This, once again, is open to so many interpretations. You can use the flower like I have, the colors, a gradient, the sketch... I can't wait to see what you do.
For my project I took this garage sale wooden plaque:
I upcycled it to a seasonal decor piece. Like I said I absolutely love white tulips. I used the La Petite Paperie Basile papers by Carina Gardner, which are available at Jessica Sprague. The solids (white and kraft) are from the Daisy Jane collection, also by Carina Gardner. I cut the papers the size I wanted them, adhere them to a base with Glue Dots® and Glue Lines® then I added the stitching. The yellow paper was stamped with a Unity stamp before adhering and the label (cut with Spellbinders) was misted with some Studio Calico Mr. Huey. The tulip is from the Bee-Loved set by My Time Made Easy. The title is cut with my Spring Slice cartridge then crimped with my crimper (haven't used that in awhile!). Now the best part... I adhered it to the plaque with Removable Glue Dots® so that I can change the picture for the season/holiday! I love that! This is also for The Pink Elephant challenge - yellow.
I wrote this blog post while participating on the Glue Dots Design Team.
Now I can't wait to see what you do!
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It is time for another Inspired By challenge. I have to say, I am loving doing this challenge blog, it is really getting me out of my box and creating things that I may not otherwise have done. I hope it is doing the same for you!
With Earth day soon upon us I chose this photo as inspiration.
Maps are ever so popular right now so I can see this inspiration being used for some map projects, or you can use circles, the earth, the colors...
Once again I dug into my My Mind's Eye Follow Your Heart collection. Can you tell I LOVE this collection! I was inspired by the colors but also thought that the title on the chipboard was perfect as well. "Where ever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine." My daughter has the whole world ahead of her and I hope that whatever she does, she does it by being herself. I used my Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge to cut out the pennants and the butterfly tag. I love this cartridge! This is also for the My Mind's Eye Challenge - hexagons, and the Simply Create Too challenge - Earth Day
Welcome to another Inspired By challenge. This week I have another spring inspired challenge for you. I love spring and I love clotheslines (miss having one). Nothing says spring like finally being able to hang some clothes out on the line!