Tuesday, February 18, 2014

# Build A Flower # Doilies

Inspired Owl Card

Happy Tuesday everyone! leslierahye here to share a card inspired by my creative daughter and teammates. Last week when Fancy and I were making Valentine boxes for her teachers, she looked at the Heartland America Large die and said, "I see an owl!" I asked her to show me what she saw. She indicated that the doilies in the top of the heart were eyes, the heart in the bottom the body and she indicated that a heart on the doily was his beak! So, this week I have transformed my Heartland America die cut into this cute owl! Also, I have also been enamored by my teammates' use of the cuties dies into foliage like pine branches!! I tried my hand at this this week, as well as transforming another cutie die into pine cones! This card also serves to remind you of our current challenge : Shaped Card!

Cheery Lynn Dies used
 Thank you for stopping by!! I hope you enjoy my "inspired" card!

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5 comments:

  1. Ha!!! That is fabulous! What a great eye Fancy has to see an owl in those shapes! Love that awesome pinecone!

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  2. This is just the cutest and cleverest card ever!

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  3. Your owl is wonderful! Your daughter sees wonderful things!! :)

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  4. congratulations Leslie!this owl is faboulous!

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