Saturday, November 14, 2009

Card Patterns #41

Hello everyone.  I just finished a card for the new Card Patterns sketch.  I had alot of fun making this card.  I used alot of glitter.  This week has been a long one and I was very happy to sit down and make a couple cards tonight.  I found these accordian flowers on the wonderful Kelly Lunceford's blog. They are absolutely beautiful.  I made a small one but, she tells you how to make different sizes.  Here is the link so you can make your own.    http://flutterbyatomicbutterfly.blogspot.com/2009/03/accordian-flower-tutorial-q-and-and.html




I used K and Co paper and stamp.  I made the accordian flower and misted it with Glimmer Mist, then dipped it in glue then my oh so favorite Martha Stewart tensil glitter.  I cut the vine out on my Cricut using the Storybook cartridge.  I used some super dooper sticky take and put it around the square with the stamped image and used more MS glitter.



I took this picture at night so as soon as we get sun again I am going to take a new pic and repost it here.  Thanks to everyone who stops by.  I greatly appreciate your time.  Good night and sweet dreams.
Heather

9 comments:

Ellen said...

Oh, I love your card Heather!
It's so soft and nice...

Kimberly's Krafts said...

Your card is just beautiful Heather!! Great job with the sketch! :)

Kimberly's Krafts said...

I started following you....:) Great blog and nice work!!

dstandard said...

Beautiful!

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

The soft colors of your card and the butterfly make your card stunning!

whoistracy said...

Heather this is stunning! I love the soft colors and that vibrant butterfly. It just pops off the screen!

Jenn said...

Your card is georgous. Nicely done

Jennifer
http://paperthisandthat.blogspot.com

JAN said...

your creations are simply beautiful and endearingly elegeant

Amanda said...

Hi Heather - wow, this is a lovely card! Great colors. Became a follower as I love what I see here.

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