Today at Muse I was thinking that it time for some flowers and with an untouched amazing set of stamps from WPlus9 (I know sacrilege right… I need to join Darnell’s NBUS challenge lol) called Fresh Cut Florals it was easy. So it’s one layered with some pencil shading for depth otherwise a fairly simple design.
I can’t wait to see how this inspires you!
All of the deets can be found here on the Muse blog…. but here’s how it works:
Use ANYTHING you want from your stash to create a project inspired by this week’s Muse.
In your post, explain how you were inspired and link back to the Muse blog.
Provide supportive comments on at least 3 other member’s submissions.
Vote for three of your fellow member’s submissions.
Other Supplies: Cardstock – Recycled. Prismacolor Pencils – Olive Green, Limepeel, Dark Purple.
Back with a video today using some matching dies and stamps, aren’t these just the best! I tend to buy dies that I think I can use for a dual purpose, now don’t get me wrong I would love to own a die for every stamp that I have, wouldn’t that be cool, but it’s just not practical, but I do love that these flower dies could be used independently , wouldn’t they look great cut out in patterned papers… in fact I think I might just do some now lol.
I was inspired to make this card by this amazing creation from Alice Wertz, all I can say is WOW!
Would you believe that I actually made this video a couple of months ago and forgot to share it…. doh! Obviously I was sick and this year has been a very busy one, but come on, how could I do that lol.
I kept it simple for my Christmas card this year and I love the elegance of a silhouette, of course my ‘wish’ list is as long as the one this Santa is holding….. so cross my fingers lol. I made my card a little smaller and created my own ‘merry’ sentiment on my electronic die cutting machine, love that you can use any font and make it the exact size…. I really need to use my machine a lot more (I know my hubby would agree).
Wishing you all the absolute best holiday season, I’m looking forward to a day at the beach and eating heaps of great food today, see you on the flipside!