I have just been in love with all the ribbon and paper roses I have seen lately, haven't you? They make the most beautiful 3-D projects. I wanted to give some a try, and needed a birthday card to mail, so I thought ribbon roses might mail easier.
I've been having trouble sleeping this week... is it catch-up from Convention? I don't know. It is kinda making me grumpy. Anywho, most of this card is a 1am wonder. :)
The sky and the grass are brayered. I wanted an undefined line between the two. I then stitched the butterfly's flight and the border of the card. The ribbon roses are actually sewed onto the card, but I am not a real fan of that method. Adhering the roses to the card seems to be my only stumbling block (for paper roses too, which I will share later). If someone has a better way, please share! This is a birthday card for sis.
Stamps: Sincere Salutations; Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White, Old Olive, Razzleberry Lemonade DSP; Ink: Bashful Blue, Old Olive; Accessories: Brayer, Large Oval punch, Scallop Oval punch, Rich Razzleberry satin ribbon, Beautiful Wings embosslit, Beautiful Butterflies die, Little Leaves die, Big Shot, Sewing Machine, Thread, Dimensionals.
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