August 16, 2010

Magical Monday - PPC Image & Let's make a flower

This week's challenge over at Paper Cupcakes is brought to us by Gloria Westerman. She wants us to use any acquire Paper Cupcake image and make a flower of some type. I used the image Mouse Cupcake and colored it with my Bic Mark-its. I stickles my dots on my cupcake and now that I did it, I wish I hadn't, but oh well. The ink kind of smeared as it dried. I cut the image out and popped it on top of the Labels 5 Spellbinder and then matted it on black.

I used the embossing folders Swiss Dots, Spots & Dots & Organic.






For my flower I cut 5 pieces of ribbon the same length and then double each over and made a 5 petal flower with the ribbon placing a stitch in the center of them to hold them together.

Then I made a ribbon rose:



I then added this ribbon rose on top of my 5 petal ribbon flower and placed a stitch through both to hold them together, I suppose you could glue it, but I wanted to make sure they stayed united and added a little pearl bead. That is how I made my flower. Pretty easy peasy!

Well, that is it for me today, if you haven't hopped our Tea Party ~ Sketch blog hop why don't you take the time to join us you can find the beginning of the hop here. I don't think you will be disappointed and you get 13 new sketches and Kim also has some blog candy to give away as well! So, have a great week!

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5 comments:

Jessie said...

Cute card Nina! I think the stickles are very pretty on it and I love your ribbon flower, I really have to try that.

Patti said...

Just as cute as can be! I love that image... so fun!

Nilla said...

Great flower, just love this cupcake mouse! Fabulous card! Hugs Nilla

Patti P. said...

Loving all the embossing...great way to layer and your coloring on our mouse friend is terrific. I am off to watch the tutorial as I love your ribbon flower.

CraftinGranny said...

Thanks for the great tutorial on how to make the ribbon bow. Your card is so cute with the embossed papers. I just love it!
"Hugs" Carol