I used Tim's Honeycomb Frameworks die to make the honeycomb out of a scrap (egads! my brown scrap drawer is almost empty!), added a designer paper scrap strip, edged with Tumbled Glass and a very old Soft Spoken dimensional sticker from my stash.
The flowers were made using Tim's Tattered Florals die. I used watercolor paper colored with Tumbled Glass and Broken China Distress Inks for the large flower, which is supposed to be a peony. I followed the tutorial on Frilly and Funkie Challenge Blog to make this. I love how her's turned out--it looked like the real thing, but who's ever seen a blue peony?? The little flowers were cut from the copy paper I used to protect my iron while doing the wax paper resist. In person you can see the pattern transferred onto this paper, too. I used some stamens I got several years ago from the baking aisle in our craft store for the centers. The leaf is one from my stash--probably from a yardsale.
Thank you for stopping by and taking a look.
I would like to enter this in the following challenges:
Paper Crafting Challeges #16 Baby
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Anything Goes
Through the Craft Room Door Anything Goes Challenge
Clear It Out Challenge Theme/Stash Anything Goes (I don't think I cleared too much out!)