Friday, March 25, 2011

The Shabby Tea Room Week #54

This week in the Shabby Tea Room there is a special Bingo game going on:

We get to pick the bingo row that we want and use those items on our project. I went with the diagonal bingo that includes Die Cuts/Flowers/Gems.


I have been a little addicted to making these satin flowers after seeing them on my friend Jen's blog. I have made them in lots of different colors but for this card I wanted aqua. I used some little flower gems for the centers of the flowers. The die cuts are the leaves, which are cut from a 1930's vintage sheet music book. I have been lucky enough to find 2 of the small music books recently. The size of the music print in the smaller books is perfect for cards. 


And here is a close-up of the tag. This is a brand-new super adorable stamp set from Papertrey Ink designed by Melissa Phillips. It's so her, and it's precious. I punched the tag from the coordinating die and couldn't resist using a piece of the aqua satin in back of the heart. This card will be going to my mom on Mother's Day.
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8 comments:

Kristin said...

Wow this is stunning. Absolutely in love with your flowers. Thanks for joining us this week at The Shabby Tea Room.

Hugs,
Kristin

Lindsay said...

Gorgeous Cindy! Love those big blue blooms!

Danielle Therese Greenwood said...

Goodness, this card is so pretty! I love those beautiful flowers. Thanks for joining us in The Shabby Tea Room this week.

Charlene said...

LOVE the satn flowers up against the beautiful paper and the print vine Gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful creation with us this week at the Shabby Tea Room :-)

Diane Jaquay said...

Be still my shabby old heart, this card is all kind of FABULOUS!!!!

jen said...

Wow, Cindy! This is amazing! Love your combo- and those flowers are pure bliss in that color! :)

Rosemary said...

absolutely gorgeous card, cindy!! your mom is soo lucky!!

Leigh said...

Wow, this is stunning! Absolutely gorgeous! I'd love to know how you make the satin flowers!