Saturday, December 25, 2010

A Flowery Birthday



 I am back with Pastel colors after a long time :). my friends were asking me to do something with pastel shades, so here i am with my card according to Woodware's sketch.



This card really took a long time cus all the flowers n butterflies are hand drawn n cut, and so are the oval shapes plus the scallop. Only the circles on the Turquoise strip are the result of single hole punch. 

The sentiment is computer printed. If anyone plans on making something like this make sure you have loads of time and stamina :). Hope you guys like it :). 



8 comments:

  1. This is lovely! Fabulous texture and depth! Thank you for joining in with our two-week challenge at Sweet Stampin. Happy Holidays! Warmest wishes, Lesley

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  2. Hi there

    I am thrilled you have joined in my "Free and Easy" theme at Allsorts this fortnight and confess to being astounded by the huge response - over 500 so far !

    I usually like to visit every entry and say a few words about their creations, but the sheer volume so far along with the holiday preparations we all have to juggle means this is a "copied and pasted" message, for which I apologise.

    Wishing you a very Happy New Year.

    B x

    Have you entered my new candy

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  3. What a great card! Love the color combo and the detail of the cut/curled flowers. Thanks for playing in the WoodwareUSA challenge. Good Luck!

    Kerry

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  4. wow, that is such a fantastic technique! Thank you so much for entering the Allsorts challenge with this project and good luck!

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  5. Beautiful card. I love all the demention to it.

    Thanks for joining us at Creative Card Crew.

    Mari

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  6. really pretty card, thanks for another entry into our challenge at creative crafts xxx

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  7. Wow - you have made some amazing flowers and butterflies, and they have such dimension too. The colours blend together beautifully. Love it! Thank you for visting my blog today. Hugs, Sylvia xx

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  8. This card is one of those very rare gems you don't often come across! What an exquisite mix of colours honey. I'm in awe of this one.xx

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