Happy Friday, to you....do you have a big weekend planned? Whether you are going all out this weekend or taken it easy, I hope it is a good one! I so look forward to the weekends and then one is no different....hehehe. Sharon's Stamp Simply Challenge, ssnotime137, is to use 3D flowers on your creation. Those little babies sure are hot now, there are so many ways to add 3D flowers. I want to share with you how I made my fabric flower for today's card. I will add it to my list of "data digs". I have not seen any like the on I made today, but hey that does not mean that it is not out there. I cut the flower blossoms using the SU Bigz Flower Fold Die. I cut four flower petals, I folded them over and glued them all together. I then took a long piece of fabric about 1" wide and 20" long. I started folding it in the center and rapping it all the way around. Gluing it as I go so that is stays together. I then glued the center of the flower on top of the petals; I attached the sentiment tag and adhered to the card. I used a SU stylist to curl the tag and give it a wave.
This is also the my final week as the guest for Sketch Girl, I hope you will add the Sketch Girl Blog to your challenge list and play along. You have a choice this week with the sketch, I chose squares. I adore square cards, so this one was super fun. I used Jenni Bowlin designer papers and added a tag and stitching. Be sure to head over the the Sketch Girl Blog and check out the other gals creations. Enjoy!
Be sure to check out the fabulous 3D flower creations Sharon and the DT designed.
Sharon Johnson: No Time To Stamp
Deb Neerman: Paper, Ink, Scissors & Stamps
Barbara Anders: Paper Pursuits
Jennifer Buck: The Buck Stamps Here.
Jenny Gropp: One Krafty Kat.
Tammy Hershberger: Stamp Happy.
Janine Orchard: 2bKrafty
AJ Otto: The Willow Garden
Deb Saaranen: Dream In Color
Barb Schram: Explore. Dream. Discover
My 3D Flower Made Easy
Paper: Black, Kraft(SU), and Designer Paper(Jenni Bowlin)
Ink: Jet Black(Stazon)
Accessories: Janome, SU Square Punch, Fabric, Glue, Stylist, and Glue Dots