Friday, May 22, 2015

Thank you card...

Hi! Recently a good friend got a whole bunch of crafty goodies for me and I decided to make a card for her using some of them.


I started with a piece of watercolor paper that I had colored. I stamped the outline flower from the LJD Circle Scribble Flowers set by My Favorite Things in Versamark and heat embossed in white. I trimmed it to size and mounted it on a dark brown card base.


The sentiment is from the Agapanthus Thank You set by Stampendous and heat embossed in white.


Before mounting the stamped piece, I wrapped shaded brown embroidery floss towards the top a few times. I fussy cut a single flower and two green leaves and placed them over the floss for some added interest.


I also decorated the inside of my card with some simple stamping.

Entering it in the following challenges:

The Paper Players Clean & Simple Challenge #245 - Girly Thanks


Can You Case It Challenge #70 - May Flowers Edition


Love,
Nan

9 comments:

  1. Wow !! what a beautiful card Nandini ..I love the way you have created your background ..that floss with the flower is such a perfect touch !!

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  2. I love the use of the brown card base....gives your card a nice organic feel and is a good complement to these BEAUTIFUL flowers! Love them! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at the Players this week!

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  3. Its beautiful Nandini! Loved how you fussy cut the panel!

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  4. Love this card. Beautiful background!

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  5. This is fabulous! I love all the details and how you did the circles on watercolor. Thanks for joining us at CYCI :) Eva

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  6. Love the colors and design... What a wonderful and elegant card!!

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    1. And I am now your newest follower!! What great work you do!!

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  7. Oh! These scribbly flowers are absolutely fantastic!! Love how you've cut the bottom edges to reflect the shape of the flowers.

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  8. This is gorgeous! I love the color choices you made :)

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