Here she took the frame from the Beau Chateau Designer Series Paper and mounted it as if it were an easel; hence the ribbon for the easel legs.
The dimension on this card is really prominent.
The flower in the center was created with a looped punch and the small daisy from the daisy #2 die is placed in the center topping it off with a rose punched with a 3/4’ circle punch. Each of the edges where sponged using Crumb Cake Ink.
The sentiment was stamped on a scrap piece of the same DSP and then cut by hand and folded down to the appropriate size needed.
Here’s a glimpse at the inside and a better view of how the sentiment was created.
And here’s a little something to crow about
It’s the same DSP, Beau Chateau…with some additional stamping, punching and distressing. She used a picked fence punch for the border on the left (not SU). The crimper for the ruffled look on the same border. Ol’e man rooster was punched out using circles punches. The Medallion stamp provides the background. While the Two Step Bird Punch gave me the foliage. All edges were sponged with Crumb Cake Ink.
Instead of using the usual flower on the card’s front, she choose to use a small heart collage in the same color scheme as the designer paper. There is a small flower collage on this same sheet of paper, which she used on the inside ~
Hope you enjoyed our fine feathered friends!