For my flower, I punched a 1 1/2 inch circle of cardstock and Scor-Tape. I made a rosette using the May Arts Sheer Ruffle Edge Ribbon, starting on the outer edge and ending towards the center of the circle. Since I was adding some large vintage buttons as my accent, I only made two rotations and left the center bare.
For the *leaves* of my rosette flower I used some vintage floss wrappers. My final touch was a touch of faux stitching.
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And last but no least, it was fun to meet up with some of the CropStop Creative Team at CHA last week! We met up at the Ranger Booth during a Tim Holtz Demo. Proof is right here in his video clip of the show! A quick peek of us before we got busy chattering! My goal is to upload some of the CHA photos I took in my Friday post this week!
Be sure to check out the Crop Stop Challenge each week...there is always a lot of inspiration and fabby prizes to be won!
I will be giving away more candy on March 16! I will select the next winner from all comments left from February 16 to March 16! I have lots more goodies to share (new prize photo coming soon!) Good Luck!