When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say, "I used everything you gave me, Lord." I am a believer that God created each one of us with a unique talent, therefore, use it well to serve Him.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Paper Flowers

Most crafter's are busy lately creating their own paper flowers. Rediscovering different ways to use punches and die-cut machines and dies to come up with gorgeous flowers to add for projects. I gotta try this too and I had fun doing it but of course on the third day, I have to quit.

I made a card using one of my stamped images of Sweet Pea and colored it using copics. Although I changed the technique and started coloring from darkest shade to lightest. Most tutorials, coloring should be done the other way but nobody says you cannot do it ant another way, right!? Actually people find it easier now to blend colors using the darkest to lightest technique. And I agree to that! So without further babbling, here's another card I made...

Papers: DCWV, GP and PTI
Stamps: Sweet Pea
Coloring: Copic markers
Inkpads: Memento
Tools: Cricut expression, Cricut cartride, Cuttlebug machine, Sizzix dies, TAC glimmer mist and heat tool
Embellishment: Polished hemp, brads and Prima say it in crystals bling

I must say that I wasn't too pleased with this card but I guess it's okay to make a not-so-good card once in a while.

1 comment:


Huh? Not so good card? Oh my I totally disagree coz this card is so beautiful =)