Welcome back, and thanks for stopping by the CropStop Blog once again. Today, it’s Karen Letchworth here sharing a sweet card I created for you using some more of my favorite CropStop goodies to show you how easy and fun it is to create a fun card for gift-giving, and to share in our challenges. I just love how using CropStop’s amazing die-cuts and embellishments can quickly spice up a simple card and make the most ordinary card look extraordinary.
This card was created using some patterned papers that I machine stitched and covered with laces and trims, a chipboard sentiment, and some more gorgeous die-cut wool felt flowers using another wonderful Die-Namics/My Favorite Things Die-Cut to give my card texture, depth and personality. I cut the flowers from ivory wool felt using some adorable wool felt that I rolled, and then placed some Doodlebug Mini Pearls in their centers for a soft touch. I also placed some big bows under my flowers that were made using Ivory Burlap Trim. There are some sweet little Maya Road Canvas Tags on the card (going in various directions) to draw the eye more toward the sentiment.
I know that I’ve been sharing several of these rolled flower cards lately, but I really want you all to know how WONDERFUL these die-cuts are, and how completely LOVELY the flowers turn out that you can cut with them. While I’ve been using wool felt on mine, they can easily be cut from patterned paper, card stock, sheet music, and so much more; and they’re really beautiful. They’re just SO sweet, and can be used in so many different ways. CropStop carries several different styles, too. The one I used on this particular card is called Rolled Daisies. You’re sure to find LOTS of great supplies at CropStop to help make your cards and projects fun and easy. I hope you will treat yourself to something new from the CropStop store, and then come play along in our current challenge. We’d LOVE to have you share with us.
Thanks for visiting, and have a crafty, creative and blessed week. We enjoy having you stop by the CropStop Blog, and hope that the projects we share are inspiring to you. Thanks for joining us!
Karen Letchworth for CropStop