Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Tuesday Morning Sketches #60

Good Morning!  I hope your week is off to a great start.  I am so excited about this week's challenge over at Tuesday Morning Sketches.  Oh my goodness - this has been a fun one to put together.  I am sponsoring this week and the prize is a nice selection of handmade flowers... made by me!


So this week's challenge is to create a card or project using handmade flowers.  I combed through many tutorials on You Tube and other blogs to learn as many types of flowers as I could.  You've seen some recent work with flowers I've made using Penny Duncan's SVG files which is sort of how this challenge got started.


For this marigold, I followed a tutorial I found on You Tube by an extremely talented paper artist named Claire, you can see her video here.  These were pretty easy to make.  I even created my own SVG by importing a digital image into SCAL that look very much like the punches she used.  I am so proud of myself for getting that figured out!

I also couldn't create this card without the help of an awesome sketch!  I used the one over at Our Creative Corner Sketch.

Supplies:
Card stock:  Kraft (SU), Gold and Cream (Recollections)
Paper:  The Breathe Paper Collection (Prima)
Stamps/Ink:  Poppies & Greetings (SNSS), Rich Cocoa (Memento)
Tools:  Cricut/SCAL, SVGs by me, Cuttlebug, Floral Fantasy embossing folder

I hope you join us this week over at Tuesday Morning Sketches.  It'll be a lot of fun and definitely a little challenging.  Thanks for stopping by.

5 Encouraging Thoughts:

Jessica G. said...

Gorgeous bloom, Melissa! I can visualize a whole garden of these, too!!

Angela said...

Your flower is beautiful; the dimension is fabulous! It's the perfect accent for your card!

Jacki Randolph said...

Gorgeous flower!!! I agree it's the perfect accent to your card!

Lisa said...

Hi Melissa! I LOOOOVE the dimension to this flower! It is so stunning and looks like a real daffodil opening up! Beautiful!

Theresa said...

Your magnolia is amazing!! It doesn't even look like paper. Fabulous job.

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