Today i am sharing another project i made using the terrific Cheery Lynn designsdies. I call it a pocket card because i don't really know the name for it. It just happens to have a pocket inside...Stamps are new collection from Magnolia and Artemio (text), papers are Bazzill, Canson 300gr and Magnolia printed papers, inks are distress and paints are from Creative Inspirations.
Well, enough talking now and here are the pictures:lattice 2 die to make my background and then builded a frame using the Polynesian sails oval keeping some of the cut details in place to give it another variation. The frame is on 3D pads. I then decorated using several other dies. In the bottom at the right, i used half of each of the flowers of the Cherry blossoms die that i cut in music sheet paper. you can also see the Tropical flourish under the flowers on the left.
Judy's blooms die. I also painted some of them with the Creative Inspirations paints to make it shimmer. I curved all the petals to give more depth to the whole flower.
Here is a close up of the painted exotic butterfly small together with the small angel wings. Perfect match!!! I just glue the center parts and here you have a flying butterfly.
Here is the inside of the card where you have the pocket.christmas ball decoration with angel wing. On the left side i used the cherry blossoms and the victorian romance flourish.
christmas ball decoration with angel wing. Once again, i decided not to take out the small details from the center part because i wanted it to seem like a mosaic (not sure about that word though...lol). It just enhances all the small details so much with a little ink on it!
dutch scallop square frame and the XL square stackers to put inside. On the pocket itself, i made a flower using the small parts of the Judy's blooms and the Cherry blossoms dies.
Well, that's it for me, see you next week and thanks for all your lovely comments! Don't forget to pop up here on the blog everyday to see the great creations of my talented dt mates!
Have a good week, love from France, Kianel.