Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Paper Cubed (P3) Challenge

There is a great new challenge blog that focuses on one of my favorite things - 3D paper art!
It's called Paper Cubed (or P3), you can find it here

There will be a new challenge posted on the first of each month.

The April 2010 challenge is an inspiration one.
We are to use this fabulous piece from Wendy Vecchi at Studio490:

Here is what I was inspired to make:

Flowerpot template and instructions can be found here
Lock and key metal accents I found in my junk bin (sorry I don't know where they came from).
Flowers cut from Cricut Forever Young cartridge.
Flower sprays done with Flowersoft in Summer, and flowersoft wire used as flower stems.

All other product CTMH:
Cardstock: Twilight, Tulp, Creme Brulee, Vanilla
Patterned paper from Perfect Day paper pack
Inks: Twilight, Chocolate, Autumn Teracotta, Tulip, Creme Brulee
Sentiment from My Acrylix Stamp Set W330 Beautiful Day
Brads, Fancy Brads and metal tokens as flower centers

I had fun making this one!
If you like 3D paper projects, check out for some inspiration.
Thanks for browsing my blog!


May 4,2010 edit:  I am thrilled to be awarded this badge for my little watering can full of flowers! Pop on over to Paper Cubed to view the other wonderful entries.


  1. Hi Lorrinda
    Just had a browse through you blog and I am so impressed with your amazing talent. I love this piece that you made. Those fancy brads are gorgeous!! Your flower arranging is awesome, wish I had that skill.

  2. Wow! This is a piece of art! Great job with the challenge, love it!!

  3. Holy Cannoli! That is beautiful! Looking forward to being on the DT with you.

  4. OMG, this is incredible! The flowers are just spectacular!

  5. Impressive! What a beautiful creation!

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  7. Beautiful! You are a very, very talented woman.

  8. OMG! Things just keep getting cuter!
    Love this. I definitely want to check out this new challenge blog!

  9. Wow! This is beautiful!!!


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