It's gone from this £1.99 photo frame from Dunelm Mills
to a celebration of food, fit for a Slimming World Consultant about to leave her job.
I wasn’t actually planning to use the photo mount but in the end I decided to keep it and coloured it direct to card with a Tumbled Glass Distress ink pad and them stamped the leaves and flowers ( Rubber Stamp Tapestry Clear – Nature Plate 4) in Bundled Sage and Worn Lipstick, finishing with some tiny gems in the centre of each of the flowers.
Next up was the outside decoration.
Two chipboard Flourishes coloured with a Promarker and a polish of Gold Rub-On. Flowers cut using Timmies Tattered Flower die and a Martha Stewart punch for the leaves, all topped off with some sticky backed pearls. The centre of the large flower has one of the rolled flowers from my new Craftworks Cards ‘Elegant’ flowers and paper pad, which I’ve coloured with Tumbled Glass distress ink. All the flowers were then given a brush of Stickles and a touch of Gold Rub-On.
Then last but not least I printed the ‘On A Journey’ on my computer, cut it using nesties to make a tag and tied it to the flowers in the top corner along with a heart shaped charm.
And there you have it!
But as you can see from this photo, I didn’t stop there because I then made a matching card to go with it.
I’m linking my project to the following challenges :-
The Stamp Man - Alter something
The Daring Cardmaker’s - Focus on Flowers
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