Thursday, December 6, 2012

# Build A Flower # flourish

Joint venture with Hampton arts - vintage booklet card



Good Morning lovely Crafters
This week, the designers from both Hampton Art and Cheery Lynn Designs have teamed up to share with you some great Christmas projects to help you with some inspirational ideas and for more inspiration, please check out:
The blogs will be sharing new projects throughout the week - plus each company is giving away a fantastic prize to one lucky commenter, so be sure to leave comments on all the blogs for a chance to win.

Cheery Lynn Designs is giving away a $25 Gift Certificate to their store and Hampton Art is giving away this lovely package to some lucky winner.
 
Now onto my project for this week with the fabulous products from Cheery Lynn Designs and Hampton Arts:

 I decided to make a booklet card this week with a vintage feeling. The front of the card is about 13,8x11,5cm. I used the angel wing english tea party doily as Jodi showed you a few weeks ago to create my aperture.
 The flower is made with the Lace corner deco D set and decorated with a brad and some flower soft powder. I also added the holly flourish die that i cut in several  pieces.
 The stamp is called "reindeer collage" PS0484A and is from Hampton Art. The frame is done using size 2 (1 being the smallest) of the Mini pearl rectangle mega doily set and adjusted to the size i needed.
 Opening the card, there is the O Tannenbaum X-mas tree die and the holly flourish on the right side.
On the left side, is a holly flourish adornated with the small flowers from Build A Flower embellishment #2 set.
 I chose to give a little 3D effect to my tree by adding some 2mm 3D pads and pearls.
 Opening once more, here is what you have.
 Fantastic Hydrangeas collage (PS0528) from Hampton Art using Colorbox "chestnut roan".
The flower is made using the inside flowers of the Manon's wedding garland set and a piece of holly flourish.
And on the right side, i made a pocket using Mini pearl rectangle mega doily size 1 and adornating it with paper from Foofala, holly flourish and  Build A Flower embellishment #2 set.
The stamp "Distressed Merry christmas" (PS0461A) from Hampton Art is stamped with colorbox "chestnut roan" and placed on a frame made with mini pearl rectangle mega doily size 1. The background paper is from Graphic 45.
 
 Don't forget for your chance to win the $25 Cheery Lynn Gift Certificate or the package from Hampton Art, you must leave a comment on all the blogs........and check back each day for another fabulous creation from the teams, the more you enter, the better your chances.
 
Lots of love from France, Kianel.
 

27 comments:

  1. This booklet card is so very awesome! Love all the details and especially the colors. Fantastic!

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  2. What a gorgeous labor of love!SO many beautiful details! The recipient of this card is sure one lucky person.

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  3. Great card! LOVING all those intricate dies!

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  4. Gorgeous cards. Love the colors of them and the pink is so cute.

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  5. kianel, you have created a work of art that should a great deal of passion and love. So well embellished. Beautifully designed. Cheery and Hampton should be proud of your creative showcasing of their products.
    ava g

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  6. This is a great, pretty card. Lots of ideas here.

    Carla from Utah

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  7. These are so beautiful! They look vintage and still very stylish at the same time.

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  8. Love the vintage look and the tree inside.

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  9. Love this beautiful vintage look project!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. Sublissime! Bravo! bises. Nadine

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  11. Vraiment très joli tout ça Kianel. Bravo et gros bisous

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  12. Terrific idea!! Thanks for the giveaways for christmas !! The cards overhere are very festive and i like the colours wich are used .Without a doubt the materials are really cool although Santa has not come to my house yet hihihiih. The tree is very nice and i lovve the background of the Eiffel Tower

    Gr Antoinette
    http://antointtecreacards.blogspot.nl

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  13. Such amazing projects and creative ideas..love the doily tree
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  14. Kianel, your projects just blow me away. This is just plain stunning! Every turn makes us want to see more! Thanks so much for sharing this amazing card!

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  15. Oh my what beautiful cards!!! Love the vintage feel and adore the pink tree!!!

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  16. Oh, this is amazing! I love the colors!

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  17. Wow, amazingly beautiful and so detailed and creative, love it x

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  18. What a stunning card, love all the layers and colours.

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  19. Stunning projects...awesome dies and color choices!

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  20. I am so inspired. How wonderful are these! Thank you for sharing.

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  21. What an amazing booklet!! Who wouldnt' love to recieve a gift like that!!

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  22. You have been super busy! Love love love these projects! Especially the pick tree! What a fantastic idea! I also like the way some of the greenery is under the deer image and some is on top. So many awesome details to be seen on these. Thanks for sharing!

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  23. Stunning and fabulous. What a wonderful card with the beuatiful stamping and die cuts. Such a great job

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