Saturday, February 19, 2011

True Friend Punch Bunch Flower!


Today is one of those great days to be inside making a card! It's rainy and windy outside, got the fireplace going inside... No pressing plans for the day, so why not have some fun creating?

I decided to use the SAB set, Punch Bunch. And I used the Fancy Flower XL punch.


I made the large flower first - I kept seeing the "true friend" being the center of a flower. I used Concord Crush, Pear Pizzazz and So Saffron.


I used the Perfect Polka Dots and Square Lattice folders to give some more texture to the flowers. And, of course, a little Shimmer Spray on some of the different layers too - hope you can see some of that in the pictures!

I had to get a little creative for the So Saffron flower centers. (The Saffron flowers are made from the little Flower Fusion Sizzlets die for the Big Shot. - love those little guys!) I didn't have a punch with me that fit for the center - so I decided to do a little tearing from scraps. I kinda like how they turned out though - something different.


Another thing I didn't have with me was a border punch. So I used my 1" circle punch and did a make-do border sticking together a bunch of them!

Thanks for stopping by,


Julie

5 comments:

Leena Girsa said...

This is a lovely card! I especially like your colour combo! TFS! Now following your blog from SC #342...hope you'll return the favor when you can. http://alacards.blogspot.com

agustina said...

What a beautiful card you've made Julie!! I love how you improvised to finish the card it's beautiful and I love the color combo you used!

Yolanda said...

I agree, I love the colors. It's a beautiful card. TFS. yolanda-tryingtobecreative.blogspot.com

Julie DiMatteo said...

Hi Julie! Beautiful card! I visit your blog regularly and love all of your creations. I've awarded you the Cherry on Top award :). Stop by my blog to pick it up and pass it along! http://www.thepaperpixie.com/2011/02/cherry-on-top-award.html

CIndy Major said...

Beautiful! I love the colour combo and how you used the sentiment in the middle of the flower!