Here is the post on the G45 Blog announcing the finalists.....all their blogs are linked, and I highly recommend checking out these super talented and creative crafters. The projects you'll see will amaze you!
Another blog post worth checking out is on the Canadian Scrapbooker magazine website (Editor Jackie's blog) where you will find my tutorial on how to use DCWV Fabric Paper to make a card.
|This card is made ONLY with DCWV Fabric paper on a white cardstock base. And the vintage button is Tim Holtz.|
This self-adhesive Fabric Paper is soooo cool and super easy to design with.
|Don't you just love the blue and brown colour palette?|
I also made a similar flower for this heritage page of my mother's class at school, using Graphic 45's ABC Primer collection.
|"School Days" published in the Spring 2012 issue|
My mom is the girl with the dark pinafore dress standing beside the last girl seated in the front row on the right. I am so blessed that my mother was a scrapbooker in the days of albums with black pages and photo corners. Now I have many wonderful heritage photos to design with.....they are very precious to me :)
So if you feel like making a simple but pretty flower, head over to my Canadian Scrapbooker blog post tutorial, pick up some DCWV Fabric Paper and and get started!