Wednesday, January 12, 2011

A Sweet Pea Birthday Card

Tonight I was going to have a class on using SU punches to make flowers on cards.  The class had to be cancelled due to bad weather.  We got a dumping of snow and the roads were snow packed and slippery.  One of the flowers I was going to demo was how to make Sweet Peas using the Butterfly punch.  Since I had the flowers all ready, I decided to use them to create a card using the Sweet Stop Sketch Challenge.
To make the flowers I used a tutorial I saved from quite a while ago from a demonstrator called Judy - that's all I know.  Judy, if you recognize your flower would you please contact me and I will give you the credit you deserve.
Stamp: Watercolor Trio (retired)
Ink: Rich Razzelberry
Paper: Blushing Bride, Whisper White, In  Color Designer Series Paper Patterns Pack, Springtime Vintage Designer Series, Rich Razzelberry, Scraps of cardstock for the blossoms (Rose Red, Pink Pirouette, Cherry Cobbler, So Saffron, Lilac (retired), Old Olive
Accessories: Scallop Oval Punch, 3/8" Rich Razzelberry Taffeta Ribbon, Stampin Dimensionals Tombo glue, Butterfly punch

The Judy in question is Judy Marshall from Brown Paper Packages.  Thanks for the wonderful tutorial. Here's a direct link to her tutorial:


Shelly Schmidt said...

Gorgeous flowers- Oh I would LOVE to take your class- wish I could beam myself up to your place (or down- I am in Illinois!)......Beautiful card!

Debbie Martin said...

Love this one, when are you going to do a video of it?

Teressa Thompson said...

Very pretty! Love the flowers you used.

Lori said...

Your flowers are gorgeous!! Very pretty card!!

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