Anyone who knows me knows that I am a flower girl; they make me happy in every form. So when I see a new way to make flowers, you know that I'll be all over it. Today while blog-hopping, I found a new technique to make flowers, and couldn't wait to try it out. Kim Hughes at PaperCrafts Connection made a card using all kinds of texts and that idea really appealed to me, too, so I couldn't wait to try casing her card. To make her flower, Kim starts with a paper ring (I made mine with 2 sizes of scalloped circle diecuts), cuts the ring to open it up, and then rolls it, forming petals as she goes. Give it a try, it's really fun! I added as my last layer, the leftover circle that was cut from the ring.
All of my texts are stamped, and all of the stamps are Hero Arts.
Supplies: CG125 Friend Definition, H2141 Manuscript Background, CG222 Music Background, CL342 Everyday Sayings, parchment, red, green cardstocks, versafine onyx black ink, Nestabilities scalloped circle diecuts
This card was published in the June 2012 issue of CARDS magazine on page 128!