Saturday, September 20, 2014

It's flocking time

I've mentioned before I have one pot of Flower Soft, and  use it to make flowering trees on spring cards. I realized today I follow the same pattern with my flocking -- I use it in fall cards, for the center of sunflowers. I think I need to find some other images to use it with....
The image on this card is from Mark's Finest Paper, colored with pencils and with that lovely brown flocking.  The leaves are cut from Spellbinder's die called Little Leaf Sets.  The dotted paper is from my mind's eye, and the closely matching baker's twine is Martha Stewart. The ribbon behind the leaves and  twine has a tiny checked pattern.

I would like to enter the card in these challenges:
Crafting for All Seasons #86-- colors of autumn
Paper Shelter #174-- ribbon or twine
Creative Inspiration #281-- Going Dotty
Cuttlebug Mania -- die cuts
Clear it Out -- polka Dots
Crafy Hazelnut's patterned paper challenges, September  -- anything goes with dp
Word Art Wednesday #150 -- Anything Goes

7 comments:

  1. Lovely card and great use of the flower soft, it's perfect for your sunflower centre, thanks for playing along at The Paper Shelter Ribbon, Twine or Floss challenge, good luck, hugs, Colette xx

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  2. Beautiful card, wonderful colour combo. Thanks for joining us at Clear It Out!!! I hope you get to join us again for our next challenge. Agnieszka

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  3. What a sweet project for us @ CIO challenge blog...hope you stop by and play again <((><

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  4. Sweet card and love the texture. Thanks for joining us at Crafting For All Seasons. Hugs, Carol S. DT

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  5. This is so cute !!
    Thank you for participating in the TPS challenge this week !!
    Hug Lena

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  6. Lovely Autumn card

    Thanks for playing along at Cuttlebug Mania this time x

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  7. Thank you so much for joining my Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper September challenge with your lovely crafting - hope to see you again soon x

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