Here’s a card for my friend Janani that I share an office with at work! She makes work fun. Thank you Janani!
To make the center of the flower I cut a thin strip of paper about 3 inches long, then cut fringe in it, then added a bit of glue from a gluestick and rolled it up. I pressed gently on the top to get it to fan out and then glued it to the flower with regular white glue.
Supplies: Hero Arts Kaleidoscope Wild Daisy (E3717), Square Distressed Background (F3384), Sketch Line Square (F3826), and Handwritten Thank You (C3964). Memories soft green, Versacolor split pea, and marigold, and Ancient Page chocolate. Fabriano notecard.
9 Replies to “Inspired by buttercups!”
So simple yet gorgeous! Somehow, the way you put things together comes out outstanding! :)
Thank you Lisa. The card made my day!!! I really enjoy having you as my officemate. Your enthusiasm and passion for things amazes me. May you always keep blooming like the buttercup in the card.
This is stunning Lisa .I am so inspired by you !
What a cute buttercup card! Your cards really demonstrate how you can add one special element (like the 3-D flower center, or a ribbon, etc.) to a simple card and make it into something outstanding!
love love love it- so SPRINGY-considering its 28 degrees here with snow flurries i need all the Spring I can get! Thanks for sharing!!
WOW! I love this…so pretty and Springy! Mmm, YUM!
This is a gorgeous card. I love this flower! Thanks for sharing!
This flower is soooo pretty. I like the 3d effect.
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