August 01, 2012

Loved You ....

For todays card I have had a return to Spellbinders and the colour scheme is a lovely sage green and white with a green and white Polka dot ribbon around the centre.

The backgound has been embossed with a folder and this one is called  "Seedling Nouveau" from Couture Creations.   It is available from   Country View Crafts  and there are lots of different patterns for you to choose.
The Spellbinders used will be BOLD so that you will know what has been used to create the card

I have used an A4 card and the cutting edge from Classic Triple Scallop with the insert from Classic Scallop and together this gives the detail to the bottom of the card.

The centre panel is the largest die in the  Layered Scallop Posy and has been cut twice.

The centre strip is made from the Postage Stamp cutting edge and  Insert B and the ribbon has been threaded through the holes. 

The sentiment is from Clarity Stamp and it has been stamped onto the largest Persian Motifs die with the edges inked very lightly in Antique Linen.

As a finishing touch I have added a silver metal corner and an antique button to the bow.

Hugs xx










6 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful card Christina, I just love the colour combination as well very clean and fresh. Linda xxx

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  2. Beautiful card...love all the layers...they go perfectly together.Pretty colour too.

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  3. That is a really pretty card Christina. Must try my spellbinders edgers x

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  4. I love visiting your blog Christina and I love this card the sentiment and your layout are beautiful x

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  5. Ohhh Christina, love the colors especially the dark grey... really love that button!
    Strange I couldn't see this post yesterday!!! mmmm??? But I do see the one for today, going there now. Beautiful job my friend!

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous!! The colors are so pretty and I love the dies you used :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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