Monday, February 25, 2013

Today's card is an entry in The Perfect Sentiment's latest Challenge -- PSC67: Floral Fantasia.  The only requirements are that Flowers and a Sentiment be used on your greeting card.

As you may have noticed, I've gotten into using flowers of some sort in many of my cards, and this one is no different.  Sometimes, a card needs something else, but you just can't figure out what it is.  A flower or two generally does the job!

This House Mouse rubber stamp is great for girlfriends. He was colored with Copic Markers, and the paper was edged with Shabby Pink from the Swell set by Color Box Cat's Eyes ink.  The base paper and matt paper are from Vintage Timeless 6½" paper pad by Kaiser Craft.  The Green twine came from Scrapbook Nook in Kent, Washington -- they got in several new twine colors back in January that I couldn't resist!  

Flowers:  The base flower is a basic white flower by Color Me Crazy. I brushed it with Ice Jade ink from Misty Meadow set by Color Box Cat's Eye ink.  The top flower is a large Paper Flower from Paloma Collection Melody by Prima Flowers.  These are expensive little buggers, but make a card so cute!

Sentiment is a rub on from Friends set by Kaiser Craft.


  1. So sweet! Love the adorable mouse and layered flower! Thanks for playing along with us at The Perfect Sentiment!

  2. I agree with you about adding flowers when a card needs something else. I think recipients enjoy them, too. I adore the image you used. He's so cute! Thanks for sharing your card with us at The Perfect Sentiment Challenge.