Roxanne played with her Swirly Scribbles thinlits, her markers, punches and her pastels to create a whimsical flower trio. She swirled on her spots of colour to coordinate with her “wreath” die cuts, then glued them on top and fancied them up with some bling-y rhinestones.
Notice her trio is just a bit off centre to add visual interest. This would bring a smile to even the most curmudgeonly amongst us, wouldn’t you agree?
2018 Annual Catalogue Open House Customer Handmade Cards
So isn’t it FUN to see what everyone’s been up to? I think it’s so neat to see how different techniques, framelits and stamp sets provide inspiration for you. And I ALWAYS get inspired too to try something new – or maybe visit an older technique I haven’t tried in awhile.
If you loved these ideas, I know you’ll appreciate the work behind these other super designs created by my friends and customers. And maybe these ones will get you inspired to get into your craft room too?
Even if you weren’t able to attend this Open House😔, I would love to receive your handmade creations…ANYTIME! Send one to me at Box 911, Blackfalds, AB T0M0J0.
But you know what? I’m not done yah-et! I had such an overwhelming response, I couldn’t share them all in one post. So make sure you keep your eyes peeled to see which other customer handmade cards I’ve hidden away to share in upcoming Front and Centre Friday blog posts!