Sunday, March 22, 2015

70th Birthday

Hello. I have made this card for a friend in my craft class who is turning the big 70..I used the pattern on Norma'sCraftRoom.. I used spellbinders oval dies and a cottage cutz die for the bird vine..Loz


13 comments:

  1. Oh WOW totally awesome - love the step center with her name - there is no way she won't love it.

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  2. A gorgeous card,lovely design and details.xxx

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  3. OK-this is striking! I love the border!!!! The flowers and the saying sets perfectly well with the layout and then..Voila! I don't know how you make the inside but it is great! She will love it

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  4. Your card is absolutely beautiful Loz. I love the combination of colours, it makes me think of a gorgeous autumn garden. The flowers and die cuts you added are wonderful and go beautifully with the background papers and the pearl border. I really like the base design of your card... I haven't made a pop-up step card yet, but it's on my list!
    Cheers,
    Beccy

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  5. Loz, that is such a beautiful card, I too love the colors you went wit. I am sure your friend will love it.

    Hugs
    Chris

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  6. Beautiful card Loz. Love the colours you chose and the many die cuts you have used. She is sure to love this card!

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  7. This is amazing - the front is beautiful with all the flowers and the inside is so fun with her name!

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  8. Very pretty, Loz. I sure like that vine with the bird die cut piece!

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  9. Brilliant card, Lozzie!

    Hugs,
    Snoopy :D

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  10. This design is so pretty, even on the inside. An elegant and timeless design!

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  11. Loz this is adorable
    Love the design for 79 years old card..
    lovely flowers outside and the inside too so wonderful
    great made Loz

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