Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Say it............ with flowers!


Hi Girls

Well, it had to happen...... I've created a card with loads of luscious flowers and lots of other embellies!  I've been wanting to do this for ages and have collected the flowers, but have only just taken the plunge.  And my goodness..... I loved doing this vintage feel - although it took me hours to decide what should go where etc.

I coloured this lovely LOTV image with my trusty pens...... she is 'Hello Cupcake' and is somewhat reminiscent (!) of me with cupcakes...... although I don't introduce myself to them..... I just SCOFF!!



Materials used:
  • Bazzil basic cardstock
  • DP - Kaisercraft Enlgish Rose Collection - Estelle (bought at Embsay with Lisa-Jane last week)
  • Marianne Creatables flower circle die
  • Doo Hickey designs scroll die
  • Square and scalloped square nesties
  • Roses from Wild Orchid Crafts
  • Seam binding and fine string from The Ribbon Girl
  • Lace from stash
  • Charm from Ebay
  • Crackle glazed heart made by my fair hand! (from a tutorial by Bev Rochester)
  • Pearls from stash
  • And............ of course..........  GLITTER!
Now I THINK that was all I used...... I kept having to check back upward to see what was there! lol!  By the way - do you see a theme running through my cards with the exception of the previous one to this?  well, for the less sharp-eyed........ it's glitter!  I just can't resist the stuff!  I think I have an addiction............. it's serious....... h-e-l-p........... (whispered very quietly.....)

Hope you're all having a good week - I've had a lovely couple of days just pottering and playing.  I LOVE those days!

Hugs and Happy Crafting
Christine x

12 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous Christine- love all the embellishment.

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  2. This is lovely! The embellishments are gorgeous, the way you've stuck to mostly one colour means they're not overpowering - and selecting them all must have taken forever to get just the right shades! Brill!

    luv, Mags x

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  3. I always struggle with cintage Christine but you have made it perfectly...beautiful soft colours too
    Mina xxx

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  4. oops meant vintage...my spelling is rubbish too lol xxx

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  5. Hi Christine, Beautiful card! Such a sweet LOTV image and I love all the gorgeous embellishments.

    Lisa x

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  6. HI Christine this is gorgeous.. thought i recognised the paper.. it looks even more fabulous on your card .
    The sparkle is fantastic!
    I love the vintage feel too..i struggle with that
    Have a great day
    Lisa ;)

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  7. This is lovely Christine - the soft muted colours are beautifully vintage.

    Well done on remembering all the list of ingredients, and don't worry about the addiction - it's relatively harmless and there is no cure that I know of. LOL
    Edna x

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  8. wow, beautiful card christine.the image is adorable and i love your stunning colours and details.
    apologies if you get this comment twice,was having probs with my internet :S

    xx coops xx

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  9. Wow Christine this is awesome - its absolutely beautiful you must feel really pleased with yourself - you should be! Hugs Laurie x

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  10. Hi Christine welcome to the world of Glitter & sparkle..LOL.. wowzer creation love Pinks in all the shades..fab swirls & those flowers..stunning creation LOVE it,

    smiles Christine xx

    ps the watermark is a DT one for TT chall blog..

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  11. Beautiful - and yes I love yr glitter too - person after my own heart...love how you are doing your postings...mastered photoshop...you now need to do some tutorials and share
    Sarah x

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  12. Stunning card Christine - love the LOTV image and the gorgeous papers. So pleased you had a great day out at one of my fave. craft shops with Lisa-Jane - hope you've both saved some cash for Harrogate!! Hugs, Sylvia xxx

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