Sunday, July 28, 2013

Joans Challenge Floral Background

Good Morning Ladies,
I received happy mail on Friday. I got my order from . In that order was the die I won a couple of weeks ago. It is a cute suitcase die. I can't wait to use it. But also in the package were the flower dies I ordered. So I am doing another card for the challenge this week. Here is the link to the challenge:
The requirements this week are as follows:
Have three dimensional flowers with greenery
Use a floral design paper
Use a doily
You must use a product you can purchase at Joans
Here is my card....
 Now for the details. This time I picked out my flower die first. This is the die I received in my order on Friday. Cheery Lynn B338 Black Eyed Susan Strip. These flowers were easy to make and they turned out so cute! The middle flower is made with the entire center strip. The two flowers on either end were made cutting the center strip in half and making two flower centers out of one. I can tell this is going to be a favorite! My greenery under the flowers were created using the following Memory Box dies -- Tender Leaves #98313, Lorelai Leaf #839, and Savannah Border #98221. All of these dies were purchased at Joans. For my Doily I used Cheery Lynn die DL221 Spring Flower Burst Doily. This die was also purchased at Joans. All these die were also Made In The USA. Now on to my little lamb stamp. I ordered this stamp from Joan. She is now carrying Our Daily Bread Designs Stamps. I love these stamps and she can order any one you want. This set is The Shepherd #F426. I have so many ideas for this stamp. This challenge was the perfect first time use for this set. The image is colorized with Prisma pencil and Gamsol. My background floral paper is from my stash and the company is DCWV.
 A closer look at the flowers.
I just can't get over how cute this lamb is!
Thanks again for the great challenge Joan and Selma! And thanks Joan for carrying so many awesome products and ordering special requests for me.
Happy Scraps,
Mrs. Swandog

1 comment:

Joan Fricker said...

Lori, how cute is that! You are so right...the lamb is adorable.
Great job using the doily for your back ground too. Love I t

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