Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Shopping our Stash #75 - Flower Power!


This feels like such an easy challenge this week at Shopping our Stash...how many of us have every.single.colour of Primas on hand? Or eleventy billion dies to make our own? This week we want you to 
Use your handmade or 3-d flowers!  (your project can include stamped images but it also needs to have at least one flower that is either handmade or a 3-d flower you bought.  Think Wild Orchid Crafts, puffy stickers, Primas, etc.)

Here's the funny thing...I *did* have lots of flowers. Past tense. I stopped buying them, and eventually used them up or gave them away. But, my recent goodie bag from Scrapbooker's Paradise had some of these neat flowers from Bo Bunny. That part is new, but the rest of my card is stash :)
Supplies: Bo Bunny flower;
papers from My Mind's Eye;
lacy circle Nesties;
sentiment from Annabelle Stamps;
Palette Noir ink

So, you've got flowers kicking around, right? This challenge will be open until next Monday, November 5th. Don't forget to see what the rest of the 
SOS team has been up to!


12 comments:

Annette said...

Pretty card...love the flower and the die cut you used..

~Tammy~ said...

This is gorgeous! I love the way you used the flower as your focal image...

Today's card I snagged the flower that was just sitting on my desk. I was thinking....don't just sit there let's use you! I have so many flowers it's not funny, and I just adore them! They are so pretty! Can a girl ever have enough flowers....just sayin'

jimlynn said...

SO VERY LOVELY!!! That background and colors are beautiful and the flower is gorgeous!
Lynn

lostinpaper said...

This is so sweet Jessi! I just love this flower!

Emily Keaton said...

This is such an elegant card design, Jessi! That's one classy flower, and that Bo Bunny paper is quite lovely. Gorgeous!

Thank you so much for your concern for us during this storm. We are relieved that it is over for us, no worse for wear. It's heart-breaking to hear about the folks who were horribly affected by the storm. So many have lost so much.

Lindsey said...

Love how that flower coordinates with the papers you used -- very classy-looking card!

Barb said...

beautiful card...love the subtle colors...

kingstonmama said...

This is so pretty. I love your soothing neutral colors and the way you've framed the flower. ann y.

walchowDesign said...

Pretty card! Love the earthly colours and how you put the flower as the focal point!

Angela said...

Very elegant...the matching envelope is a great touch!

Cat Craig said...

Gorgeous flower

ScrappySandie said...

Lovely, Jessi! That background paper is gorgeous as is the flower. The whole thing is clean, simple, striking!
Sandie