I was certainly feeling rosy when I paper pieced this Waltzingmouse stamp. Waltzingmouse's Roses in Bloom is such a lovely set. I find that the main focal image rose lends itself so well to being pieced. I'm not entirely convinced that I did it justice, but it was a wonderful time had attempting the process. This card was made for this week's Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge using the colors from The Play Date Cafe (Mint, Buttercream and Taupe). It's been a while since I've thrown a card into the ring for either of these fab challenges so it was nice to be able to do so today. Even though I made this card this morning, it isn't a bonny a day as I would have liked for picture taking, so I have given you a natural light shot as well as a flashy one. You've got to do what you've got to do, right? Anyways, I am sure you get the picture. *wink*
Please find below the natural light image of my card, the inspiration photo for this week's The Play Date Cafe Challenge, and the natty sketch from Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge for this week.
Lovely of you to stop by. Have a fantastic day! x
- Stamps: Waltzingmouse Stamps Roses In Bloom and Off-Beat Backgrounds, Papertrey Ink's Tiny Tags
- Paper: Papertrey Ink Spring Moss , Stampers Select White, and Fine Linen C/S, Basic Grey, Websters, and Pink Paislee DP
- Accessories: Antique White and Pale Gold Acrylic Paint, WRMK Corner Chomper, Tim Holtz Alterations Label and Tags, Papertrey Ink Impression Plates in Woodgrain, and Tin Types and Bakers Twine in Green, Uniball White Gel Pen, and Jute