Friday, 11 March 2011

Wish granted: Concertina flowers part 3

Hi,
Here we are with the final post about our Concertina Flowers wish granted. Well not quite the final post, as the challenge will come next and we hope many of you will enter.
Today, Michelle is your fairy who created cards and Concertina flowers (with a score board) with her usual inky touch.


Cut a strip of paper using deckle edge scissors. Ink the edge and stamp a text stamp all over the strip.


Lay the strip on a scoring board and score at narrow intervals. Fold into a rosette as in previous demonstrations


Use it as the main embellishment on a tag
For this tag Michelle used:
Deckle edge scissors
Distress inks
Text stamp
Stamps Katzelcraft - Nature plate
Smooch spritzer


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For this rosette I cut white paper with decorative edge scissors and coloured it with papersoft dark sand paint then stamped the flourish with papersoft stone grey.


I made the rosette up as before.

To complete the card I coloured white paper with papersoft, added a few flourishes placed the rosette and stamped the sentiment
Michelle used:
Stamps Katzelcraft - Nature
Crafty Secrets - Card Sentiments
Paint Papersoft - Dark Sand, Stone Grey
Inks Versafine - Onyx Black

Here we go for this week. We do hope you have enjoyed this wish granted,
We will be back in a couple of weeks with a new wish.

Don't forget that you can find all the products used for the Wish Granted in one place on the website in the Wishing Well EZ shopping section.

Jane is going to take over the blog for next week as I will be on holiday, so I'll see you in two weeks

Isa

4 comments:

  1. Gorgeous creations Michelle. Love the Papersoft card. x

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  2. Absolutely beautiful thanks for another great way to make the flowers!Card is stunning and elegant!
    hugs judex

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  3. wow beautiful tag and amazing card, so special. hugs chris xx

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