Today I bring you my latest project using Flower Soft. I must admit I had no clue what I was going to do until I started pulling out some paper, ink, a stamp, etc. I was lucky that things started to fall in to place for me. And at this time I only have a handful of flower soft options so that also guided me to what I was going to do. I am definitely going to be buying some pastel shades next. I have my fall mix, winter shades, and today I used my Heather Mix. I have to say that it is my favorite. Another medium I used on my card was Ranger (TH) Distress Ink Pads, Spun Sugar. I love the colors and used the ink pads on most of my projects that I automatically buy the ink refills when I purchase a new color ink pad. This way I am assured I have more of my favorite shades in case the color retires. Since the stamp I used was on the small side I wanted it to pop so I got out my Spellbinder’s Nestabilities and cut out two sizes of the Classic Scalloped Square, Small using my Cuttlebug to place behind the stamp.
There are small amounts of Stickles Glitter Glue on the flower in Little Emma’s hair & in the center of the potted flowers (Spun Sugar & Turquoise). In addition to adding the flower soft to the flowers in the flower pot (Little Emma is holding) I also colored the ribbon on the card with Spun Sugar Distress Ink Pad to match. It looks so pretty and you wouldn’t even guess that I ran the seam binding over the ink pad. Sometimes you just have to be frugal and save your money on some things so you can buy important items like Flower Soft, Spellbinder’s Nestabilites, a Cuttlebug and TH Distress Ink Pads. The rest of the elements used on my project came from my personal supplies.
Here’s my card! Let me know what you think.
Meet Little Emma
See the flower soft. A little goes a long way
(my camera’s flash does not go off when I do close-ups hence different color from top photo)
Thank you for taking the time to read all the details about my project. I hope you have a wonderful day.
Sweetness itself. One I can see little girls loving!ReplyDelete
aawwwww Fran.. this is the cutest ever.. I love this digi!!ReplyDelete
just adorable card!!
What a great card Fran. Love it. The flower soft adds the perfect touch.ReplyDelete