Monday, June 24, 2013

TSTR#172 Summer Breeze

This is my last week as guest designer at The Shabby Tea Room.  I had lots of fun in the spotlight - it was a real treat to join the Shabby Girls and play along!  You really have to play along if you love roses and ribbons and all things shabby chic!  I am always delighted by the creations I see displayed there.

Here's the inspiration photo for this week.  You are instructed to use the colors in the photo and to add a fabric element.  I stuck  with my June wedding theme for my card because it's a great excuse to pull out some flowers and fancy trims.    This image is so elegant but at the same time there is something more carefree and casual about it.  I think it is the groom with his knee bent.  I decided to keep it dressy but not over the top formal and elegant.

For my fabric element I took a 12 x 12" sheet of burlap and trimmed a 2" length with pinking shears.  I roughly hand stitched the straight edge and then pulled the ends together to form a rosette.   I left just a bit of the thread hanging from the rosette, and  topped it with a resin embellishment.  
Have a great day and see you at The Shabby Tea Room!


Supplies:  Finished Size:  5 x 7"

Stamps: Paper Sweeties Live Laugh Love
Ink"  VersaMagic Pink Petunia
Pattern Paper:  My Mind's Eye Lost & Found Two Blush "Sweet" Bouquet Paper, Lucky IN Love Cupid's Arrow, and Market street "Lovely" Shabby Chic 12x12"
Card Stock:  SU! Pink PIrouette, PTI Aqua Mist, Vintage Cream
Dies:  Cherry Lynn Polynesian Sails Oval, Spellbinder Nested Lacy Pennants
Border Punch EK Success Double Embossed Dotted Lace
Pearls:  Recollections
Burlap:  Recollections 12x12"
Resin Embellishment:  SU!


Mary Ann said...

Beautiful card!!!

Kim Heggins said...

Wow...another amazing card! I love the look of this bride and groom, so fun and very modern. Amazing details as always!

Peanut said...

Stunning, elegant and oh so romantic. I'll miss your work on TSTR, Jeanne. I hope they bring you back...for good this time! ;-)
hugs, Asha
Sunny Summer Crafts

Lisa Minckler said...

Man o' man, that aqua color is amazing!! The bride and groom are perfect in their pastel hues, but I love that you married all these retro stunning summer colors together. Incredible fabric textures too. :)

~Tammy~ said...

Gasp! I love this! You always blow me away with your beautiful dies! (In such pretty colors)