Yesterday I was making the first of five extra videos, so I can keep posting every Sunday and Wednesday while I'm in Thailand next month.
As I was working on a really delightful project, on the side of my desk I kept seeing the four sheets of the Petal Garden Designer Series Paper (DSP) Stack from yesterday's project.
After I'd finished the video, I decided to make a card for today, and the DSP sheets were stitting on the side.
When I was stamping my paper-piecing images for yesterday's project, I was very careful not to spoil the main image.
These things happen for a reason, and I decided I could make a quick and easy card for today!
It wasn't really quick, but it was quick for me! LOL!
I started with a card base of Pool Party Cardstock (CS), then a layer of Whisper White CS and a top layer of the Petal Garden DSP Stack.
After I'd cut the DSP to size, I adhered it to the Whisper White CS layer.
I tied a piece of our beautiful 3/8" Pool Party Shimmer Ribbon around the lower part, and tied it in a bow.
Then I adhered this layer to the card base.
Using Old Olive Ink, I stamped the sentiment, which is from the Rose Wonder Stamp Set, in the top right hand corner.
I took the second sheet of the DSP and cut out all four roses.
I curled the largest three roses round a pencil.
Using two regular Dimensionals under each of the two large roses, and one under the smaller rose, I adhered the roses to the card front.
When I cut out the smallest rose, I left a length of stem still attached, and adhered it to another layer of Whisper White CS, which I then adhered inside my card.
My finishing touch was painting all four roses with my Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Pen.
I found the bee languishing in a box I keep on my desk for small bits I've made but not used at the time!
I had a delivery from my lovely UPS man yesterday - my Incentive Trip Documents! The box contained some lovely goodies, that I'd like to share with you!
Fabric Travel Wallet
Four beautiful luggage tags
First Incentive Trip Badge - I won't be getting one
of these when I go to Alaska next year!
I'll post more photographs on my Photo Gallery page!
That's it for today. Until tomorrow, happy crafting.