Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Something different - new home card, maybe?



Inspiration for this came from the very talented lady who has this blog:

http://kittiekraft.typepad.com/kittiekraft/
particularly
http://kittiekraft.typepad.com/kittiekraft/2012/07/another-window-and-awning-card.html
and
http://kittiekraft.typepad.com/kittiekraft/2012/06/cards-for-sale-blog-candy-winner-and-window-scene.html

Items used:
Various linen/textured card,
Creative Expressions brick embossing folder,
Poppystamps Small Madison Window, Shutter and Flower Box dies,
Boho Chic paper pad offcut and scalloped Memory Box die for curtains,
Punch Bunch fern small,
MS Pine Branch,
Memory Box Delicate Fern die
Poppystamps Gentle leaf die
Poppystamps Ivy Tendrils die
punched out flowers saved from using MS PATP flower box,
Antique Linen, Peeled Paint, Scattered Straw, Rusty Hinge, Victorian Velvet distress inks.

I would like to enter this for the following challenge:
http://dreamvalleychallenges.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/challenge-37-summer.html

15 comments:

  1. WOW this is stunning love the window and the flowers everything is fabulous. Caroline xxx

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  2. This is gorgeous, could be used or alot of occasions. xxx

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  3. Hello me darlin, you and me are blogging at the same time lol, this is fabulous, love it, its ap erfect new home card,mahossive hugglies June xx

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  4. Oh wow, just stunning! I'm sure anyone would be delighted to receive this, whatever the occasion xx

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  5. Gorgeous card and thanks for the link to another lovely blog!

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  6. stunning card Chris, such a fabulous design. I love the gorgeous little flowers. I agree with the others, you could use this for lots of different occasions

    Sue

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous Chris, love the design.
    Wendy xx

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  8. hi chris this is a fabulous design...pam

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  9. how cool is this??? Perfect for a new home!
    Hugs, Alessandra

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  10. Wow, this is fabulous, those delicate little flowers and fronds must have taken ages to place and attach. So effective. That window die is gorgeous, not one I've seen before.

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  11. So cool how you've done the brick and combined it with the window! This would make the perfect new home card. Love it

    Shelby

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  12. Gorgeous card, I just used a window sill die too :) Viv xx

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  13. Such a beautiful, classy card! This window sill die is gorgeous, and I love the soft colors you've used.

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  14. Very pretty and unusual. Love the design, very sweet.Thank you for joining us at Dream Valley challenges. Hugs. xx

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