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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Rolled Paper Challenge - Mini Flowers

This week at Frosted Designs, our challenge is rolled paper.  I have wanted to make these tiny flowers for a while now and decided to give them a whirl this week!

I took 4 different flowers from Art Philosophy and sized them to 1 inch.  I put them into groups of 5 each in each 1/4 of my mat.  I loaded four colors of cardstock:  yellow, pink, red and purple.

I cut out the flowers but had a little trouble with the reds.  Luckily I cut out way more than I needed for this project!  Originally I planned on putting the flowers all around the square cut out, but later changed my mind.

I found this card on Wild Card and sized it to 5.5 inches.


I flipped the card when I realized I wanted to draw the word "love" inside the card, showing through the opening.
I used this "love" from Home Decor sized to 0.61 inches.

First, I drew in "love" using my Chomas Gel Pen Holder and a black pen.  Then I returned to the design, changed layers to the card and put my blade back in.  I cut out the card.

I folded it over so the love shows through.
I borrowed this MS Branch punch from my friend Jenny and created my greenery.  Love this little punch but it has been discontinued :(

I used my paper quilling tool to roll up the flowers.  I glued them with Scotch liquid glue.

I decided to create a window flower box look.  First, I cut out another card in this yellow patterned cardstock, inked and adhered it to the front of the card.  Then I cut out the frame layer of the card in brown.  I trimmed the sides and top by 1/8" and inked it in brown.  I adhered the branches along the bottom and then used the liquid glue to adhere the flowers on.

I finished with a bit of twine along the spine (I am a poet)!

Here is my LOVE-ly window card!  I hope you join us at Frosted Designs with a rolled paper project of your own!

9 comments:

Lisa said...

You can get that punch on ebay. Just put in martha stewart branch punch. I just ordered mine cuz your card is so cute!

Jenn said...

Beautiful card! I love those rolled up flowers, TFS :)
xxxhugs, Jenn
craftyfulgardens.blogspot.ca

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a great card. Love the colorful flowers! TFS

Audrey Frelx said...

Hi, my swwet Lori. What an adorable card, it is lovely!!! And I just love the little flowers!!!

Hugs!

Lisa said...

Oh my goodness, your card is beautiful. Love that window box idea. I searched for that punch for so long and could never find it. Going to look now. :)

Lisa said...

YAY, just bought the punch off of ebay. I have been wanting that punch for some time now but gave up when I couldn't find it. Thanks Lisa for the tip ;) and thanks Lori for reminding me about it again ;)

Barb Smith said...

Great flowers andI love that you added greenery with Martha Stewart's branch punch. Awesome!

Barb from Toronto, Canada

Cricut Couple said...

That is so much work, but WOW!!! Look at the results! This is GORGEOUS! I love that punch too! I have to get another one, but haven't been able to find one. I had one, but a drop on the floor took it away from me. Still on the hunt. Hee! Hee! I can't believe how good these flowers turned out cut at such a small size, but I am gonna try this for sure!

Sarah Hamer said...

Love my Chomas pens-- your card and flowers are amazing!!