Monday, April 11, 2011

A rose is a rose...

Hello there!  Have you heard about Paper Soft by Viva?  I fell in love with it the first time I saw it and am continually amazed at the looks you get from this wonderful product.  It has the look of chalk when applied, yet, YET! it's also embossable!  So to get things started a little early, I put a lovely rose corsage together for Mother's Day.  This rose would look just as pretty on a card and, in fact, you can present it just that way.  Pin it to a home made card and the intended recipient can unpin it and wear it!  Talk about wearable art.  Here's a look at what I'll be teaching this Saturday at the Scrapbook Cupboard from 1-3 p.m.



And here's another version and a different color of the same rose used on a card (this card will not be part of the class).  While I changed the flower up a bit  by using doilies for leaves, I think it would still have a nice impact for Mom, Sis, Friend, etc.


I hope you'll join me on Saturday!
Ciao for now.
Ciao Bella!







7 comments:

Anonymous said...

You know my address - look forward to getting either of these in the mail!

starqueen said...

Hi Sunny,
What beautiful roses..my favorite flower! Your feature on the Sparkle n Sprinkle site was very informative. I need a nap just hearing about all you're doing as a "retired" person. But we benefit from your busy doings by seeing your beautiful work! Thanks for sharing!

Barbara Bruder said...

awesome roses. Love them

Donna said...

Such beautiful flowers! I can tell you're ready for Spring! My garden is blooming lusciously. When it is too hot this summer, I can enjoy the garden in your blog.

Stampin' Hands have Happy Hearts said...

gorgeous flowers Donna!!

darling Ho said...

Terrific! Donna!! I love love the stunning Rose.:)
Thanks for your mail for me.
~darling Ho~

ChrisD said...

Sweet kitty on the keyboard. When Her Highness touches you with her paw, that is a great honor that she is bestowing. it is NOT that she is making sure you are near. No,no. That would suggest that she NEEDED you. And we all know that cats don't NEED us. They allow us to live on their planet. You see, I actually do speak cat!