Thursday, 26 January 2012

With Love

Hello fellow bloggers. I have had a lovely time in both Thailand and Singapore. I am still finding my feet and am slowly returning back to reality! Today I am sharing with you a card which is for WMSC 81. 

The flowers in the background paper remind me of the beautiful vibrant Asian flowers which I saw while on holidays. To create the background frame, I cut and embossed two Fleur De Lis Squares from the floral paper and then trimmed of some of the detail off one. Where the squares overlapped, I simply attached some ribbon.

Next I used a border stamp from the vintage labels 10 set. Following this I selected a vintage labels 1 border stamp then added a sentiment from fancy phrases. 

I added foam tape to each layer to add dimension.

To finish the card I added some pearls and a bow.


Paper: Merci Vintage Rose, DCWV paper stack brights

Stamps: Waltzingmouse Vintage Label 10, Fancy Phrases, Vintage Labels 1

Ink: Stampin’ Up Rich Razzleberry

Other: Spellbinders Nestabilities Fleur De Lis Squares, Classic Rectangles Small, Classic Rectangles Large, Labels One and Labels Ten, ribbon, foam tape, pearls.

Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. This is beautiful, I love this rich warm plum colour.

  2. Wow to the richness of colour and I love the label layering. Thanks for playing along with the Mischief Makers this week!

  3. That color scheme is positively delicious! I just love how you die cut the layer of patterned paper, so pretty. The layered labels are perfect with it...go glad you could play along with the WMSC this week :)! Come back sooooon!

  4. Wow! Those die cuts are great with your theme! I love how you layered the labels like that! Thanks for sharing this with us this week at WMSC! :)

  5. Such rich colours. I do like the way you've made a rectangle with the Fleur de Lis squares - great idea, and the layering of different dies is super. Love it!

  6. Gorgeous card Cathy! Love the frames and how you layered them. Beautiful colors too.


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