Hello everyone! Happy Easter (again) to you! Jaydee has our Paper Players challenge this week and it's a lovely one! Perhaps stamping and coloring flowers might make it feel a bit more spring-like! So here we go:
I really had so many ideas for this challenge, I struggled a bit! Finally, I pulled out the retiring Under My Umbrella, because those little Mary Engelbreit-ish flowers have always appealed to me! I stamped and colored several of them, fussy cut them out and created a wreath for my little "front door":
To create a base for my wreath, I dicut a narrow circle (which you can't see here) and used that so I could adhere my flowers in the correct shape. I created my door with Pool Party cardstock, embossing the panels with the Pinewood Planks EF, then shading them with Sahara Sand ink:
The "welcome" and the bricks are from the Welcoming Window set, and I added a little silver Brushed Metallic watering can diecut (and a doorknob!):
I am in love with that little watering can, LOL! And since the Krafty Chicks challenge is "Stamp Act", I am entering it there too! Thanks for popping in today!
I hope you'll find lots of inspiration at the Paper Players this week; check out what the design team on the PP blog and then be sure to share your floral creation with us as well! Enjoy your day and be blessed!
|Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified|
|Stamps||Under My Umbrella, Welcoming Window|
|Card stock & Papers||Whisper White, Pool Party, Brushed Silver Metallic (ret)|
|Ink||Smoky Slate, Memento Black, Sahara Sand|
|Tools||Big Shot, Pinewood Planks EF, Blends in various colors, Sponge Daubers, Folk Watering Can Die (Poppystamps)|