After giving this a bit of thought, I created this card.
I took a stack of coffee filters and ran them through my Big Shot using the Nesties round/scallop dies in three sizes. Then I wasn't crazy about the size I had created and trimmed the outer petals down drastically. The petals are tinted with a light touch of SU's Blush Blossom ink and the flower is held together with a small pink brad. The end result really reminded me of the Peony's that bloom every Spring in my garden and I wish I had a picture to share with you. The color is spot-on! The poster is repurposed from a Paris 2010 calendar given to me by my good friend, Sally. I just couldn't part with these pics when the year was up. The print on the chipboard scroll is from an old Webster's Elementary Dictionary... circa 1962.
For our prize this week, one random winner will receive a digi selected by Sugar Creek Hollow and a winner's badge for their blog. In addition, the Design Team will choose one project as Card of the Week and the lucky creator will receive a badge and will be in the running for a Guest Designer spot.
Our new Design Team is in place and they've got some great inspiration for you this week. All details on their re-purposed projects are on their blogs... so I hope you will take a look and leave them a little love. I do hope that you will join us in this fun challenge this week.
Here's the rest of the talented ladies of the Sugar Creek Hollow Design Team
I'm also entering this in these challenges:
CardMakin' Mamas - Something New - new technique
Fairy Tale - Something New - new technique
Fashionista Friday - Use up Stash
Fun with Shapes& More - Die cut or punch and no Black Lines
Jellypark Challenges - Something Old & Something New
Simply CreateToo - More than 2 Layers