Here is the card I made:
I used lots of Fall colors on this one as it was for a Fall submission. This was the first time I rolled twine for the center of a flower too. It very easy to do using scortape. The ricrack is impressed with the linen impression plate and I used Distressed dot paper for the flowers. I am looking forward to seeing the magazine when it comes out to see which one was chosen. I am still plugging away, trying to get something published. I do believe it will happen one day. PATIENCE. I keep telling myself that.
Hello Sunshine is right! This is beautiful Cathy!!! I have no idea why this didn't win....seriously a fabulous card! Love your rolled twine centers as it so very unique and creative! Any tricks to offer? :)
I love it...
and think your rolled flower centers are awesome!
Can't figure out why it wasn't picked either...
Love the texture on the rick rack too!
This is really cute! I love the twine centers.
Those flowers are so pretty and I love the fun, twine centers! I have no doubt that you'll be published, Cathy, you are very talented!
This is super cute!! Love the rolled twine in the flowers! I love sunflowers too and use to collect them (true Kansas girl here!!).
Cathy.......This is so beautiful!!! Lovely wrapped twine! It's perfect for the centers of these flowers. I just love it! I have no doubt that you will be published. You do such awesome work and everything is top notch. Keep working toward that goal. I know you will achieve it.
BEAUTIFUL Cathy! I LOVE those flower, and their FUN centers!!!
Have a GREAT day!
Very pretty card! I like how you have embossed the rick rack to make it stand out better. And the centers of the sunflowers are fabulous!
I LOVE how you did the centers, so so creative and sweet! You will DEFINITELY get published one day, you are such a talented crafter, Cathy!
awesome use of this sketch!! pretty card!
What a great idea . I'm sure you will get published soon , keep trying. Love this card.
You will be published for sure! I love the centers of the flowers. You have inspired me to try that twine technique out!
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