Monday, 31 January 2011

DOODLE FLOWER


This was such a quick and simple card to make as well as extremely economical!
It only needed a black pen,and one small off cut of patterned paper, plus some foam pads to 3d the elements (although little off cuts of corrugated card glued both sides would have worked equally as well).
Once I had scribbled/ doodled some flowers on the patterned paper I roughly cut them out, added some extra doodled centres matted onto foam squares, some doodled leaves cut out and finished with a doodled border and handwritten sentiment

I thought this would be a cheerful card to send someone I know who is very under the weather.

The actual design was taken from Claire's challenge at Do crafts, so this detracts slightly from the clean and simple style I have tried to adopt this year, but I did resist the temptation to use ribbons and embellishments as the design used most areas of the card surface.
I was also inspired to doodle on patterned paper as the challenge at DYSU is "patterns". I really like this look and will experiment with this a bit more...it's a great way to use up scraps!


6 comments:

WencheP said...

Beautiful card, love the flowers. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

-Wenche

Miranda said...

very pretty Diane, love those flowers
thanks for joining the DYSU challenge this week

hugs
Miranda

Peggysue said...

Spectacular card Diane! A lady after my own heart. Who needs stamps, anyway?! lol I absolutely love what you have done. Very creative. Thanks so much for playing along with us at DYSU. Please join us again next week!

princesskitten said...

super idea - very effective

kitten DYSU team

Janna said...

Hi Diane! Your card is so awesome, love the cas style. And as said before: you dont need a stamp to create a fabuous card! Thanks for joining us at DYSU! Janna

Sheila in Cyprus said...

WOW! This is stunning. Wish I could doodle like that! Love Sheila (Cyprus)

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