Since the time for graduations is nearing I decided to get a head start on some cards for that occasion. And, yes, feeling a bit better today and felt more like doing some crafting. Yay!
This card uses all Cheery Lynn Dies and also uses a sentiment from the Gina K. Designs Inspiration Mosaic set illustrated by Melanie Muenchinger. I am entering this in the Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge 179 - Flowers.
Dies used are as follows:
Olive Branches B147
Oval - Inverted Scallop XM-9
Silver Stacker Layers M-7
Ribbon Eyelet Border B122
Daisy Strip B259
My flowers were die cut from yellow card stock which had red Bister water color granules on it. So I got shades of orange, red and yellow. My ribbon does not show as well as I would want but it does show the orange and yellow as well as ivory which is the color of the card stock I used for the inverted scallop for the sentiment and for the base card.
Well, now that was really fun! But it is back to the recliner again to rest my leg. But it sure feels good to get back to some normalcy again!
Thanks for stopping by.
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Daisy Graduation Card
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So glad to hear you felt up to playing a little. Never occurred to me to try a colored paper as a background under the bister...hmmm so many ideas to try. Love your flowers and your card!
Wonderful card, Verna, love the clean lines and color combination. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs challenge.
Fabulous design,Verna. I love that sentiment and how you framed it with the flowers. Glad you were up to crafting.
Fabulous card Verna. Love that sentiment and your flowers are so lovely and soft. So very pretty. Glad you are playing again and not staying too long before you put your leg up to rest...very important.
What a pretty design! Love all those die cuts you arranged as well as the sentiment from GKD. I've always liked that one :) I hope you feel better and better and your leg gets well. Much love, Rosy
Lovely card! Thanks for joining us this week with Cheery Lynn Designs.
Very pretty card! I love those flowers and your card layout. This is a great card for a graduate!!
So glad you are feeling a little better. Keep it up!!! I love that sentiment from Inspiration Mosaic, there are several in that set that are nice. I really like your colors here, especially the Bisters. Very pretty. Great layout too, well done!
Great graduation card, Verna! SO HAPPY to hear you are feeling a tad better. Hope each day brings you more and more "better-er" days! hugs, de
Happy to read you are feeling better! Your card today is lovely~
Gorgeous! I love that ribbon holding die! AND, that sentiment says it all....!
Such beautiful flowers, just a perfect graduation card!
Good luck to that graduate!
Also, to you..! I had no idea you were under the weather, I have been there myself.
So, take care, heal well, and best of everything to you, Verna. You are one of the best!
Glad you are feeling better! Such an inspirational sentiment, love it! That ribbon border is pretty fantastic! Be well, my friend!
This is the first time I have ever seen an inverted scallop die. Wonderful. The whole card is beautiful, love the sentiment. Rest and get well soon.
Looks like you're back in the crafting saddle! What a pretty card, Verna. It will be much appreciated for sure.
Fabulous graduation card! Thanks for your lovely comment on my card at Craft-Dee BowZ!
Very creative and fun design Verna.
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