As most of you know about me, I love to create with wool felt. I often times use it to create felt flowers. One of my favorite company's dies to use for this is My Favorite Things/Die-Namics. I have several of their flower die-cuts including the one I used on this card. I used the sweet sketch found on the My Favorite Things Blog this week. Here's a peek at the sketch I followed when designing my card:
I used part of a bridal shower invitation (as the backdrop of my card) and added the chipboard shaker element, sequins, wool felt flowers cut with a My Favorite Things floral die, clear buttons, gold metallic baker's twine, lace snippets, some ephemera, and a chipboard sentiment (love).
After I cut the rolled flowers from black wool felt, I carefully rolled them into the sweet flowers you see. I added a small snippet of lace (scraps) into the centers of the flowers and tied some gold metallic string into the centers of some sweet clear (glass-looking) buttons as an accent in the middle of each flower. Here's a closer look:
If you'd like to play along in any of these challenges, just follow my colored highlighted links and play along. I know these fabulous blogs would love having you all share your sweet creations in their challenges. I know I sure enjoyed it!
My Favorite Things Blog - Challenge #292 - A Sketch Challenge (see sketch above) - I had so much fun creating my card around this cute sketch. I also LOVED using one my favorite My Favorite Things flower dies. I used it to cut my flowers from black wool felt.
Pile It On Challenge Blog - Challenge #113 - Shaker Cards - I used a chipboard frame and some vellum to create my shaker element. I added some sequins inside the shaker element.
Scrapy Land Blog - Challenge #47 - Anything Goes - I used My Favorite Things/Die-Namics Rolled Flower Dies to cut my flowers from black wool felt.
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog - Simon Says "Fabulous Florals" - I added two lovely flowers cut from black wool felt using a Die-Namics Rolled Flower Die also sold at Simon Says Stamp.
Thanks so much for stopping by. If you have any questions about my card, I'm happy to help in any way I can. I look forward to seeing what you are creating this week.
Blessings to you all,