As the school year comes to a close it is time to thank all the teachers that have helped my children grow. So when I saw 'the challenge' at Always Playing with Paper I knew I was in.
|Entering 'the challenge' #36|
|The large sunflower, sentiment, and colored sunflower|
make the eye pleasing triangle.
|All the elements from this card all work todgether|
to form a clean design.
|The twine looks like one string but in fact it is two.|
The gigantic sunflower started it all off. As it is very large, the light 'wild hare' color calms it down and draws it back from the larger then life sentiment. A touch of color is all this card needed from the small sunflower. Why? Because the over exaggerated sentiment needs its space to dominate. So much so I stamped some of the 'thank you' off the card. I liked the way it worked.
As for the twine it is actually two pieces of twine made to look like one. The twine wrapped around the card is adhered with a dimensional dot and the bow was tied to a die cut paper button then glued on the flower.which was then put on the dimensional dot.
Well that is all for me tonight. I hope this post finds you well and I hope to see you again. Don' t forget to leave comments good, great, or otherwise.
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