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Monday, 10 September 2018

TO A BEAUTIFUL YOU

Good morning everyone....

I've used quite a few elements from various sources in my stash in making today's card


This is an 8" square white, scalloped edge card base and I scored the front of it at 4" so it would fold back on itself

On the inside page I used one paper from the 'It's A Girl!', an 8"x8" paper pad.  This particular sheet is also textured

On white card I stamped and embossed the verse and die cut it

I used the same designer paper, as on the front of the card, to make the green rose and leaves.  I added extra colour to the leaves whilst they were still in the die


The green designer paper is by Teresa Collins and was cut to  size for the front of the card

The oval white card was die cut and I used a very pale pink card (that just happened to be in my tray on my work table!) to die cut the Gerbera.  I added more colour to it using a blending tool that already had a darker pink ink on it

The stem and leaves were die cut from the same green paper and the same coloured distress ink added as on the rose leaves

The sentiment was also stamped and embossed then die cut 



INGREDIENTS:
  • It's A Girl Paper Pad/Cavania FEPAD079 - The Range
  • verse and sentiment/Timeless Sentiments - Heartfelt Creations HCPC 3509
  • white die cut - unknown
  • rose/Bitty Blossoms Die Set - Spellbinders
  • Teresa Collins Designer Paper Pad - Creative Expressions
  • oval die cut - Spellbinders
  • gerbera flower die - Elizabeth Craft Designs
  • lucky clover Distress Oxide Ink - Ranger
Until tomorrow....

June ~x~


13 comments:

  1. A pretty card June - can imagine it would be ideal for using up those 'odd bits' of paper we all have lots of!!

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  2. Such a lovely femine card, beautiful

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  3. The papers go so well together - love how you have made this, thank you June

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  4. I do so love a card which is different to a 'bog standard' shape and when you have added a 'June' flower to it youve sold me it before even reading its method.
    You have such an ability to make what could (and i stress 'could') be termed a 'boring' card into a FABULOUS card. And, i Thank you, yet again, for sharing and for explaining HOW TO make it xxx

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  5. I do so love a card which is different to a 'bog standard' shape and when you have added a 'June' flower to it youve sold me it before even reading its method.
    You have such an ability to make what could (and i stress 'could') be termed a 'boring' card into a FABULOUS card. And, i Thank you, yet again, for sharing and for explaining HOW TO make it xxx

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  6. Thank you for a beautiful card and a brilliant tutorial June,

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