I could go wild with this collection for making cards. For this one I used the badge-shaped frame of one of the papers from the 6″ paper pad.
Card by Nerrida Mitchell: English rose paper pad (PP835), Florence Paper (P596), Colour rub-ons (RB888), Cream lace pack (EM927).
Karen has made another layout using the gorgeous English Rose collection. ” I just cant seem to put this range down, it is so pretty, and I find it really easy to work with. I love that there are so many elements that can be cut out and used as embellishments , the roses and leaves from the “Florance” paper are perfect for this. This layout is of my Daughter, Ashlee, she was a flowergirl in my Uncles wedding a few years ago. She was quite a shy kid, and was terrified of walking out first in front of everyone. You can see the fear on her face if you look closely. But she did a wonderful job, and actually ended up having a great day :)
‘Flower girl’ by Karen Shady
materials: English rose collection, patterned papers, lillian (P599), florance (P596), pearl (P601), estelle (P598), 6×6 paper pad (PP835), coloured rub ons (RB888), chipboard alpha #1 (CB107), ink- rose (IP712)
other: cardstock, demensional magic, martha stewart punch, magnolia die.
To make the title, I simply inked the chipboard alphabet letters with the ‘rose’ coloured ink ( I prefer to use ink, as it dries quicker than paint, and makes less mess). I then covered the alphas with demensional magic. They take a little while to dry, but dont be tempted to speed the drying up, as a hairdryer will make the surface look bumpy.