Challenge number 5 is beginning over at Scribble & Scrap today! (#5 already! Where is the time going!!) Anyhow, as always the challenge is Anythings Goes so is super easy to join in with so come show us your makes!!! You could just win yourself a £15 voucher for the Scribble & Scrap shop!
Here is my DT card using Vintage Floral Border.
I decided to keep this card CAS and as it is Rememberance Sunday here in the UK today, I decided to make a card for someone who needs reminding that they are being though of whether it be through bereavement for 'Just Because' as we all have hard times when we need reminding we have people who care.
Using word, I created a black square frame and then added the flower corners to the square, placed them where I wanted them, which included flipping one so it fitted into the corner the right way and then printed it out. I coloured the image using copics:- R81, R83, R85, R35, R37, R39, G03, G05, G07, Y32, Y35, Y38.
I layered the printed square onto pink and dark red card from my stash and added a pink chiffon ribbon tied into a bow around the spine of the card. The sentiment was typed using word and cut and layered using spellies circle and lacy circle dies. The very thin red line around the sentiment was created by cutting the card with a circle punch which is very very slightly bigger than the circle die so creates a very thin outline.
Thanks for stopping by. We would love it if you stop by the other DT girls blogs for lots more beautiful inspiration!
A very tasteful CAS card Jill. The floral borders are wonderfully coloured and I love the delicate layers xReplyDelete
Really pretty card Jill, love it! Denyse xReplyDelete
This is just gorgeous,so pretty.xReplyDelete
Lovely card Jill...and gorgeous thoughts behind it. Fab colouring and CAS layout.ReplyDelete
Thank you for creating such a great card for the challenge.
I love this card, a gorgeous design and subtle colourways xReplyDelete
A perfect card for Remembrance Day, Jill, and so beautifully laid out!ReplyDelete
Just love the CAS look you have created. Great punch of colors with the flowers.ReplyDelete