Thank You Card

I love the Graphic 45 Tropical Travelogue line and wanted to see if I could create a Hibiscus to match the papers. It actually turned out to be a really easy flower to create, using the Build a Flower Two.
I cut 5 petals from a peach cardstock, and inked the edges darker. I added color to the centers using India Ink markers. With a flower shaping tool, I ruffled the edges of the petals and glued each one to a small circle of paper. I rolled a little strip of paper for the stamens and glued it to the center. The Tropical Leaves were the perfect way to finish it off.

I added the Princess Garden Window behind the French Flair Doily Stacker, and used just the corner portions of the Hawaiian Luau Doily Frame as added embellishment.

The plain cream French Doily Stacker on the inside of the card provides space to write your note.

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Cheery Lynn Designs Dies
Graphic 45 Tropical Travelogue Paper
WorldWin Papers Cardstock
Faber-Castell Big Brush Pens
Want2Scrap Pearls


9 comments:

  1. Very detailed and gorgoeus card. xxx

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  2. Ah, Gini, what a gorgeous card! Oh my goodness that is so beautiful! Love that paper and the colors you chose. Your flower is beautiful, as are the wonderful combination of dies you used.

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  3. This looks awesome! :) What a brilliantly designed card Gini - love the shape and all the fab layers! :)

    hugs

    xxalisonxx

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  4. Lovely shaped card Gini, love all the different dies you've used to create it, and love that flower you've made.
    hugs
    Donna xx

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  5. Beautiful card Gini, gorgeous flowers and all those small details really make it special.

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  6. Love your design!! what a fun flower!!!

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