Monday, July 25, 2011

Rosettes and more rosettes...Challenge #29 at Crop Stop

It is a bit cooler here at our  cottage at Turkey Point on Lake Erie of course I have the fan going  already which makes it bearable but while making the card the wind from the fan blew it under the sofa bed. I  got a bit of exercise getting it out.
I was checking out the Crop Stop Blog for the new challenge and was very excited I knew how to make a rosette without a die. I am very fond of black and white and could see how nice the rosette would look in some great b&w dp. The floral background is an embossing folder from Stampin’up, I think it is a very versatile folder great for an occasion . I found the cute flower button in my button jar. I used my black atyou spica glitter pen on the centers of the flowers, the butterflies were punched out of vellum. TFL.
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Thanks for stopping by today and you are welcome anytime.
In all things of nature, there is something of the marvellous.
- Aristotle

6 comments:

  1. This is beautiful! I love the embossing on the black. Your rosette looks lovely on the dark background. Thanks for playing along with our CropStop Challenge Blog!

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  2. Your card is stunning and your rosette is AWESOME! You did an amazing job on our CropStop challenge! Hugs, Rosie

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  3. Your project is beautiful, and the use of the rosette as its focal point perfect! Thanks for joining us on cropstop.com for this week's challenge. Love your work!

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  4. ooo my this is so pretty barb..wonderful job on the challenge..tfs..loves ya

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  5. Barb the B&W turned out awesome for this project TFS awesome job...

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  6. Barb, so pretty. Love the black and white. You made a beautiful rosette.

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