Friday, June 25, 2010

Red Rose Bouquet

Good Evening Crafters,


This week 2sketches4you have created a beautiful Kazan's Sketch 55 for their challenge. Here it is:












And The Shabby Tea Room's Week#15 challenge requirement is based on the following inspiration:










So, I mingled them both and here is my take on the sketch and the inspiration:


What else is more impressive than a Red Rose Bouquet for proposing someone :). I created the flowers by punching out 9 flower shapes out of red cardstock. I piled them in a set of 3 each, pasted the layers together and slightly rolled the sides of petals. The base DP are from Best Occasions and Martha Stewart. The center of the flower was made with quilled rolls. I cut 3 strips for the stem and simple leaves from green cardstock. Arranged them in the form of bouquet and tied a red ribbon with a tag "BE MINE". I stamped the background with i.cling stamp with brownstone color ink-pad. I added a cute little butterfly on the top of rose. Here is a closer look of the bouquet.


This is what I got for now. Thanks for stopping by :)
See you around :)

9 Wonderful Comments:

Nicole said...

Beautiful card! Great take on the challenge! Thanks for playing along with us at TSTR! :)

Lisa said...

Beautiful card Neeti! I love the flowers and the layout. Thanks for playing and sharing with us in the Tea Room!

Cheryl Nelson said...

This is so pretty! love the pops of red!!

suzARTe said...

this card is really lovely

Sylvia said...

Very pretty card! I like the colors you used!

Kazan Clark said...

so delicate and pretty!!! A great take on the sketch
Thanks for playing along with us at 2S4Y this week
Hugs
Kazan

Audrey Pettit said...

Your flowers are lovely and I really like how you turned the sketch. thanks for joining us in the Tea Room.

Debbie said...

Those sweet little flowers are simply adorable! Thanks for sharing your design with us this week in the Tea Room :)

Monika Reeck said...

you did a great take on the sketch Neeti....love your little flowers..pretty card Neeti...thanks for your sweet comment on my Blog :)