I saw this tutorial for a circle stepper card though didn't think to bookmark the page or make a note as to where it was when I thought I'd give it a go. It took me a while to work out the dimensions for the folds but I eventually I worked them out.
I decided to use a tilda stamp I haven't used for ages and thought it would be ideal for a fun card that would be suitable for a child or younger girl. I coloured the image using promarkers but decided to use brown instead of the norm' grey or black associated with bees. I added stickles to her wings for added fun.
The flowers are some I got in a scrapbook kit but they are bright yellow so I coloured them with the same promarkers though the original of the yellow has made the flowers a slightly different colour. The centres I filled with PVA glue and micro beads.
The papers I used are brown wrapping paper and a docrafts paper that has white daisies on it but I again coloured these using the same colours as my image.
The ribbon I felt needed to have dots but I didn't have any ribbon of the right shade with dots so I added dots to some plain sheer ribbon using liquid pearls, which I think worked quite well. The sentiment is from LOTV which I stamped with versamark ink and embossed with white embossing powder.
I really enjoyed the challenge of balancing the card so that when stood it wasn't loped sided.
I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:-
Little Claire's monthly challenge-child's birthday
The cutie pie challenge-tic-tac-toe( I used bow,pearls and glitter)
Ladybug crafts ink TLT-photo inspiration
crafty creations -make it yourself(ribbons and flowers)
perfect sentiments-fall or halloween
cute card thursday-sparkle
Tildas town -anything goes
brown sugar-things with wings
Imagination crafts-glitter and sparkle
A little bit crafty-sparkle and shine
my mum's craft shop-autumn colours
marvelous magnolia-birthday bash
make my monday-autumn flowers
craft your passion-more than one fold