I used Cheryl Alger's Sugar and Spice for my card.....
Her little dress is paper-pieced (headband stamped twice and on the second, the little centre bow was cut out and popped up and slightly bent for dimension)...I added liquid pearls to the polka dots on the headband and shoe buckles.
Here is a closeup of my hand made rolled flowers and vines...
I put together a quick photo tutorials to show you how I made these easy-peasy scrappy rolled flowers:
Supplies (plus your adhesive of choice..I still have no idea what works best, so don't ask;) See that wierd little screwdrivy-looking-pokey thing? It's a quilling tool (you can buy them at most crafting joints)...I showed another finished flower there too...
First, free cut a circle with your paper snips (I had approx. 2x2 dp scraps left over from my card front, so I used those...the teal flower is obviously made from a smaller square)....you DO NOT have to cut a perfect circle...the more 'off' the better, in my opinion! If you are uncomfortable with a wonky circle, feel free to punch a large circle out)...see the imperfection in my circle? Yep- it's wonky!
Now just start cutting in a spiral, turning the paper as you cut.
Okay, now stick the tiny end in your quilling tool, with the handle facing in (you can use a pair of fine tipped tweezers if you don't have one of these but I highly recommend buying one- this was about $4)
And start rolling the paper around the end of the tool, wrapping the paper tightly around itself. You want tight- you can loosen the flower up after.
Here's the end of the rolling process. Now you would just pull the tool (or tweezers) out the back of the flower and glue the flower to the end nub (end of your spiral cut).
Okay- now get to work and make your own embellishments! Check out details on our challenge at the Krafty Blog! Remember that there is always a weekly prize up for grabs! Oh yeah- all weekend we have some great sales on selected Frugal Friday stamps!!
Sketch: CPS 252