Happy weekend, everyone!
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I still have three more days of time-off left. It's been a very much needed, relaxing week. Once I'm back at work, I'll be gearing up for Easter and Mother's Day. . .two huge holidays in my little floral department. I'll be rested and ready to go. . .
We've had beautiful weather this week too (by Minnesota standards.) It's been right around 50 degrees and sunny. All the mounds of snow are melting fast but have heard we may get some snow again on Tuesday. At least it doesn't stick around too long this time of year. March is always a month where winter and spring fight back and forth with each other. Come on spring, I'm rooting for you!
So today I wanted to share the rolled, ribbon flower I've made after watching Hostess, Anita's video on the Hero Arts blog. You can see it here. Anita did a fabulous job, showing how to make these beautiful flowers! I decided to make my flower out of two different, coordinating ribbons and layer them together with a paper flower on top.
I used a Martha Stewart butterfly, border punch and the Traditional Butterfly stamp from Hero Arts. I love the tiny, punched out butterflies and just had to add a few to the card. For some reason lately, I've been very drawn toward shades of aqua/teal. . . .love it with white!
These flowers are so fun and easy to make, so be sure to check out Anita's video and give it a try!
Thanks for stopping by today and happy spring! :)