It's the weekend again, time for Ms. Sally Russick's Focus on Life.
It's Week 28 and its all about Pretty Patterns.
Let me share with you the card that I made for a friends special birthday. My friend has a nice garden with different kinds of roses, hibiscus, and fruit bearing trees that her mom planted when she visited from the Philippines a few years ago. It's her birthday and I wanted to make her a card full of flowers.
What do you think of this card? Isn't it pretty? I used a from Hero Arts rubber stamp H5481 Classic Bloom that I bought during last week's trip to the craft store. I stamped the image using Versafine in Onyx Black several times on a piece of yellow cardstock to make a pretty pattern of happy flowers.
|Hero Arts H5481 Classic Bloom Rubber Stamp|
I colored the petals with a combination of yellow and orange colored pencils and the center with shades of brown. The sentiment is from TPC Studio's "Everday Greetings Stamp" that I heat embossed using Versamark and Judikins black opaque embossing powder.
Finally, I added Mod Podge Dimensional magic on 2 of the flowers to add a little interest. I love the gloss!
Did you notice the chevron pattern on the background of the photo?
Can you guess what that is?
It's the car seat cover. We were running late for our birthday surprise so I took a last minute shot of it. Pretty pattern, right?
Thanks for stopping by to see my pretty patterns. Let's head over to The Studio Sublime and check out other pretty patterns.
Have a wonderful weekend ya'll!
See you soon!
♥ michelle ♥