I've been on a yellow kick the last couple of days... I don't know if I'm just craving warm weather and sunshine or what... but it's been all about YELLOW for me!
This is another project with a box... it's the 5.5" card box that I've been working on. I have it ALMOST perfected and ready to post... but I need to tweek the size just a bit. Then I'll post the measurements for everyone. This box was made with paper from an Amy Butler K&Company 12x12 paper pad. I bought this pad last spring and still haven't finished it yet - and I'm not a hoarder at all.... it's just that they last forever! The ribbon is wire edged yellow/white gingham from Michael's $1 bin.
The card was made with more of the Amy Butler paper as the background. The flourish frame and large flower are from Fancy Pants "Pollen Dust" set. I stamped the frame in brown ink then used copics to hightlight the flourishes with green and yellow. The flower was stamped with yellow and green chalk in from colorbox. I stamped the sentiment on textured cardstock, then sanded the edges and colored them with copics. It's a REALLY bright project... but I have to admit that I just love it!!
The last card was also made with K&Company cardstock from the "Wild Saffron" line. I don't know if it's new, but I just saw this at Michaels the other day and had to buy a bunch of items from the set. They don't carry this collection at Joann's (where I usually shop), so I feel like I've been missing out!
The big flower is from on the dp, the smaller flowers are stickers from Sandylion. I used a sentiment from MFT.
Thanks for looking... dont' forget about my Box and Bow giveaway on the previous post. I'm choosing a winnner on SUNDAY, so there is still one more day to leave a comment if you haven't already! Thanks for reading!
One LAST thing... many of you have asked about my mutli-ribbon bows. My inspiration for them came from Pam (4Hounds) and she just posted a tutorial on her blog Indigo Studio. Show her some love and go take a peek at the great job she did AND learn all the secrets of ribbon blossoms!