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Lili of the Valley - a bit floral

Hi all, well i'm back again this morning with a card I made yesterday for another order.

This time I have used on of the wonderful art pad images from lili of the valley. I'm so sad they discontinued these. 


I have used a round die to cut out the topper and matted this onto another die cut. 

Tha papers I have used are from a nitwit collection called butterfly kisses. I have distressed the edges of the papers and cardstock with distress ink.

The flowers I have used are from Wild Orchid Crafts, ribbon and gems are from my stash.. The stamped sentiment was from Crafter's Companion which I have had for many years.

I am entering this card into the following challenges.

Well what can I say about this card that is linked to my trademark style? Well it's bright and it has a hint of glitter on. Well I could say that is my style as I make alot of cards that fit this category. Yes so that's it xx

 


The Butterflies have been coated in Embossing Powder, and the die cuts have been embossed.

Thanks once again for stopping by

 

Comments

Linda Simpson said…
This is gorgeous Rachel, love the papers and beautiful image. Gorgeous embellishments and love the bling.
Hugs
Linda xxx
Jackie T said…
Hi Rachel this is a gorgeous card. Take care. Hugs Jackie
Brenda said…
Yes, gorgeous is the word. I love the bright colors and wonderful detail. Thanks for joining us At As You Like It Challenge!
Lori Kobular said…
Bright and beautiful card! Thanks for playing along with us at Craft Rocket Challenges!
Tamie said…
Loving the image you used with the flowers and then the added touch of those beautiful flowers. Very inspiring. Thank you so much for sharing your special creation with us at 4 Crafty Chicks Flowers Challenge

Tamie DT
Squirrel x said…
Thank you for sharing your trademark style with us at AYLI, such a gorgeous make! Hugs xx

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