Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Material girl


Hello world!  well probably a small handful of faithful chums and my husband lol! but good morning to you all.  We kick off February with a design team card for In Love with Stamping.  The challenge is to use fabric on a project and as I happily love to make brooch cards and had the tutorial from a very talented lady here I was good to go.


Goodness was I jammy to have a near exact match of Stampin' Up!s rich razzleberry in my felt drawer to make the brooch.  Hope you too can have a little play with some fabric and come join the fun over at ILWS.

Have a great day & see you soon x

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Ink: Rich razzleberry. card stock: rich razzleberry. Paper: cottage wall DSP (retired). Other: PTI communique sentiment,sewing machine, brooch pin and felt.

10 comments:

Sarah-Jane said...

Hello, one of your small (I'm sure it's a lot more) handful of chums here ;-) Love the flower detail on this, gorgeous! such a shame su don't do stitched felt still, I loved this stuff! love your version tho
Hugs xxx

Jo said...

Beautiful Emma. I don't think I'll ever get tired of the Cottage Wall papers.

x

Mandy said...

Wow Emma,this is fabulous and what a fab colour.

Mandy
x

♥ Marlou ♥ said...

wow, I love your card and gorgeous brooch!!! I would love to learn how to make these , must check out the link thanks :)

Helen said...

Well if the world isn't watching, it's missing out because this is super-gorgeous!

Ann said...

I love greeting cards that are a gift too. Just right to send that little extra something to someone kind or special. Love this one Emma - and such delicious colours. Your flower brooch looks just perfect.

Lesley said...

LOVE this colour!!! and thank you for the link to the flower. I shall be having a go. Lovely card Emma.
Lesley x

lil-paper-pixie said...

Hey hun, long lost chum here, I have been missing sooooo many of your fab creations and this one does not dissapoint....a felt drawer....eek, why does the thought of such things excite me....LOL, I am sure I am not alone though.

Hope you are OK.

Hugs

Sarah

Inkyfingers said...

This is just gorgeous Emma and I wish it was wending its way to me!
I will study the link you kindly gave.

Aimes said...

I'm such a fan of your brooches, hun and this one is simply DIVINE! Such a rich, regal, elegant colour combo too!
Y'know I wear the brooch you made for me every day on my name badge for work: I get so many compliments on it and I love to tell people that you can't get this baby in the shops :D
Hugs,
Aimes
x