Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Thanks So Much

Hello there!
How are you all today?

Last night I had a little time to get crafty
and this is the card that resulted.

I started out with some Olive Bazzill cardstock folded into a standard-size card. I covered it nearly completely with this gorgeous paper from Basic Grey's Wisteria collection. I picked it up for $.40 at my local scrapbooking store on my birthday last week. Score!

I took a piece of vanilla Bazzill cardstock and a green polkadot scrap from My Mind's Eye and ran them through my Cuttlebug using the Tim Holtz baroque label die. I cut the green piece in half and adhered it to the vanilla. Covered the seam with some green Pure Color grosgrain ribbon and attached it with a stapler.

I stamped my sentiment from Fiskars with some Crushed Olive Colorbox fluid chalk ink.
Then I took a scrap of Basic Gray Kioshi paper and ran that through my Cuttlebug using Tim Holtz's distressed flowers die. I sandwiched the second largest and the smallest flowers around a purple prima and added a ATD gem to the center. I punched out some fern leaves with an EK Success punch and stuck those behind with mini glue dots. I ran a Copic marker around the edge of the vanilla part to give it some definition and popped it off the card with pop dots.

And that's it!
I hope you liked it.
Have a great night. :o)


  1. What a lovely card! Sweet perky colours and I love that flower!

  2. This is so pretty! Gorgeous colours and that flower is stunning! :)

  3. Very pretty card. Love the colors

  4. What a pretty card, love the DP and that flower is so pretty, great job. Hope you had an awesome birthday!

  5. I like the colors you used! Pretty card :)

  6. lovely flower...the color combo is great...and those staples on the ribbon...clever

  7. Very pretty! Love that paper and it's always great when you can get a deal, too! :) That die is just gorgeous and your flower is such a stand out accent.

  8. So cute. Love the flower. Hope all is well! Missing you!


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