Today I felt like getting back to a girlie card and using a few of the lovely flowers and embellishments I just e received from the Ribbon Girl. Also of course I had to have a go with my wonderful free gifts from Papercraft inspirations this month, my LOTV bonnets and bowties pad and Happy Birthday Stamp. So the Ribbon Girls Lovely Lilli competion seemed the idea reason to create a card especially as I just love using my lovely LOTV posy trio stamps and my so cute James Daisy stamp.
I saw a spinning wheel on th internet the other day and fancied having a go at one and the posy trio stamps were perfect for this type of project. I decided to set the wheel into a twisted easel card.
Just got these lovely flowers from the ribbon girl which matched perfectly, they are an excellent site and so quick on despatch. Also they supply small quantities so you can try lots of different items for little cost. I simply can't recomend them enough, and they do the most marvellous lace and charms too.
I coloured James in Grey this time with my spectrum noir pens
My first ever Pin, with a charm from the ribbon girl, thought it marched the daisy on the stamp.I coloured thr two top parts of the pin with alcohol pens to get it to match better. However I think I need some spacer beads for my pin and some silver rather than bronze jump rings. Still not bad for my first pin I hope.
Hope you like my project, if you want to have a go here is a link to a video that shows how to do it.
Bye for now
I am entering this card in the following challenges:
The ribbon girl lovely lilli challenge
Penny Black and more use your favourite stamp
The butterfly challenge
I have used die cuts butterflies and designer paper and my butterfly is on one of the wheel images
stamping sensations animal antics
Southern Girls challenge dies and punches
Crafty Hazelnuts Patterned paper challenge June
A creative romance blog challenge
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