Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Traveler's Inspiration Challenge #3

Tina's Traveler's Challenge is a new addition to her blog (note the number 3!) You should definitely check it out, her words, pictures and life stories are super duper and worth a sit down and a cuppa!!! So here is the pic for #3!!
AND.....YAY!! I've done it!! This challenge that it!! I was really excited when I got ready to do this card as I've been wanting to make those cool paper flowers for AGES and so now I have (along with at least a thousand or two others!! he he!!) They are so easy!! I have no idea why it's taken me so long to make them, but as you can see the card is pretty simple and the colours are totally Fabulous!! I love it!! Defiantly will be making more! All thanks to those funky shorts!! :0)

Just on a side note, I'm having some blog issues with people leaving comments!! You can't!!?? Well at least unless you have a google account it seems! So due to the fact that I have no idea how to fix this and my wonderful friend who does know is on holiday till next week, it will be out of sorts for a little longer!!!

I really do appreciate all of you wonderful, creative people who do visit me, please know how much it means to me!! It means HEAPS!! One of my best bits of the day is reading little messages that you all leave so thanks!! I love chit chatting on my little keyboard to people all over the world! Thanks again guys, please be patient until I get it fixed and have a super Tuesday!!!
Love and Hugs and Smiles
Sharnee :0)

This is just a closer view of the flowers, aren't they cool. One tutorial I've found on making these are at Dawn's HERE!!

Set: Basic Phrases & Baroque Motifs (stamped on the flower petals)
Card: Pacific Point and Tangerine tango
Ink: Pumpkin pie and Not quite navy
Acc: Button late and twine


Winter said...

Very cute! I love the flower!

likeschocolate said...

Thanks for sharing your card. Iam starting to learn so much. Your card is brillant because it is so simple and fantastic at the same time. Is the flower? made of paper or fabric?