Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Flower Power Frenzy

Mix it Up Monday challenge over at Stamp TV has decided that we need to focus on flowers.  
I thought this challenge would be easier than it actually was, but when I started pooling together all the floral what-nots and wing-dings that I have, it almost became too difficult to narrow down my options.

I finally decided on neutral flowers and let the paper and ribbon be the colors that popped.

Here's my card that I'm submitting to the challenge
Here are the supplies that I used

More close-ups of the card

Dry Embossed card base
Ran a few of the flowers through the BigShot as well to make the polka-dot image on the petals
Bling with flower buttons
 Golden Thank You emblem as the centerpiece of the card
Pearl wisps to embellish
 Above the white card base is a rectangular paper that I Versamark stamped and then gold powder embossed and then bleached the non-embossed sections of the flower.
On top of that I laid a diamond shape vintage print paper for more texture

I wanted to make leaves for the flowers, and I wasn't sure that green CS would do the trick.  I decided on bending scraps of green hued ribbon instead.  

The End :)

Click the image below to go directly to the Stamp TV challenge posted by Janice.

Also, you can check out all the other beautiful cards for this challenge in the gallery

Thank you again for stopping in and seeing what I've been up to. 
Happy Stamping!! :)


Scrumplescrunch said...

Love this card Lisa, I like the way you have arranged your ribbons, the three different flowers, the pearls etc, so many elements it is wonderful.

Richard Breaks said...

Wow, this is such a LUSH card! I love using ribbons as leaves!
Lisa--How do you get the stamptv logos for the challenges on your blog, and how do you make them a button? I am a new blogger, and would like to do that on my blog too.

Teresa said...

This is absolutly beautiful, I just love all the gorgeous bits you've used, so many different textures its simply fab! I really love the thank you banner too, stunning!
Teresa xx