely card love the one with the SCHOOL BUS it is soo cuute and the card with TAXI too....good luck with the challenge (I am joining too the CAARDVARKS challenge would you mind to see my Blog :)) many thanks...

vtpuggirl said...

Love all your cards, esp the bus one! And now I really want some of that Cosmo cardstock!

Stephanie said...

oh my goodness, Linda!! I just LOVE that school bus thank you...how bright, cheerful, and fun! It fits perfectly for PaperCrafts current submission call - you definitely should enter that FABULOUS card :)

Lisa Dorsey said...

What great cards Linda! Love the colors on the last two!

Linda Rodriguez said...

You are just a card goddess, Linda! I always love seeing your creative, clever and lovely cards.

chelemom said...

I love all of your cards!!! Thanks for sharing!

Ruby said...

What a lovely blog. I LOVE your style! These cards are FAB! :o)

Lindalou said...

I love the border on you "hello" card and also that pleated paper. What a cool technique

Kathy said...

So many wonderful cards and using flower soft on letters genius idea :)

Amy said...

Fabulous cards!! I love your use of the flowersoft on the first one.