Sunday, July 10, 2016

# Build A Flower #1 # Cards

Vintage Children Card By Ginny

Hey there Paper Peeps! Ginny here to share a card I created with some fabby Cheery Lynn Designs Dies and some patterned papers I had stashed away and forgotten then discovered when I cleaned my shop.

I started this card with a base cut from olive colored cardstock that's 5 x 6 inches. Sweet checkered paper in spring green comes next.  With the same olive cardstock I cut a few Tropical Flourishes and added one to the top of the card. I used the Rectangle Stitch and Cut for the velum layer. I love the subtle stitched pattern. The velum helps to tone down the busy pattern so I can layer on a Square Frame with vintage children image on top. I created a Build a Flower and inked and stamped the layers...but it was too big to use as it was : (  I rearranged the petals and now it does not cover too much of the image. I topped this off with 2 itty bitty Small Gardenia layers inked with the same yellow as the larger flower and finished off with pearly accents.  Next I tucked 2 Lords and Commons Accent corners in along with a burlap bow and coordinating twine.




~Cheery Lynn Designs Dies Used~

Okay that's all for me. Wishing all of you a happy and productive day with lots of time to be creative : ) G


2 comments:

  1. very nice :-) it´s good to make a clean from time to time :-D

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  2. Wow! This project today have me saying WOW! Cards like these are exactly what keeps paper crafters excited!! Build a Flower die is my must have.

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