Friday, January 15, 2021

Heartfelt Thoughts Card- I Am Roses January Challenge

Hey, Crafty Friends!! 
It's that time again... It is January 15th, it's time for the first I Am Roses Blog Challenge of 2021!!

If you are unfamiliar with the IAR Blog Challenge,  Every month, on the 13th, there is a new Blog Challenge. Create a project using I Am Roses products and link your project to their blog by the end of the month and winners will be chosen to win some amazing prizes. I recommend you head on over to their blog to check it out!! There you will see inspiration from the I Am Roses Design Team and what other creators such as yourself are making.

For more info or to participate and link your project, go to the I am Roses Challenge Blog.

Here is what I created for this month's Challenge...


Supplies Used

I Am Roses Products


Other Products
Silk Lace Frame (Sharon Callis)
Butterfly Flourish Stamp (Deep Red Cling Stamps)
Patterned Paper  (Kingston Crafts)
Tim Holtz Big Chat Stack (Avantus)
110 lb. White Cardstock (Accent)
Corrugated Cardstock (DCWV)
Versafine- Onyx Black Ink (Imagine Crafts/ Tsukineko)
Clean Color Real Brush Pen- No. 050 Yellow, 070 Orange, 020 Red (Zig/ Kuretake)

I stamped my image with Versafine ink on a frame I cut from 110 lb white cardstock. I stamped the same image again on more white cardstock and colored both of the images using my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens in Yellow, Orange, and Red.   

Then I cut out the butterfly from the second image by hand with scissors and layered it onto the butterfly. I added glue just to the butterfly's body and lightly bent up the wings.                          


For my card base, I used more 110 lb cardstock to create a 5"x7" card. I attached a 4 3/4"x 6 3/4" piece of yellow gingham paper from the Kingston Crafts' Patterned Paper stack onto the card base using my Xyron Mega Runner. Then topped it with 2 - 1/2" strips of corrugated cardstock. 

I backed my frame with foam adhesive and mounted it onto the corrugated strips.


Now, here's where I bring in all my gorgeous I Am Roses flowers...

I almost always start from the bottom layers and work on up. First, I added my Holly Leaves. Next, I added the Yellow Peony. Then, I placed a pair of White Gardenias on each side of the peony and tucked in cascading tiny Yellow Rosebuds.

In the diagonal corner I added another Holly Leaf,  White GardeniaYellow Rosebud, and added a Yellow Curly Rose.

Then finally added the words heartfelt thoughts from the Tim Holtz Big Chat stack.


And here is my finished card...






These flowers are absolutely beautiful! They seriously make every project STUNNING!!

I hope you enjoyed today's project and are inspired to create something beautiful of your own!

Don't forget to head on over to the I am Roses Challenge Blog for more inspiration 
OR
To enter and link up your projects!!

Thanks for stopping by and 
HAPPY CRAFTING!!
~Mitsyana








 

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