Friday, January 7, 2011

OTWC #40

Welcome back to another Off The Wall Craftiness color inspiration
challenge!  Just look at this week's colors......another great one to make
Valentines!    This week's sponsor
is none other than The Felt Store.  omg.  This felt is super super soft
and so easy to work with! 



Are you ready for my card using this fantastic felt? 
I really like how these roses turned out.  It's like magic when you die-cut
one out and start rolling!  It's the Rolled Rose Die from MFT.



Do you like the frame off to the side?  I've found myself doing this more and more!
I kinda like it!  I paired this felt with some grograin ribbon that I
had in my stash that matched perfectly.



Thank you so much for stopping by and don't forget to go make
a project using the OTWC colors and upload it for a chance at some of this
felt from The Felt Store as a sweet prize!!

29 comments:

Lindsay said...

This is gorgeous Amy! I looove your interpretation of the colors! And yes, those felt flowers are perfect!

Lynn said...

Amy, this is gorgeous...love those flowers!

Kara said...

so elegant...love the soft fuzzy feel of the flowers!

Dana said...

Ahhh, such an elegant, classic card Amy. I love those deep red, rich flowers. Pretty, pretty, pretty!

Sue Ann said...

I hope this was not a little something you threw together after working all those hours ..... I hope it was not a sugar high :) This is so beautiful and those flowers really steal the show ........ love the scor lines and the BG stamping!!! Have a great day!!1

Jaclyn Miller said...

Isn't that felt dreamy? Your card turned out beautiful! I love putting that frame off to the side too.

Emily Keaton said...

This is so stunning, Amy! Your felt flowers are beautiful, and the white on kraft looks stunning. Love this!

Colleen Dietrich said...

Amy, I love your card! Those felt flowers are soooo rich and gorgeous. I have never made a fabric flower....I'm going to have to give it a try. TFS!

Laurie said...

Amy those flowers are so pretty!! This is a gorgeous card! I love the tag off to the side!! Hope you are doing well! Wish you could have had pizza with us! ;)

Aimes said...

Divine, simple and elegant! Love those flowers!
Hugs,
Aimes
x

Keva said...

Amy..this is so extra beautiful!

Jen Carter said...

This is gorgeous!! I am in love with those roses you made!! LOVE them!! And of course the background totally inspires me too!! Gorgeous!!

Karen B. said...

So so pretty, love those roses.

Kristii said...

Absolutely stunning!! The color combo is perfect and the roses are gorgeous!!!!

Kim O'Connell said...

Amy, this card is just gorgeous! Clean and simple with a pop of pizzazz!

Eva said...

The whole card is gorgeous but the flowers just look so rich in that color.

Michele Gross said...

Have I told you lately that I love your style??? O.K. how 'bout...have I told you lately that you are rockin' the colors??!! :D

Huguenot Girl said...

Really elegant. Loving the colour combo.

Tenia Nelson said...

Love your card!!!!!

Paula Laird said...

Love it!!!

Katie {choc0holic} said...

That felt is just yummy! I love the card base as well!

Anne Marie said...

Love this! All of the details are awesome! I especially like that off-center frame and the scored lines at the bottom. :)

Emy said...

Absolutely lovely card, who's inspire me for a future project.
Thank's for stopping in my blog, i'm rellay honored by this. OTWC challenges are just beautiful, I'm excited about the next one ! ;)

Lea L. said...

This is so pretty! I love those flowers, and the stamping is fabulous! Great job! ♥♥♥

Ivanka said...

I can't begin to tell you how much I love this card! The stamping, the color, the felt roses...everything is just so simply elegant and so gorgeous!

Sue Plote said...

This card is so absolutely BEAUTIFUL! Perfection!

Karen C. said...

What a lovely card. I like the white stamping medallions on the Kraft card and the roses are simply gorgeous.

Peggysuez said...

That is a GORGEOUS card. I love it! I was looking at the MFT rosette die though and I don't see how you made the rose with it . . . any hints?

Jeanne said...

Your roses are absolutely gorgeous!!!!!!! Would you kindly share your technique? Thanks again for this inspiration!

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