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Saturday, 15 November 2008

Challenge 4# 'Pretty Petals'

Its Saturday again already and time for this weeks One Stop Craft Challenge. This week it is Eleanor's turn to set the theme and she has chose 'Pretty Petals'. So she would love to see 'flowers/petals' somewhere on your project, whether it be a stamped image, backing paper, flower doodle, embellishments, whatever you like. And as usual we have a fabulous prize for the lucky winner, which is this beautiful 'Wild Flowers' stamp from the 'One Stop Card Crafts' online shop. We look forward to seeing your amazing creations again this week, so hope you can join us.
This is my dt bookmark card.

I really enjoyed making this card, I forgot how much I love decoupage and with my new tweezer scissors it made it so much easier, I love them. I have used Paper Nation Kimino Lady on my card, K and Co Backing papers, flowers from my stash and green card. I scored down the side of the bookmark with a preforating blade so that it can be torn off easily.


Ruth - Crafty Wanderings said...

I was thinking of making some cards with bookmarks for the church air and mam's friends. So thanks for the tip about the perforating blade...off to borrow dad's paper cutter as he has just such a blade!

Your card is lovely!
Ruth x

Paula said...

Just love this card Donna and the Bookmark idea is great
Paula xxxx

nessy said...

wonderful card with book mark ~what a wonderful idea donna
vanessa xx

cats whiskers said...

Wow I have these Kimono ladies and havn't used them yet, b ut am going to do so now after seeing this little beauty love the layout and your use of the lovelt litle blossoms
Hugs Jacqui x

Faye said...

Donna, this is fantastic! I love your beautiful bookmark card that you have as an example for the rest of us to follow for Pretty Petals.

Sammi said...

oooh... this looks AWESOME Donna! I love how you put it all together!

Cass said...

Fantastic idea Donna,and a gorgeous card.Love it.

Cass xxx

Claire said...

Wow, stunning card. Love the bookmark too.


Rosette said...

Wow, these are lovely, just like all your creations Donna!