Monday, March 14, 2016

# Butterfies # Doily

Happy Easter by Eva Dobilas


Hi there, this is Eva today sharing a card using a beautiful doily in honor of Easter.

To create this card I cut an A2 size card using white card stock.  Next I cut a rectangle smaller than my card base and I embossed it using the Hearts and Rose Leaves Embossing Plate and went over it with white ink to show the design and added it to my card base.

Next I die cut the gorgeous Nautical Wheeler Doily out f white card stock and placed it in the middle of my card.  Next I die cut Tags #1 out of light blue card stock and added it on top of my doily.  Then I die cut an Oval using white card stock and I stamped my sentiment using Brown Sugar ink.

Next I die cut Flourish #14 out of green card stock and placed it on my doily element.  Then I die cut a Shasta Daisy out of yellow card stock and inked up the middle of it and built my flower and put it on the leaves.  I also added a pearl in the middle of the flower.  As a final touch I die cut 3 Mini Butterflies and added them to my card.


Hope you like this card and here is the list of the dies I used to create it:


Thank you for stopping by and hope to see your card in the current challenge!

Hugs,
Eva


5 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card. Love the doily and all the flowers.

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  2. Such a pretty design Eva and your Shasta Daisy is gorgeous.
    Hugs, Julie x

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  3. Eva gorgeous card. Reminds me spring is just around the corner.

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