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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Just For You - Lavender Card


Welcome back and I hope you are enjoying our new challenge with Scrapy Land Blog this week - 'Lots of Layers'. Come see what our wonderful Scrapy Land designers have posted to share with you.  Also, thank you again for sharing your beautiful cards on the Scrapy Land challenges and we enjoy seeing what you have created besides learning so much you.

I really love the Sue Wilson Design dies and all of these dies came from Scrapy Land.com. I was able to create lots of layers using the Sue Wilson Designs-California Collection-Decorative Frames- Set A and Set B with the gorgeous Sue Wilson Designs-Scandinavian Collection-Copenhagen.  

The background is the Sue Wilson Designs-Nobel Collection-Double Pierced Squares.  
The embossing folders are the gorgeous Sue Wilson Designs-Heart Lattice (purple) and Rambling Rose (white).  It is difficult in this photo to see the Sue Wilson Designs-Gemini-Orion die on the bottom of the white embossed section of this card with the flowers and ribbon covering most of this die cut.  The gorgeous flowers are the Sue Wilson Designs-Orange Blossom Petals and Sue Wilson Designs-Finishing Touches-Camellia Petals with one of my favorites, Sue Wilson Designs-Finishing Touches-Petite Vinery.

The gorgeous butterflies are the Sue Wilson Designs-Finishing Touches-Magical Butterflies and in the  Sue Wilson Designs-Delicate Garden Frame die set.  

Other Supplies:
Stampin Up stamp set
3/8" Purple Satin ribbon
Lavender Bazzill cardstock
White/Gold shimmer Crafter's Companion card stock
3mm flat back pearls
3/8" Scor-tape for the bow and ribbon
Plaid Enterprises-Pop Dots

Thank you again for visiting my blog and hope to see what you have created and posted in our exciting challenges.  








12 comments:

Lori Kobular said...

Nancy ~ what a gorgeous lavender and white with just a touch of green card! I think this might be my favorite color combination! You are awesome at layering your cards, and I love all the details right down to the pearls!

Samra Leshinski said...

Beautifully elegant creation Nancy!
Hugs
Samra
Paper Talk with Samra

Sara Barker said...

Beautiful lavender card Nancy, with so many delicate layers! Everything looks so pretty layered up together, and work so well together! I adore the little butterflies and must add those frames to my wish list! Gorgeous! Hugs!

Darlene said...

Just GORGEOUS Nancy! And my favorite color! You go girl!!! Happy Day to you!

Juliz Design Post said...

A very pretty design Nancy and lovely floral arrangement.
Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Julie x

Kathy Krug said...

I always look forward to see what the team comes up with for the challenge. Beautiful, Nancy. Such pretty layers and colors and wonderful flowers and ribbons. You are always an inspiration.

Kathy Krug said...

I always look forward to see what the team comes up with for the challenge. Beautiful, Nancy. Such pretty layers and colors and wonderful flowers and ribbons. You are always an inspiration.

Lisa said...

This is so elegant and beautiful, Nancy!! I love the colors and the layers!! The pearls on the embossed background is such an amazing touch!! And your bow is fabulous, too!! What a stunning card!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Patricia Chalas said...

so elegant and pretty!

Maryvonne COUSSE said...

I always admire the way you agency your Sue Wilson dies , Nancy! It is every time a magnificent assembly in pastel colors very very elegant!
Stunning !
Hugs
Maryvonne

Donna Ellis said...

Such a gorgeous card, Nancy! I think I need those flowers LOL So delicate and pretty. Your lavender colors blend beautifully together! Hope you are enjoying a lovely day. hugs, de

Patricia St Martin said...

How come my double pierced Sue Wilson die dose not cut like yours? When I used it I see only one pierced line the other line is on the other paper I remove??? I need to get those flowers they are stunning. I love your card is it so striking the choice of color is wonderful loving everything all the embellishments.
Hugs Pat