Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Scrap-mart post week 3



Hello hello, how are you?  I can't believe it's already week 3 of my Scrap-mart guest DT post, since I was having so much fun making the flower stand... well, somebody have to deliver the flowers, right?  So, for this week, I decided to make a flower truck! 

I used the bouquet dies from LifeStyle Craft, so so pretty!  

And...  here is the flower truck!




  • I also use a few of the tulips to create a 3D plate for the truck
  • Ok, have to use some Flower soft, just for fun!

Goodies that I used:
Lifestyle Craft Bouquet dies
Tim Holtz distress ink pad in pumice stone
Tim Holtz/Sizzix Alterations dies in vintage lace and mini paper rosettes
Perfect pearl mist in perfect pearl
Dylusions ink sprays
Flower Soft
Spellbinder
Cosmo Cricket mini letter stickers
Ice Stickleshttp://www.scrap-mart.com/timholtzsticklesbyranger.aspx
Silver blings

9 comments:

Creations by Shirl said...

No way Kerry! Oh my goodness I'm dazzled over this flower truck...Dam girl you need to go and enter this is some challenges....This is the best I've seen yet.....
TFS - I'm still starring at it! LOL!

Catherine said...

OMG OMG OMG ! This is totally stunning Kerry ! You are so so so so clever ! This little flower truck is amazing ! Have a great day my friend ! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

Kate said...

OMG your flower truck is Absolutely Gorgeous. Love the color and the details. WOW! TFS

Katie said...

Oh my goodness, Kerry! That is totally awesome! All the details are amazing...what a super creative idea! Thanks so much for joining us this month!

biteme165 said...

I want to know how u made the tires on your flower truck. Have tried folding paper to get that , but not sure I am doing it right.

Eva said...

WOW, Kerry, this is such a creative and FUN project!!! I love how you thought outside of the box and created this stunning art piece!!!

Kerry said...

Hello Biteme 165,

For the tires, I used the Paper Rosette die from Tim Holtz. And please see below for his tutorial. But I have also heard for crafters using the score-pal or scoring individual lines (in equal parts) and folding them too.

http://timholtz.com/video-categories/? tubepress_page=2

Hope it helps and thanks so much for visiting.
Kerry

Alice Carman said...

This is super fabulous!!!! You did an amazing job Kerry. So proud of you!

Paper Tails said...

Fantastic!!!!!! You are amazing. Love what you did with all the flowers.

Karen