Papercraft Star #147

Our challenge theme this week at Papercraft Star is handmade flowers.  Any creation is fair game, just be sure to include a handmade flower.  Here is the inspiration photo, which is use if you choose.

My card is based on the sketch challenge this week at The Paper Players.  My crafting time has been limited lately, so I combined a few of my favorite challenge sites for my card.  Here is the original sketch design-

The colors and patterns in my card were chosen based on the inspiration photo challenge at Just Us Girls Challenge.  I love the yellow, grey and white color combination!

I  kept the inside of my card blank to leave more room for a hand written sentiment.

All supplies by Close To My Heart, except where noted:

D1482 Love Life Stamp Set (Swirls)

D1187 For Every Occasion Stamp Set (Sentiment)

Retired Dotty For You Paper Packet

X5929 Whisper Cardstock

1385 White Daisy Cardstock

1271 Buttercup Cardstock

Z2173 Slate Ink

Tilth Flower Die-Memory Box

Retired Goldrush Brad

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Hope to see your handmade flower creations at Papercraft Star this week!

13 thoughts on “Papercraft Star #147”

  1. Beautiful Allisa! Fabulous mix of those challenge themes and I LOVE the button you used for the flower center. Hugs!

  2. This is so clean and perfect Allisa! Love the dotted paper and the placement of the flower…looks Great! So glad you linked it up with us at JUGS~

  3. OMGoodness, this is so pretty! I love the color blocking and that flower is so pretty with that corduroy brad! Love it! Thanks for playing with Just Us Girls!

  4. Gasp—that flower die is AMAZING! Gonna have to look for that one! I love how you can take something so simple and make it look divine! Thanks for making my sketch look so awesome this week, and sharing it with us at the Paper Players!! I just love it!

  5. Absolutely fabulous, Allisa! So clean and classy! The flower is the perfect focal point. Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!

  6. Stunning, Allisa! Such a crisp and clean, yet beautiful, card. Thanks for playing along with The Paper Players this week.


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