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Saturday, 29 September 2012

Scatter The Seeds

Good evening peeps, hope you are all well today. 
My post today was made as a birthday card for a friend who was 80 last week.
I started with a 6x6 plain white base card. Matted some pale pink card followed by some white card which I embossed using a texture place from sizzix.  I then stamped the verse using pink embossing powder.  The verse is from Inkylicious.  That is also matted onto some pink card.
The flower topper is made using stamps from Dawn Bibby's range, stamped with black versafine and embossed then coloured with spectrum noirs, cut out, layered up and finished with a card candi.  The leaves are a mixture from Dawn Bibby range and from the Glitter Girls.  All the leaves again were stamped using green versafine and clear embossed then coloured using spectrum noirs and cut out.  I then used a small circle of spare card as a base, put a large splodge of pinflair glue and simply arranged the leaves into the splodge finishing off with the flower and just left it to dry.  Making it that way, independently of any card, I was able to make a few of different colours and put them away as toppers for another day.  I then finished the card off with some gems.
Hope you like it.  Thanks for looking and do take care.


  1. This is beautiful Sweetie, I bet your friend loved it x (hugs) Sylvia.


  2. Beautiful card and lovely sentiment

  3. This is gorgeous, I love the beautiful sentiment and the floral embellishment is gorgeous.

    Linda xxx

  4. A beautiful card with a beautiful sentiment x

  5. So gorgeous and elegant, love the subtle embossing
    Lindsay xx

  6. Its GORGEOUS, so elegant, I really love this card xxx

  7. This is beautiful Kandy, love the idea of text panel, really must give it a try myself xx