Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Get Well Wishes

Have I mentioned how excited I am to start as a full-time Scrap our Stash DT Member? So much that I wanted to celebrate with you all and send out some candy to everyone that participates in both the August Flower challenge and the Pagerize This #1 challenge.

So, hurry off and go create something. If you need inspiration for the August Flower challenge, I suppose I could share something ;)

Get Well Wishes

This flower was made using a tutorial posted by Nichole Heady's blog. I have totally fallen in love with these flowers and as a crochet-avid love how simple these are. The DMC floss is also perfect, since they are cheap and varied in color. These flower embellishments can be simple or decadent, depending on how their centers are chosen.

Get Well Wishes
Stamps: Pic-Nic Patterns, Fancy Phrases (Waltzingmouse Stamps)
Paper: Paper Basics Card Stock - Kraft (Papertrey Ink)
Ink: Earth Elements - Chocolate Chip (Stamping Up!); Perfect Match Pigment Ink - Fresh Snow, Raspberry Fizz (Papertrey Ink)
Embellishments: Crystal Stickers Strip - White Pearls (Mark Richards); Vintage Buttons - White (Papertrey Ink); Embroidery Floss - ? (DMC); GellyRoll - Glaze Clear Opaque (Sakura)

So, now it's your turn. Remember, that if enter both the August Flower challenge and the Pagerize This #1 challenge, I will send you a little surprise participation candy. Just leave me a comment on this post and how to get in touch with you.


Dana said...

Die Häkelblume ist total süß und verleiht Deiner Karte das gewisse "Extra"!


Liebe Grüße, Dana

Christina said...

Love your crocheted flower and the way you combined it with the stamped flowers! Thanks so much for your comment on my blog. I also use Nichole's crochet flower pattern and DMC floss and love how soft and dainty they turn out. Plus the range of colors makes it easy to find a match!

Vera W. Yates (Ling) said...

This is cute! Love that knitted flower!

Kathi said...

Woo-hoo! Belated congrats on your new gig.

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