To ensure there were no tears I pricked holes in the paper measuring the gaps with a ruler and then hand sewed using the holes as a guide. I can't sew straight even with a straight line but never mind I think it gives the card a rustic look! That's what I think and I'm sticking to it.Other items used: Paper/Card - Bazzill - Great Lakes, Paper Salon - Enamored Heart Filagree K&Co - Amy Butler Lotus Faded China ANW Crestwood - Ivory Floral on white matt Embellishments - Black gems, button, black ribbon, white lace, blue sequins Image - Stamps Happen - Paris Socialite Medium - Ranger Distress Ink - faded Jeans Copics - B02, B12, B93, C5, C7 Thanks for looking. Jenny
I have added stickles glue for the bling and a black gem for the ring.
I've added a couple of charm brads although not easy to see. The first is a cosmetic bag, the second a made with love envelope. The flower is a midnight blue rose bought from ebay (Mulberry Crafts UK), I think there were 50 in the bag for about £2.50. Below that is a blue prima flower - Painterly Petals Morning Silk To finish it off I coloured a cherry blossom flower and added a couple of rose buds. and finally a circle of navy paper roughly cut.