Friday, May 13, 2011

Thank You "SuzieQ"!!!!

My friend Sue (aka/HotPaws) is so sweet.............she is always sending me goodies that she finds that she knows I will like or maybe something she has two of in her "stash"!  You know...."care packages"!!!  At any rate, she just recently send a bunch of embossing folder and I made this card to thank her and I just talked to her and she loved it and the little poodle stamp that I sent her!


All of the elements on this card, with the exception of the the pearls, "double arched" mat and the ovals, were designed and/or cut using my Craft Robo!  The smallest butterfly, Leaf Corner and white leaves are Silhouette cutting files.  The large butterfly was designed by me.  The flowers were designed by Teri Frank. This card by Selma at Selma's Stamping Corner was my inspiration.  If you've never been to Selma's blog, you should stop by for a visit and check out all of her gorgeous creations!

Finished Card Size: 6" square
Supplies


Paper:  Bazzill and Vellum
Ink:  Tsukineko "VersaMark Watermark"   
Tools:  Craft Robo, Ranger "Heat It" and Big Shot
Accessories:  Recollections "Pearl Stickers", Want 2 Scrap "Pearls" (in flowers), Stamp-n-Stuff "Star Dust Transparent" embossing powder, Provo Craft "Herringbone" and " "Birds & Swirls" embossing folders, Spellbinders Ovals, Martha Stewart Punch Around the Page "Double Arches"

5 comments:

Connie said...

Hey Pam,
I'm so remedial, I've just learned where to find and how to actually read my RSS feeds. I'm a newsletter kind of girl...much easier.

I love all you cards and especially this gorgeous one. Thanks so much for sharing. Now I see there is yet ANOTHER MS punch set that I need...darn!

From now on, I'm a faithful RSS feed reader of yours!

yvette said...

Absolutely stunning creation, you are very talented.

Priscilla said...

Beautiful card. thanks for sharing.

Ruby said...

Pam, this is beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

Ann said...

Could you tell me what die you used to get the loopy white background? Love it. Beautiful card. Came across it on facebook.
Mstgane
Ann