Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Playing with Serenade by Flowerdisco and Friends - Week 2

Hello Everyone! It's week two of Playing with Serenade by Flowerdisco and Friends.  If you are looking for What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday, please scroll to the previous post :D.

This week I used image number 14, and I went large with a 5 x 7 inch card. The vase image doesn't come with flowers so I added a flower image from Accent Essentials. The card is from an SEI pad, everything else is from my scrapbook, but is mostly various K&Co. papers. I used some gold acrylic metallic paint to make the flower centers. I dipped the end of the paintbrush in the paint to make the center of the smaller flower as I learned on the Aleene's craft show soooo long ago lol. The small blue dots are actually glittered (by the manufacturer).


 Here is what everyone else made!

1. Abby- http://www.scrapbookaholic.blogspot.com//

2. Agnes- http://flowerdiscosscraphut.blogspot.com/

3. Gaby- http://scrapabookaholic.blogspot.com/

4. Helen- http://craftingcricutmom.blogspot.com/

5. Jessica- http://luvcraftingwithcricut.blogspot.com//

6. Melissa- http://melissaward72.blogspot.com//

4 comments:

Jessica Wekenman said...

Beautiful job! I love those flowers and the trick for those great centers! Your papers are beautiful, too!

flowerdisco said...

Snap....you and I were on the same cloud when making our cards, lol. We both used AE with Serenade...talking about coincidence, uh? and we both made big cards but mine wins at 8 inches, hehe

Anyway...I absolutely love your creativity for this project. The background is gorgeous and the papers you chose so calming.

Thanks my friend for playing and share your techniques with us. I bet that golden paint looks really cool in real life too.

Audrey Frelx said...

Ohhh Snap, what a wonderful card!!!!

P.S. I still use a lot of Arleene's techniques to from the "old" days! LOL!!!

Gaby ~ Scrapabookaholic said...

Great card! I do not know who Arleene is, but I like the technique, must try.....
I also like the ripping effect of the background paper!!!