Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Paper Players Challenge #190

I thought it would make a change to make a mainly yellow card so made this one for the Paper Players Challenge #190 which requires us to use three of anything on the card. I have gone with using three paper roses.

Firstly I went through my metres high stash of paper pads and found papers from two different pads -  MME and Basic Grey and layered them on SU Soft Suede and Crushed Curry. The SU wording was stamped firstly with Crushed Curry and then again with Soft Suede, cut out with SU Framelits and a Spellbinders circle punch and then layered on a doily with Dimensionals.

The border punch is an Impression Obsession die, the leaves are cut from an SU leaves die, the brown little branches are punched with my favourite Martha Stewart punch, the corners are pieces cut off a way bigger corner die and the tiny flowers are punched out of an old retired SU colour - Barely Banana and I have used gold metallic Fabric paint for their centres.


Marlies said...

A beautiful card in lovely colours and you have used nice dies as well. Very elegant! hugs, Marlies

LeAnne said...

This is so pretty---has a sweet vintage feel to it, and your three roses are just gorgeous! In fact, the whole floral "arrangement" is gorgeous! A real stunner! Thanks so much for sharing this and playing with my PP "three spree" challenge!

Leigh said...

I love this card Jean. Very pretty. I do like the yellows and the crushed curry is a gorgeous colour.

Anne Marie Hile said...

Such a beautiful card, Jean! I love the soft colors and the delicate flowers. Thank you so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! :)

Jocelyn aka JoBear2 said...

Beautiful card Jean - love the sunny colours and the floral arrangement is really gorgeous.

Jocelyn x