Friday, February 3, 2017

Five for Friday

It's time for another Five for Friday feature at Tammy Tutterow's blog!  Today I used a set of Tammy's floral dies and some crinoline and distress inks to make a flower and a sort of modern vintage card.

TT Frayed Posies

supplies: white and periwinkle cardstock, Tammy Tutterow Frayed Posies, blueprint sketch distress ink and water, leaves from Pom Pom Posies, twisted citron distress ink and water, crinoline, stamens, Tim Holtz Doily embossing folder, Taylored Expressions Fancy Banners 2, colored with markers

Here's a closer look at my flower:

Frayed Posies closeup

It was really fun to make this flower.  I first cut out 4 or 5 layers of each of the 2 flowers in this set from crinoline, then smooshed ink onto my kraft mat and spritzed it with water.  Next I pulled the flowers through the ink until I had the periwinkle color I wanted.  They were then set aside to dry while I made the leaves in the same way.  When everything was dry, I used a thick needle to pierce the centers of each flower, then pushed through the stamens.

I decided to frame my flower with an embossed doily and added this pretty banner as my sentiment.

Be sure to visit Tammy's blog to see what my teamies did this time!


12 comments:

  1. I love this card. that periwinkle bloom is GORGEOUS Lin. Fabulous card.

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  2. What a pretty feminine card Lin! I'm loving the textures and layers of your big bloom!

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  3. Love your card. Love the flower.

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  4. Wow! Beautiful card - your flower is amazing.
    xxx

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  5. Oh my, your card is gorgeous, Lin! I love the beautiful flower and lovely simple design. Beautiful!!

    Cathie ♥

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  6. Just love your layered crinoline flower, Lin - so gorgeous in the periwinkle and perfect over the doily!!

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  7. This is so frilly and feminine Lin! Love that sentiment banner!

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  8. Oh My Goodness! This card is absolutely breathtaking. Thank you for sharing.

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  9. Stunning Lin - love your use of the crinoline and how you have coloured it.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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Thank you so much for your kind comments - they make my day!