Lots of stitching on here and I gave the kraft tabs some dimension and depth by popping them up on foam. To keep them from bowing I scored them flush with the edge and 1/8" more. That allowed me to have them lay flat and then fold around to the back with a nice flat edge. It looks pretty cool and I hope you can see what I'm talking about easily in the photo below.
Create with TLC. I don't do very many masculine cards and I guess this isn't really all that masculine but I'm happy how it turned out. No frou frous is tough! LOL
I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Crafts 4 Eternity Recipe Challenge--spring
Crafty Ann's--stitching, real or faux
Moving Along With the Times--garden or flowers
The Outlawz Twisted Thursday--anything goes plus flowers
My Mum's Craft Shop--the great outdoors
Have a fabulous weekend!
- Paper: My Mind's Eye "Lost and Found--Portabello Road", Kraft Outlet Light Kraft, Recollections, Copic XPress-it Blending card
- Stamp: A Day For Daisies "Flowers for Her" ; sentiment from Create with TLC
- Ink: Copics
- Tools:Making Memories eyelet setter, sewing machine
- Miscellaneous: Inkadinkado Blending chalks, Offray ribbon, Spare Parts brads, Recollections eyelet, Kraft Outlet Hang Tag String, buttons from my stash