Tuesday, June 3, 2014

PP 198 - Petite Petals


A wedding theme can be daunting at time, as this is something so personal. However, this was the theme challenge from The Paper Players and I jumped right in. I got my inspiration from a sandal of mine that has flowers that look like the Petite Petals stamp set. When I was done with the card, my daughter immediately said, "mom, it looks like your sandal." Take a look and see what you think. Do you like it? Please share your love.

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Miriam Castanho Bollinger

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  1. Oh my gosh, this is so unique! Love the strappy baker's twine and the gold flowers. How ever did you get the twine so perfectly even?! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

    1. Thank you Nance. The twines were placed all in one direction first and that's when I determine the distance between each one of them. The other direction was placed so that the "intersections" were created. I made sure to meet at the top and side to get the distance the same as the twines on the bottom. Clear as mud? I am happy you enjoyed it. Please come again. Thank you for visiting.

  2. My thoughts too, how did you get the twine so even? Wow, very impressed with your beautiful creation, Miriam. Thanks for playing along with my challenge this week at The Paper Players!


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