The challenge to-day was to use vellum on your card. I was at the Ecstasy Crafts open house on Saturday and was lucky enough to get my hands on this gorgeous window die from Cheery Lynn Designs. I used the vellum as a window pane (an original idea no doubt LOL ..not!) The pressed flowers and leaves are from floral punches by Nellie Snellen and the small white daisy things are Martha Stewart's hydrangea punch. The curly-Q vine is also Cheery Lynn. The brick on the wall is the background of a leaf stamp.
Date: Friday, May 18, 2012 GMT Views: 7668
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Fri, May 18, 2012 @ 12:57 PM
Wow...I just saw this die yesterday and said to myself "What would I use it for?" Clearly this is the answer. This is absolutly stunning. I love your idea of vellum, it's original to me. You made wonderful use of such beautiful elements. Thanks for the inspiration/enabling.
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Fri, May 18, 2012 @ 1:10 PM
So Beautiful!! I think of an old building with this beautiful window and flowers!! I love this whole scene and your added leaves!! An Ecstasy Crafts open house, omg, Glad that I wasn't there! I could see lots of money leaving, with all the great products they have!
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Fri, May 18, 2012 @ 3:36 PM
WOW! This is just beyond pretty. Love the window. Your use of the vellum was perfect and so creative. Love this card!!! TFS :0)
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