Sunday, March 26, 2017

Vintage Floral Card with a Cherub

Hello,

Here is my latest make:


I used crafter's clay to make the cherub. The mold is from Prima collection.


All the flowers are hand made.


The background was made using texture paste and brick stencil from My Favorite Things.


One more look at the finished card.

I would like to enter this card into following challenges:

Deep Ocean Challenge Challenge #151 Flowers Everywhere

Creative Artiste Challenge #24

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Use More than One Die or Punch ( I used two different flower dies and a leaf die)

I hope you enjoyed this post.
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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Elegant Floral Wedding Card

Hello everyone,

I would like to share with you my latest make:


I used paper from 7 Dots Studio Cold Country collection for my base. The focal point is a Cricut Damask Decor cartridge cutout covered with thin layer of crackle paint.


My hand made roses and seam binding ribbon make a nice floral corner...


I used different size pearl embellishments to finish my design...


One more look at the finished card...

I would like to enter this card into following challenges:

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge "Hand Made Flowers"

D.L. Art Thankful Thursday Challenge #200 "Flowers"

Crafty Cardmakers #184 "For a Special Woman"

I hope you enjoyed this post...

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Scrapy Land Challenge #62 Favorite Holiday

Hello,

It is time for a new challenge at Scrapy Land Blog and this time the theme is Favorite Holiday. We would like to see you create a favorite holiday project using dies that Scrapy Land Store carries.
Here is my make:


Yes, Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday.


I stamped the Tim Holtz Undertaker collection sentiment on a Spellbinders Fleur de Elegance die cut and heat embossed it with white powder. Then I used Cloud White Archival chalk ink to create the chalkboard effect.


I used Spellbinders 3D embossing folder European Tapestry for my background...


I tucked in a couple of Memory Box Grove Branches underneath the elegant black bow...


Please stop by Scrapy Land Blog to see what my team mates created for this challenge and please join the fun for a chance to win $15 gift certificate to Scrapy Land Store.

I hope you enjoyed this post...
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Friday, March 3, 2017

Koi Anniversary Card

Hello,

I have not used my Cricut machine in a while, so I put it to good use today and made this card:


I used Cricut Art Nouveau cartridge to cut out Koi fish and the water Lily.


I cut off the flourishes from the Lily so that I can fit it onto the card...


The top base layer was created using MFT stencil and DecoArt Crackle paste...


One more look at the card and the box it comes with...

I would like to enter my card into following challenges:

Bitten By The Bug 2 "Think Green" (I used 3 shades of green on lily flower leaves)

Diecut Divas March Challenge "For the Love of Animals"


I hope you enjoyed this post...
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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Scrapy Land Challenge #61 Anything Goes

Hello,

It is time for a new challenge at Scrapy Land Blog and the theme is Anything Goes using dies that Scrapy Land Store carries.
Here is my make:


I created this Mother's Day card using LemonCraft paper and various dies.


I used Cheery Lynn English Tea Party Doily die cut for the base on my design and added the Spellbinders Shapeabilities Lonely Hearts die cut. The sentiment was computer generated and die cut with Taylored Expressions Banner Stacklets 1 die.


I made the flowers using Spellbinders Rose Creation die, wrapping tissue paper and floral stamens. I also added some Magnolia Rose Leaf die cuts and an elegant ribbon bow.


I added a Spellbinders Square die and a flower to the card box...

Please stop by the Scrapy Land Blog to see what my team mates have created for this challenge and I hope you'll join it for a chance to win $15 gift certificate to Scrapy Land Store.

I hope you enjoyed this post.
Have a great day and thanks for stopping by...