The challenge for this Week 9 of the 52 Card Challenge was to use roses:-
I had originally made a different card for this challenge, but when completed, it was more suited to a different challenge theme.
It was originally going to be my mother's birthday card, but when finished was too dimensional to send through the post to Australia.
A very simple card - I misted the fabric wild rose to make it red, and then outlined the edges with a gold mist, which I painted on.
Using up the wide red satin ribbon, and the black lace. I didn't want it to appear too much like a Valentine's Day card, as it is for a friend, but it may still be mistaken for one!
The label was raised up with foam pads which I often do, especially sticking over ribbon.
Red Satin ribbon
Wild rose - unknown?
Flair Designs patterned paper "Roses"
Spellbinders Nestabilities "Labels 4"
Elizabeth Crafts Designs die - "Happy Birthday"
I love these challenges - using up bits and bobs that otherwise may have lingered longer! Thanks for stopping by.