Sunday, 15 May 2011
A Card for Many Challenges
The base card is a 6"x 6" white card with a first mount of mauve pearlescent card, and one of two papers from a couple of the Kay Miller Downloads, the first paper is from the "Wings" set and this one is a mauve background with lots of butterflies on, the second is a strip on which I have used the Butterfly Border punch from Martha Stewart, this paper is a pretty pink spot one and this was from the "Sweet Sprinkles" set. I then used a piece of the same pearlescent card and ran it through my cuttlebug with a butterfly embossing folder, this was stuck down the middle of my second layer.
On top of this I have wrapped a piece of beautiful lace and some dark mauve seam binding, you will find a very fabulous selection from The Ribbon Girl and if you pop across to their webshop you will see for yourself. I then positioned my mounted image towards the left hand side, and the sentiment at the bottom on the right. To finish of I created a flower spray with five different sized roses and some punched out fern leaves which were stuck to my card with silicone glue.
This card is to be entered in the following Challenges:-