There is a challenge at the Flower Soft blog and that is to use wire.
Flower Soft sells white covered wires to use with Flower Soft and there are so many different things to do with them. The team was challenged to see what they could do. I simply twisted a piece of the wire into a flower shape and then applied a generous layer of the white glue to that. Once it was all covered on the top side, I sprinkled on the Flower Soft and left it to dry.
I thought it turned out pretty fun for an embellishment for my card.
Next up, The Twinery is the sponsor at Card Positioning Systems blog this week. I LOVED the package I received with some pretty neat colors and I just knew I needed to use an assortment of them for my card.
I simply cut my circle (it is really a half circle since it wasn't going to all show), I covered that with a double stick tape and then started laying down my pieces. I started in the middle because I knew my biggest challenge was going to be to keep my lines straight!!! I cut them as I went along. The edges have a slight frayed look to them and I like that too. The butterfly is a stamp from My Cute Stamps and the sentiment is from Paper Smooches.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)
super use of these materials!!!ReplyDelete
Great take on the Flower Soft challenge, Linda! The card is so pretty and happy! I love how you wrapped the twine on the half circle on the second card.ReplyDelete
Love these cards! I think I will have to try the flower one tonight! Love Penny Scrapemail@example.comReplyDelete
Love the cards ~the second one is adorable with the twine and the way you used it!!! very cool and so pretty!!!! Great work!!!ReplyDelete
Great use of product and challenge!! This Flower Soft card is amazing :)ReplyDelete
These are BEAUTIFUL!!! LOVING the wrapped twine!! GENIUS!ReplyDelete
Darling cards Linda! I love the creative ways you used both the Flower Soft and the Twine!ReplyDelete
Lovely creations, so elegant.ReplyDelete
Wow clever girl...these are AMAZING! ! I especially LOVE the use of the twine! !ReplyDelete