Monday, July 20, 2009

Monday Intentions


My monday intentions FLEW out the window when I took a peek at the challenge today over on SCS. Intentions were (and are) to get some "work" done...but how could I resist a fabric flower challenge?
What is a hobby if you can't take time out and enjoy stamping just to stamp...this was my justification brain talking...
I wish you could feel and see the texture on the card. The large blossom is beautiful Michael Miller fabric cut out with a blossom nestabilitie die cut. I first stuck my fabric to Claudine Hellmuth's sticky back canvas to give my flower some weight and to keep it from fraying. I then put it through my die cut machine and COOL a neat fabric layer to add to my card. I curled the petals a little because with the canvas back the flower is quite bendable. I have a few more ideas swirling that I am going to try this out as well. A few more hours in the day would be great!
Here are all my card deets:
Stamps:
The birds and the bees (Kim Hughes Collection) by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink:
Tuxedo Black Memento (Tsukineko)
Paper:
Early Bird (Cosmo Cricket)
Simply Smooth White, Orange (Prism)
Accessories:
Fabric (Michael Miller)
Sticky Back Canvas (Claudine Hellmuth)
Blossom, Circle dies (Spellbinders)
Chipboard notes (Cosmo Cricket)
Copic Markers


Now to get back to my "Monday Intentions"....have a great day!

3 comments:

Leslie said...

Cute card, neat idea about the fabric. I had no idea nesties would cut fabric. Learn something new everyday.

Pamela S. Wade said...

What a cute card! I always love seeing the new things you create! ~~Pam

Norine said...

love this card those birds are adorable and the coloring great
Hugs
Norine