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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Timeless Textures, Touches of Texture, Beautiful Bouquet, Daisy Delight Punch

I found a wonderful card on Pinterest.  I liked the color and the layout.  I did like the tulips on it but I had just made a card with tulips and thought I should try something else.  This is what I came up with. You can see the original card here

I exposed more of the doily than the original card.  The wording is different and the flower.  I did use different background images and I added a bit more of the Powder Pink to the card.

The second photo shows the background before I added the doily and layers.  I had used the lacy image from the "Touches of Texture" set. I also used the splatter image on this card.  The "coffee rings" image was used from the "Timeless Textures" set as well as the lacy "fleur de lis" lacy looking image.  I stamped those two using Powder Pink and I did stamp off once for the  "fleur de lis" looking image.  This was all done on a 3-7/8" x 5-1/8" piece of Very Vanilla card stock. The edges were sponged using Crumb Cake ink.

I punched three flowers out and sponged the petals with Crumb Cake ink.  I taped the flowers together and set them in place using Dimensionals. I set them in place on a 1-7/8" x 3-3-7/8" piece of Very Vanilla card stock.  A layer of 2" x 3-7/8" piece of Crumb Cake card stock was used for the layer. The edges were sponged on the Very Vanilla panel.  The center of the flower was stamped using Powder Pink and punched out with a 3/4" circle punch.  

The words are from the "Beautiful Bouquet" set using Crumb Cake ink. 

I had fun making this card.  I was SO into it and enjoyed every aspect of it. I am happy with the way it turned out.

Thank you SO much for visiting today,
Wanda



3 comments:

christi said...

this card is so cute. I love your interpretation of the card.

HJ said...

Wanda, this is a stunning card. I love everything about it, especially the soft colors. Thanks for info on how you did it. Have a wonderful day!

Kathy Bolam said...

Love the way you used the doily especially the sponging. Your selection of background stamps is so creative. Another goodie!