I am still on my Funky Floral kick! After last weeks Framed Panel project I wanted to see if I could use the same idea but translate it to a smaller scale card. Follow along and I'll show you what I did.
I started the process with a piece of Distress Woodgrain Cardstock. I colored the cardstock with various colors of blue like Broken China, Mermaid Lagoon and Evergreen Bough. I mean who says woodgrain has to be brown?
I added foam tape to the back of the woodgrain frame and then added it to the card front.
Having the frame lifted off the card front was helpful to create dimension. I also used three small foam squares behind the three larger pink flowers. The orange flower and the daisy at the bottom are glued directly on the frame.
You might notice I cut up the flower that has the little round dots at the top. Last weeks project was bigger so it worked. This weeks card has less space to fill but I still wanted to use that flower so I just cut up the flower and added each dot flower individually. Easy trick.
Honestly, I am not much of a card maker (it stresses me out) but I love this one. It might be my favorite card I've ever made.
now carry on,