It’s not only time for our new challenge over at The Flower Challenge, it’s our 5th birthday celebrations! This month we want you to use a shape in your creations and you could win one of 11 fabulous prizes!
I can’t believe that it’s been 5 years and they’re still putting up with me. Thanks teamies, you are an amazing compassionate, talented bunch.
I rustled up a card using a new die from a fantastic small British company, Funky Fossil. I cut the die twice in black and green card, but only used the leafy part of the green one (there’s acorns hidden under the flowers!). Flowers are Heartfelt Creations Wild Rose collection and a few enamel dots for berries. I might add a sentiment inside the frame at a later date, when I decide what occasion to use it for!
We are celebrating our 5th Birthday!
See The Flower Challenge for details and our 11 PRIZES.
Also please take a few minutes to read our rules in the tab above as you may lose out on winning a prizes this time too. Bought flowers or ones just cut out from design paper alone are NOT allowed. If in any doubt please do ask.
Just to add that you can find us on facebook and also Instagram too. Our Instagram page is @theflowerchallenge2...remember the 2 at the end ;)
Our Guest Designer this month is the talented Emily Midgett from Sixth Street Sundries do try and visit her blog/Instagram if you haven't already as she makes such beautiful cards.
Beautiful card Cara, I love the frame die you used, actually I think I have that at home. Better check before I order it again. Hope you are feeling better chickie xx AileenReplyDelete
Beautiful flower spray in the corner of your fantastic black frame, Cara. Congrats on your 5 years at The Flower Challenge!ReplyDelete
The framing looks so striking and so contemporary and the flowers so delicate and pretty x. Happy 5th to you and the fabulous challenge Cara x.ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful card Cara.ReplyDelete
Fabulous CAS card, Cara. I love those black frames.ReplyDelete
The bouquet with the green berries is so pretty and the black hexagon frame works perfectly for the theme!ReplyDelete