Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Handmade zip flowers

Hello everyone!!

I´m back with my handmade flower cards.Last 3 months were really stressful for me.Now I´m comfortably settled in my new house and my daughter started Grade 1 this year. My craft room is
also ready...so hopefully I will get more time now for crafting. Big thanks to Ren-Yi and DYSU DT team for encouraging me to make atleast DT submissions.

 I have made 2 cards, using zip from my daughter´s old bag.One with simple five petals and the other yoyo style.
This is picture heavy post.

 
Here goes my second card.
 
 
I have used the same layout for both the cards b´cos I really loved it the way it turned out.
Sentiments are from the stamps of life.







 
 



 
These cards I have made keeping in my mind  these challenges:
Itsy Bitsy :Big B challenge.( I have used here Button and twine Bow in my first card and in second card, I have used Blings,twine bow and Beads in the centre of the flower)
and Colleen Dietrich challenge at Do More with Less to use shabby chic style using Pearls and lace, and Really Reasonable Ribbons #56- Autumn colours with ribbon or lace.
 
Thanks for stopping by!!
Cheers
Archana
 
 


11 comments:

  1. wow Archana. Lovely cards. Such fab use of old zip. I love the colors you use on your cards. You may also enter Lulupu blog where they have "This used to be" challenge this month.

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  2. These are so lovely. The colors, the textures...

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  3. Archana, the colors you chose remind me of cinnamon and spices...so yummy! The zipper flowers are really cute. :) Thanks so much for playing in my challenge at Yvonne Yam's!

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  4. Great cards! Thanks so much for participating in our Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge.

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  5. Oh my! These are lovely Archana! I love the fall inspired colours and the yummy textures!

    Thanks for playing along with my guest Colleen's challenge!

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  6. Fabulous cards!! Love the paper you used and think it's great to recycle items for new uses.

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  7. Both the cards are fabulous..clolurs are amazing..the background is so eyecatching and zipper flowers are so beautifully made.

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  8. Very few submissions into our challenge are incorporating beads and I just love your take on them. So whimsical and interesting Archana! Well done! Im also very intrigued about your craft room... how lucky are you to have a dedicated craft room!
    We're so kicked you decided to enter this into our Big B Challenge over at ItsyBitsy. All the very best!
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place

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  9. Wow theses are so lovely cards ! followed link from Do more with less..and found these amazing cards ! loved the zip flowers the most !I am your new follower.

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