I have wanted to make these paper flowers ever since I saw the video. So when I saw this card from Julie Lacey and the lovely yet simple layout. I knew it would be perfect for the occasion and chance to create a paper flower. When it’s meant to be, it’s just meant to be. So there’s my story and I’m sticking to it. I hope you enjoy my vision of paper “floweriness”. Believe it or not (because I didn’t) “floweriness” is a word. I looked it up because inquiring minds have to know.
Enjoy and please tell me what you think. Your comments are the air that I breathe. Ok – not really, but I really, really enjoy reading them. Great….now, I have The Air That I Breathe by the Hollies stuck in my head. Don’t ask me where that came from…I’m completely random at times. All I can say is that my music repertoire is far and wide and all it takes is a couple of words to trigger the most obscure.
Ok, Ok…I’ve blabbed enough.
~Supplies~Paper: White CS (Georgia Pacific), Green CS (Hobby Lobby), Designer Paper (K&Company)
Ink: Tea Dye Distress Ink (Ranger)
Accessories: Frond Punch (Martha Stewart), 2” Scallop Punch (EK Success), Computer Font, Shimmer Spritz (Tsukineko), Brad, Embossing Folder (Cuttlebug), Corner Punch
‘til I craft again…