Sunday 20 May 2012

Rolled flowers and Steampunk style.

Today's card is for the challenge at the Design to colour blog, and its Rolled flowers!
So for this card, i used a Saturated Canary image, Carissa and created a steampunk style card.
The colours i used for colouring in the image were...
Skin: Coral, Oatmeal and blush.
Hair: Caramel, cocoa and chestnut
Clothes:Pine ,caramel and chestnut.
I added some measuring tape washi tape for a border look, two wooden buttons and added one of my large prima vintage script flowers, then made the two rolled ones using the same backing paper.
Its unusual for my style, but i do like this one.



  1. Fab card, love all the greens...

  2. Fabulous card... Love Green one of my fav colours... the image is adorable and the card design just perfect.. Hugs May x x

  3. stunning card natalie.your colours are gorgeous and i love this image :D

    xx coops xx

  4. wow, those rolled flowers are STUNNING! Thanks for joining Designed To Color in our FIRST ever challenge!! :D

  5. What a gorgeous card! Love the jade green and those rolled flowers fit this design PERFECTLY!!

    Thank you for joining us at Designed to Color for our very FIRST challenge. Good luck! xo

  6. SO pretty! absolutely love the color combination, and your simple layout is perfect for really spotlighting the image and fabby elements! your rolled flowers turned out FABULOUS (how'd you get them so tight in the center?!) - perfect for our challenge at Designed to Color! thanks so much for playing along!

  7. Gorgeous! Thnx for playing with us for our first challenge over at DTC!


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