It's time for our Wednesday challenge over at The House That Stamps Built. This week we have an inspiration board for you. This challenge is a fun cross between a photo challenge and a color challenge. You can choose to be inspired by the colors, the photograph, or both! I was inspired by the photo to make my folded paper flower!
Supplies and Tools:
- Repeat Impressions Stamps
- Hello Doily Dies (Sizzix)
- Skeleton Leaves Dies (Sizzix - Tim Holtz)
- Versamark Watermark Ink
- Gold Embossing Powder
- Large Pearl
- These colors of Distress Oxide (Ranger)
- Abandoned Coral
- Walnut Stain
Check out what my fellow design team members created for this week's challenge
Allsorts Challenge - Say It With Flowers
Mix It Up - Anything Goes + optional paper piecing
Use Your Stuff - Anything Goes
Lovely card! I think your dimensional folded flower is terrific. It has been a long time since I have done one of those folded circles. Thanks for sharing!
We both created "rosette" with this week challenge. I've always said I admire your style and creations so once again great minds think alike!!! Great job.
wonderful take on the inspiration photo!! I need to find my mothers doily - it adds that "little bit" to your photo's.
This is so gorgeous!! I love the spring like colors against that kraft background! Your cards have always been beautiful, but you have really been knocking it out of the park lately! Awesome job! (Glad to know you really struggle with these challenges as well!)
Beautiful with this challenge, great way to use the colors and your layering of that flower is terrific!
What a pretty and dimensional floral creation Esther, thanks so much for sharing with us at Allsorts and joining in with our 'Say it with Flowers' theme this week.
What a lovely Flower on your gorgeous card,thank you for joining us at Allsorts, xxxxx
Great take on the photo inspiration, like the rosette and how you layered it up as your focal point!
Wow, Esther! You amaze me every week! Great take on the photo - thanks for the inspiration!
Beautiful card! Really draws your eyes into the details. Thanks for joining us at MIUCB
Post a Comment