May 11, 2016

Little things make a happy life

Hi everyone, Deanna here, back with another project to help inspire you to use your dies from Dies R Us.

To make my card, I started with some watercolor card stock cut to 4 1/4" X 5 1/2".  Using Tumbled Glass, Mowed Lawn, and Peacock Feathers and my blending tool, I created a background for my card.

Next I die cut my card using the Memory Box Floral Breeze die. There are several dies like this Floral Breeze die so experiment a little. Next I die cut my butterfly from the Poppystamps Daphne Butterfly Die. I added some clear Wink of Stella to my butterfly die to give it some glimmer. Again, there are lots of butterfly dies available from Dies R Us that you can use. So go shop and pick up your favorites.

I cut and folded a piece of lavender card stock to 4 1/4" X 5 1/2"card base.  I attached my card front to the lavender card stock.  Again I added some Wink of Stella to the cut out from the Floral Breeze die and attached some sequins to my card front as well.

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  1. Love your sweet, sweet card, Deanna! That floral breeze die is so pretty and really does give your card movement. The whole card looks shimmery and dreamy!!

  2. Fabulous card! Love that sentiment! What a beautiful background you created, so pretty! Loving that Floral Breeze die that butterfly!

  3. Such a pretty flower border and it looks great on your background, love the colors combined and that butterfly has such Gorgeous detail!!

  4. Wonderful blending of the inks on your background -- gorgeous colors and technique. Love the shine on this card!

  5. Gorgeous colour card, the colours are so well blended. Love the pretty flower border and the butterfly.

  6. I love your background!!!! so pretty your card.


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