Apologies for being a little late sharing my Get Funky! Challenge creation this month! Kathy has set us up with a wonderful recipe...
3 different papers
1 length of ribbon (you can chop this up to taste)
A sprinkling of pearls or gems to season.
At least one Funky Hand product must be included!
I took a 13x18cm canvas board, coloured one of the short edges with Gold Ochre Aquamarker & spritzed it with water allowing the ink to drip down the canvas. After drying it with a heat tool, I then flipped it the other way up so the darker inked bit was at the bottom. I stamped some flower images (by the Artistic Stamper) onto Funky Hand papers (the freebie paper & papers from the I Do Wedding Wordbook download) in brown ink, cut them out & embellished them with punched circles, Colorbok metal dots and Funky Hand buttons. I added the Funky Hand ribbon & then curled the petals of the flowers before adding them to the canvas with 3d foam.
The ladies over at Get Funky! have come up with some wonderful creations this month so make sure you take a look here!
If you're looking for my Funky Giveaway then click here!
I've made these cute & simple little pouches with three of the fabulous colours! Inside each is a little bag packed full of craft embellishments...
Sealed with some sticky velcro dots...
And, of course, I just HAD to make some matching cards...
Want to win one of the pouches filled with crafty bits? I'm giving away each of the craft pouches....so that's three winners! All you have to do is tell me which colour of the new Rainbow Stripey Stripe Download collection is your favourite! Pop over here then pop back & tell me your favourite in the comments section of this post. If you feel like mentioning my giveaway on your blog then that would be ace too! I shall close the giveaway at midnight GMT on Sunday 5th June.
Closing date extended due to blogger comment problems... giveaway will now close on Saturday 11th June Midnight GMT.
I made this little birdie using a wonderful template from paper-and-string which you can find here. It's designed for making a decoration out of felt but I thought it would work well on paper. What do you think? I certainly think I'll be using this one again & again!