This week's recipe is 1.) include some coloring, 2.) try a little curling and 3.) add a circle.
That's pretty easy peasy, even for a lunk head like me who had the card almost completed when I realized I hadn't paid attention to the recipe. I did color my image and I was ready to attach my lace ribbon flower with the pearl center which would have been a circle but I didn't curl anything. So, what's a girl to do. The orange ribbon was already in place and it wouldn't curl anyway. Then the thunderbolt hit me. Why not try curling a thin slice of card stock. Well, it worked and since it's the card stock used for the mats it's a perfect match. In case you are craft challenged and have no idea how to do this, it's very simple. Slice a sliver of the card stock and then roll it around a pencil and voila, you've got a curly ribbon. I stuck a glue dot on the card to attach the ribbons.
So now it's your turn. I hope to see you play along with us.
Here's the deets:
ink - hp printer
paper - Bazzill "Frosted Teal" and "Glow" CS; Doodlebug "Cake and Ice Cream" dp
miscellaneous - copics; mini brads; orange ribbon; lace flower; sewing machine
Here's the challenges:
Cooking It Up With Katie #79 - Curl a colored circle
Sweet Stampin - In Stitches
One Stitch At a Time #83 - Anything goes
Simon Says Stamp and Show - Things with Wings
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you'll come back again and I'm looking forward to seeing what you create for the Cooking It Up With Katie challenge.