The stripes from the Beautiful Bow stamp set (details below) remind me of woven baskets so I turned the stripes into strips and weaved them up quickly in the most basic method (first strip above a second strip, third under the first, fourth slipped under the second and above the third, and so on).
Stripes to strips to “woven” basket filled with freshly die cut flowers.
Ribbon bows are my fave and I love to include them on my projects. To help set the bow theme on this card, I’ve used the ribbon bow part of the stamp from the Beautiful Bow set by Avery Elle.
Happy bow-day! That’s supposed to mean birthday or just another way to say good day!
On my card this week, there are paperclips attached onto it that can be removed should you need a paperclip or 2 or 3 or even 4! Yes there are 4 paperclips on this card.
4 die cut paperclips that are removable from the card.
Sometimes when I make a card I like to include a hand written sentiment particularly when there’s a phrase that is upon my heart. On the following cards, I’m using the blooms and foliage images from the Loved stamp set by Waffle Flower once again, to create three variations. Out of which two I’ve hand-lettered the words — one with a colour pencil, the other with watercolour.
Three varied looks with floral and foliage images.