I would be very remiss if I didn't mention that the only way I really figured these techniques out was when AudreyAnn came over to my house this past weekend. I could not figure them out to save my life. She's so good at that kind of thing. So, HERE'S to KITTIE and AUDREYANN - They actually taught zee Fruitcake something!
I used one of my favorite SU sets - Touch of Kindness - colored the image with copics and then applied crystal effects for a nice shine. Used a coordinating looped ribbon, button and the MFT rolled rose diecuts which allowed me to use coordinating cardstock. Used a coule different leaf punches and diecuts and added my MS grass border punch at the bottom. I used dimensionals to lift up the frame over the image, added a sentment with ribbon, bling and paper pierced one of the panels.
Think that's about it. Thanks for taking a look. This is the only Mother's Day card I have left to do - now, onto the dreaded masculine Father's Day cards!
PT: At least 14 and the paper piercing.
Date: Thursday, May 3, 2012 GMT Views: 2241
Accessories: Crystal Effects, SU Calypso Coral Ribbon, SU Bright Button, MS Leaf Punches, MS Grass Border Punch, Leaf Diecut, Bling, Thread, MFT Mini & Small Rose Diecuts, 2-Way Glue, Dazzling Diamonds, Paper Piercer & Mat, Dimensionals, Spellbinder's Sentimen
Registered: June 4, 2009 Location: Deatsville, Alabama Posts: 25847
Fri, May 04, 2012 @ 3:12 AM
Pamzi - this is great. So many cool things on it and great techniques (flowers, framing, and bow stuff). Super colors and everything just works together so well. So glad you had a study partner on the tutorials - I feel the same way you do when I try stuff like that. Wonder if Audzi could come to my house too? LOL! I am going to Carol's house soon and she can show me. So glad we have these gals in our group. Wonderful card and many hugz to you Sis!
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Fri, May 04, 2012 @ 4:43 PM
This is wonderful Pamzelina...what would we do without our friends? You sure learned your lessons because everything about this card, inside and out is wonderful. Great colors, fun image and great frame and bow. Whoot! Love that punch tally too - Hugz!
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Sat, May 05, 2012 @ 6:31 AM
Dear Defender.....what a pretty card. Don't you just love trying new things? All your amazing detail, as usual, just makes your card jump right off the screen.....and your sweet bow is perfect. TFS Pamzi.
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Sun, May 06, 2012 @ 6:40 PM
Well done Pamzi, AudreyAnn, and Kittie! LOL It is just so pretty for a Mother's Day card. You know I love the birth bath with the birds having so much fun. Good job on the bow and flowers, too. Still Prez!!!!:rolleyes::)
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Registered: February 28, 2011 Location: Alberta Posts: 4362
Sun, May 06, 2012 @ 6:58 PM
your box and frame rock Rooty Tooty Fruity! Love the leaves peeking through your frame! You are amazing at masculine cards....you will just pump those he-man cards out!
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Mon, May 07, 2012 @ 2:07 PM
Oh Pam, this is just as pretty as can be! And I agree with Ellen ... you rock the masculine cards, too! I'm kind of dreading tackling the FD cards myself! Hugz! And way to go on that stellar PT!
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