Thursday, March 13, 2014

Imagine That! Queen Anne's Lace cards

If you are looking for the Imagine That! blog hop you can find it here http://edwinascreations.blogspot.com/2014/03/imagine-that-birthday-blog-hop-march.html








Hello, Today I am using a digi- "Queen Anne's Lace,"  sentiments- "Sentimental Thoughts," and digital papers "Birthday Bubbles," and "Spring Garden" by Imagine That! You can find them here http://www.imaginethatdigistamp.com/index.html



Copics used are G20, YG61, YG63, YG67- leaves and stems, G20- flower petals, B000, B01, B04- butterfly.

Iridescent glitter was added to the outline of the flower petals by using a fine tip glue pen.

The die cut used for the digi is by Spellbinders called Square Swatches.

The sentiment is cut out using the smallest die in Spellbinders Butterflies Circles. I then glued it on blue card stock and hand cut around it. The sentiment is pop dotted up.

The ribbon is by The American Ribbon Company, a local store. The flower was in my scrap box.

The papers are by Imagine That!- 3 digital prints, Recollections- blue, Bazzill- light green, Georgia Pacific- white.

The card is 5" x 6 1/2".



Copics used are YR21, YR24, YR31- butterfly, Y0000, G20- flower petals, G20, YG61, Yg63, YG67- leaves and stems.

The die cut is a Spellbinders die called Fleur de Lis Rectangles.

The lace, and rick rack are by Really Reasonable Ribbon.You can find the RRR store here http://www.reasonableribbon.com/.  The green dot ribbon is by American Crafts. The green ribbon is Offray.

The pearls are from Miriam's Crafting Supplies. You can find them here http://miriamscraftingblog.com/supplies.html.

The papers are by Bazzill- shimmer green, Light green, Georgia Pacific- white.

The card is 5" x 6 1/2".

Thanks for dropping by. Be sure to drop by the Imagine That! challenge blog. There is always something inspirational going on. You can find it here http://imaginethatdigistamp.blogspot.com/

 I hope you enjoyed our walk in the garden. Queen Anne's Lace grows wild but can also be grown in flower gardens. Edwina

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