Well, last night I vowed to tidy up my craft room as I was down to about 6 square inches of working space so I spent a lot of time today doing just that. I wouldn't say the room was pristine when I finished, far from it, but at least I had space to work in. And of course once I was in there I needed to do something. I decided I would make a reasonably quick card though as playing time was getting short, and so I took another of my flower photographs, which I had already played around with in Craft Artist, printed it and turned it into an easel card.
This card is made from a 15cm square card base and I have used a lavender coloured smooth card from Craftsite, a pink foil paper I bought years ago from Create and Craft, and some deep pink Stardream paper for the matting and layering. I used a rose embossing folder on the lavender card behind the topper, printed the sentiement onto plain white paper and then cut it and another piece of lavender card using dies. The ribbon and the gems are from my stash. I think I need to add another little embellishment in front of the sentiment.
Here is the original photograph
I wish I could say that I had also grown this rose myself, but unfortunately I can't - it was included in a bouquet.
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