Welcome to Throwback Tuesday #9!
The deets: every Tuesday, I will post a card that has been sitting in the draft closet too long. At the end of each month, I will randomly select a winner from all the valid challenge entries!The challenge: link up an old papercraft related blog post, card photo, or post one of your old drafts/pictures! An additional entry will be given to those who comment on the Throwback Tuesday posts for that month.The prize: a big ol’ box stuffed with scrapbooking goodies!Sorry, but due to crazy shipping costs, this challenge is open to the US only!
My thoughts from April ’11…
Our theme this month was Mothers Day – I know, I know, it’s over. But really, do we need a special day to send our mom’s a card? I know my Mom going through the experience of nine homeschooled kids definitely deserves cards on days other than just Mothers Day. 🙂
My Mom loves the simple, yet effective cards, so thats what I tried to work in on my card here.
Using THIS adorable floral paper from Melody Ross’s Homespun Chic collection – so cute! I see myself using this adorable pattern many more times in the future. 😉
Oh, how I love these ‘Fun House’ chipboard frames – already used half my stash of these precious embellishments!
A hand-dyed cluster of seam binding finishes of this floral card. 🙂
And now you can link up for the challenge!
Patterned paper, candy dot, chipboard frame: GCD Studios “Material Girl” and Melody Ross “Homespun chic”
Stamp: Hero Arts “Thinking of you messages”
Ink: Distress Ink “Walnut Stain”
Ribbon: Seam binding
Tools: trimmer, adhesive, scissors, 1″ hole punch