Hello everyone!! I’m here with our new Waffle Flower Crafts Photo Inspiration Challenge!!!
This is our eighth challenge for 2015 and the weather has finally warmed up for us up her in the Northeast! Much better then two weeks ago!!
This weeks photo is pretty and super springy (is that a word?).
Take a look:
Perfect colors for a Mother’s Day brunch! Wait, for all of you who are mothers and mothers-to-be, Happy Mother’s Day!! Its a day late, but better late then never!!
For this challenge, I decided to use the colors instead of the picture for inspiration.
Take a look at my card:
I’m playing with a couple of new dies from the last release. Did I tell you I love all of the stamps and dies that were released. All of them are totally amazing. If you haven’t seen them, you must head on over to Waffle Flower Craft Store and check them out.
I decide to go with an all black background so that those pretty colors can shine through.
I inked my cardstock with Distress Ink Mustard Seed and Spiced Marmalade then cut it with Waffle Flower Craft Doily Circle Die.
I adhered the die cut off to the side of the card front with adhesive and cut off the excess.
Then I used the Congrats Die Cut and cut it 4 times to have a stacked sentiment.
Super easy! The doily is so pretty once its cut out. Its a must have.
So what do you think? Please let me know.
Now its your turn!! I can’t wait to see what you come up with.
I’m linking my card up to Virginia’s View Challenge.
Thank you for stopping by!
Hello everyone!! I’m here today with Waffle Flower Crafts Photo Inspiration Challenge! This is our third challenge and its totally amazing.
Check out those colors!! I had to really search my stash for those colors. I think I hit the nail on the head, LOL.
Take a look at my card:
I decided to use a new stamp set, Waffle Flower Crafts Rock My World and I didn’t want to plan what I wanted to create. I was flying by the seat of my pants and I love how this card turned out.
I decided to create a mask using Waffle Flower Flower Circle Die and used it to covered my card front.
I blended Distress Ink Spun Sugar, Tumbled Glass and Salty Ocean to create the flower pattern. I wanted my colors in the same place as the picture.
I used Hero Arts Neon Yellow Ink and a pencil eraser to add that neon color to my flower.
I also use Hero Arts Tide Pool Ink Dauber to create the last color on my flower.
I added Hero Arts Gems to the card front to jazz it up some.
I rounded the corners with my We R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper and then I was done. Yayy!! Nice and easy card to create.
I love how this card turned out and I didn’t have a plan!! Sometimes going with you gut, things turn out great!
Now its your turn! I can’t wait to see what you come up with.
I’m also entering my card in the One-Layer Simplicity Challenge: You Blend. This is the first time I’m playing with them. It seems like fun.
Thanks for stopping by!