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Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Whimsical Flowers

I have tried something different with this card, printing the Meljens Designs Button Daisy digistamp in three sizes on patterned paper then fussy cutting and popping them up with foam dimensionals.

Supplies:  white and black cardstock, black grosgrain ribbon, Meljens Designs image printed on patterned paper, hb sticker, Portacraft rhinestones, foam squares, ds tape.

Tools:  Big Shot, Cuttlebug embossing folder, Spellbinders Classic Ovals die, Fiskars border punch, scissors.

Challenges:
Paper and Such Anniversary Challenge - Black and White + One
Delicious Doodles Challenge 19 - Try Something New
Sentimental Sundays Challenge 103 - Whimsical  ~  aren't all Meljens images whimsical ; )
Stamp and Create May Challenge - For the Ladies (week 3)

Thanks for looking, comments welcome.

Jenny

8 comments:

  1. What a stunning card! Love how you have done the flowers and what a pretty embossed background! Thanks for joining us this week at Delightful Challenges for our Add Ribbon Challenge hugs Susan x

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  2. Beautiful card, I like the embossing and the flowers, Thanks for joining in with us at Hooked on Craft this month, Good luck.
    Kevin xx

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  3. A stunning card with those popped flowers really making them selves seen here. Thank you for sharing at Delicious Doodles' "Try some thing New" challenge

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  4. Stunning card, so elegant in black and white then the pop of colour! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Sentimental Sundays!

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  5. LOL...I love you card. It is stunning clean line card. Colors are awesomea and I noticed the blings on the center of the flowers :-)

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  6. Hello there Girl :)

    What a great Project you entered in this week's Challenge of the Creative Card Crew.

    Thanks for joining us!

    Hugs, Elisa (DT)

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  7. Love this card design! Thanks for joining us at Sentimental Sundays!

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  8. Lovely clean design. Decorative embossing and borders, and I love the flowers!

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