Last year at our Melbourne training day, a fellow demonstrator Miriam showed us some gorgeous flowers and I've been meaning to try them ever since. Finally got to it last week. Started off simple with this one ....
Twitterpated DSP, Riding Hood Red and Blushing Bride cardstock, some faux stitching with the mat pack, paper piercer and a marker, a neutrals button plus the scallop trim punch and a scallop circle for the flower. I broke open my distressing kit too and used one of the files for the shaping. Just snip in every second scallop and shape a little for this one. Good beginner flower for me since I'm a tad 3D challenged!
We had a bit of a Think Ink team gathering last Tuesday and one of my team showed me how to make some other beautiful flowers (thanks Lyn!) so I've been having a bit of a flower week. Stay tuned for a few more 3D flower cards this week, and if you'd like to make some perhaps we'll put 3D flowers on the June class calendar - dates coming soon.
If you like the look of that Twitterpated DSP - head over here for the details on our May DSP specials.
I had a lovely Mothers' Day today with my two munchkins. Wishing all the best to all the lovely mums, aunties, and grandmas out there.
Have a great week everyone!