Monday, April 22, 2013

FCCB Challenge #157 3-D Project

Hello!  I am so happy to be back with you my friends.  I have been running around like a chicken with my head cut off.  My youngest son is graduating this yearIt is also his final baseball season.  Not to mention I made his and 4 of his friends graduation announcements by hand this last month.  Whew!
Well enough of my belly aching......
although I could go on and on....LOL

This week over at  
Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog
we have a challenge to use your cricut in some way to make a 3-D project.  I used a recycled clear paint can that I received at a retreat which was full of ribbon.  After I put all the ribbon up I thought I might just reuse the can.  

I plan to use it as a gift container 
for a new bride I know.  
That's why we have Lilac roses.


 I used several of my favorite things on this project.
Artiste cartridge for the flowers and leaves.
Distress Ink to color both of them. 
Bo Bunny paper from Country Garden Collection.
A Bo Bunny doily, burlap and some really cute cork stick pins from Little Yellow Bicycle.  
Aren't they adorable?
Do you see those fabulous pearl embellishments?  
I got those from my new friend and our wonderful sponsor over at The Trinket Track. 
She has the greatest things and I am so excited to be able to use some of my stash now 
that I am back to crafting.  
Stop in and tell her I sent you.  


  Make sure to link your projects up over at FCCB 
and check out all of the inspiration from the DT.
  
Talk to you later... 


Until then...Be safe and Create!
 

5 comments:

Pam said...

Lovely!
Pam
scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

Missy said...

Janea this is so, so pretty! The texture that the cork & doily add is just perfect!!

Susie Craft Happy! said...

This is really beautiful Janea. I love all the texture and details you've added. It gives it a vintage feminine chic look and feel. Those blue roses are absolutely adorable too!

Susie

Heather said...

This is beautiful! I love the burlap and lace and those flowers are beautiful!

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