Sunday, January 31, 2010

FSS Challenge

Here is my attempt at Deanne's theme for the FSS Challenge.  I used Fred's Flowers v6 Daisies and cut out an included frame and sponged it with distress ink and coloured the flowers with pencils. I tried a ruffled border punch tutorial which can be found HERE using a border punch and a crimper :)  I also inked the border ruffle with distress inks.  I love distress inks LOL!

The monthly challenge is still on and runs until Feb 21st so you still have lots of time to play :)  and get a chance to win $20 gift certificate to the Fred She Said store.

Have a great day!
:)*  Fred


Deanne Clarke said...

Very pretty card, Tracey!!!!

Michelle Pearson said...

I love this too...that lacy border with distress inks is the best!!! LOVE it!!

Carolivy said...

Very pretty card Tracey!

Cindy N. said...

Thank you so much for the link to the tutorial. I love your card.

mel m. m. mccarthy said...

Fredtabulous! The soft colours are stunning. That ruffle is off the HOOK! I finally made the FREDding bouquet I've been dream about, with posts here:
and here:

Now, to finish the other half-dozen half-finished projects I've been workin' on with your super Gorgeous images! ;o) teehee. Hugs...

jeane said...

Fred, I love all your designs, You have become my NEW "best friend"!!
Being new to the digital crafts I do have one you use pop dots between the layers when you are layering a design?
Thank you

Tracey Lynn 'Fred' Miller said...

Hi Jeane! I use pop dots as well as silicone glue ( comes in a tube... you can get it for 3D decoupage.. in a small tube but I get all-purpose silicone sealant clear in a tube... it can be found in hardware stores). I put little blobs ( scraping the "bump" squeezed out using a kebob stick LOL) under about 3-4 of my flower petals and lightly push flower onto project while mainting the dimensionality of the glue. I helps keep the flowers from flattening out.