Well, this project started somewhere else, but the results are great. Sometimes it is hard to see past your ‘opportunity mistakes’, I managed though. Once I fussy cut designer series paper I am totally committed.
The free items you can earn from Sale-a-bration are all unique, but this one caught my eye right away. A patterned velum paper that not only coordinates, but actually outlines designer series paper, well that is amazing. I fussed a bit matching it up, but found the exact spot. I almost did a 6 x 6 card just so I could see the whole pattern line up. It would have been worth it, it looked so pretty all lined up. I moved on though.
My opportunities came from the glue experience. I thought I could put tiny tiny dots of glue on little flowers and it would look kind of neat, and hide the adhesive at the same time. Well, my tiny dots were not as tiny as they needed to be. Several fixes later, it worked out. Basic rhinestones, a larger sentiment with tag layering, and using one of the many coordinating framelits. Phew!
I added a touch of inside stamping with a leaf from the coordinating stamp set. I don’t usually go for a whole suite of product. This one is different, I loved all of it. However, it is my favorite color pallet, floral, and it goes together so wonderfully. I couldn’t resist it. So I didn’t.
Have a creative day!