Thursday, March 29, 2012

Wishing You A...

                                  Lots of photos today, since this project has lots of pages.
This is the outside cover of my card. I actually covered the back panels with an assortment of DP's in these shades of pink, ivory & brown. The sentiment is computer generated. Added a bit of ribbon, 3D butterfly & some pretty buttons with gold glittery thread.

This is the first page inside the card. The image is again the cute Bella & Easter Bunny Bronte by Mo Manning. After stamping the background onto the DP, I attached the image with foam squares. I hand cut the cloud, folder embossed it, & inked around the edges. The little dragonfly was a button that I cut the back off of.
This is one of the inside pages, just to show you a bit more of the detail. Again more background stamping, clouds, dimensional bird & chipboard letters that I cut out with my Sizzix & covered with DP before attaching with foam dots.
Another of the iside pages showing a few more of the embellishments; butterfly, ladybug & honey bee.

The inside of the card as a whole. The outside sentiment said "Wishing you a..." & the inside says "HAPPY SPRING".
Thanks for sticking with me thru all this. Hope you like it.

Delightful Challenges - Easter
Stamptacular Challenge - Easter/Spring


Elizabeth Hart

This card is such a wow when you see it all together. Love it! Thanks so vary much for sharing it with us at the Stamptacular Sunday Challenge.

Shell Shearer Swinscoe

Just stunning hun, love all the embellishments you have used & your clouds are so cute!

Thank you for sharing with us at Delightful Challenges this week, good luck!
Hugs Shell xx


This is beautiful, lots of work, well done. I am following for inspiration, I have looked at your blog, you have made some fabulous creations.
Hugs Elaine


absolutly gorgeous! fun desing!
thanks for playing with us at stamptacular sunday this week


Nancy like is such an insiped word for all that beautifulness i think.Its stunning amazing and all out gorgeous .x

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