Thursday, April 3, 2014

Flower card

Hello. I am having a break from shaped cards and have made this for a friend's birthday.. I have used a cuttlebug embossing folder set and a spellbinders fancy frame. I added die cut leaves and flowers..Loz
I am linking this to DL.ART-April linky challenge-Anything goes

17 comments:

  1. This is so beautiful I love it.
    you could enter this in my DL.ART Thankful Thursday Anything Goes April Linky Party. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.
    dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  2. Such a beauty it is Laurel. Love the embossing the frame and the gorgeous flowers

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  3. Love it it has an old fashioned look about it with the colours you chose.
    Beautiful!

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  4. Loz, this is gorgeous, love the elegant look of it.

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  5. Your friend is going to love this - what a beautiful card! Love the die cut frame and the gorgeous flower spray!

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous, your friend will treasure this card!

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  7. Wooow I love the flower and the frame dear Laurel...adorable card...hugs (I miss MIM)

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  8. beautiful card Loz, one of my favorite Anna griffin EF, love the flowers, color and design.
    pam.

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  9. Oh my word! This is so so elegant, Loz. Well done, my friend!
    xxx Asha

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  10. Stuning birthday card you made, lovely use of the dies combined with the flowers! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  11. Oh, gorgeous, I totally love that flower arrangement with the frame as the background. great idea,

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  12. This is so pretty….lovely arrangement of flowers.

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  13. A beautiful card. Great design I like how you have kept the colours to the basic.

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  14. This is beautiful Loz, so pretty and elegant..Hugs Lozzy xx

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