Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Sunny Yellow Roses

Today's Color Challenge colors at Splitcoaststampers are Daffodil Delight, Old Olive, and Tangerine Tango.
What a sunny, happy combination and it just put me in the mood to make some yellow roses with MFT's Mini Rolled RoseDie-namics - I love making these little roses, they're so easy and when made from felt they can be squished in an envelope without damage!
I also used snipped bits from MFT's Fancy Flourish Die-namic and leaves from the Flower Trio and Leaf Trio Die-namics.
This little Pure Innocence cutie is holding a poppy in her hand in the image which I replaced with a yellow rose.  The dress has been paper pieced and the edges sponged to give the impression of dimension.
Supplies include:
Spellbinders Nestabilities Circles Large, Small
Sewing machine
Felt
Copics
SU dp
SU Lucky Limeade, Tangerine Tango cardstock
Echo Park dp

6 comments:

Mrs. GraceWorks said...

Bridget, someday soon I'm hoping to see a MFT design team watermark on your pictures. Your MFT cards are always so wonderful!!! I love that mini roses die. I'm pretty sure it will be on my next order, whenever that happens to be!

Blessings!

Tricia

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

This is a vision Bridget! GORGEOUS in every way!!

JD said...

This is as cute as you can get! Great job with the color challenge!

Susie said...

Sunny, bright and full of cheer. This little PI flower girl is adorable. I love your idea of changing out her flower for the felt one. It's a darling card and love those challenge colors too.

Hugs,
Susie ~

Pat K said...

Beautiful card Bridget. Found your blog on SCS when you left me a lovely comment. Thank you so much - I'm now going to become your newest follower as I'm loving everything I see.

Gabby said...

CONGRATS on being featured on the MFT blog as a FAVORITE FIND today! This card is absolutely darling. Great display of the challenge colors. Like the sketch, your dp combo, your paper pieced and colored PI, as well as, the flower spray w/flourishes ... I guess that's pretty much the whole card, huh? Seriously, it is wonderful! :)