Thursday, March 17, 2011

Finally Done!

Finally! For some reason this card was totally kicking my butt! I picked this image to use this week because I am organizing a bridal shower that will take place in a couple of weeks and I thought it would be a good way for me to get my card done. Great idea right?...

After picking the image I decided to use this really neat card shape that I saw HERE on Kris's blog. (I cut it wrong about 4 times before I read the directions correctly...then it was easy so read the directions and follow them, k?) Anyway, I printed, colored, and cut out the image. Even matted it on the color I wanted...then I embossed the center portion of the card and then...I was stuck. I wasn't sure what to do with it. I slept on it last night and woke up with a picture of what you see on my blog today in my head. I added a couple of rolled flowers, the sentiment, and my all time favorite ribbon. Oh, and I used some Tsukineko Shimmer Spritz in Sparkle on every piece of cardstock that you see including the flowers. It is so lovely in real life. I entered this into the PaperPlay Challenge for this week which is embossing.

Below is the rest of the day's images and artwork. I hope you enjoy it and thanks for stopping by!



Card by: Bonnie
Dusty, Spellbinders Beaded Circles, Prima Pink Lily, Petaloo Yellow Magnolia, Stickles
Card by: Raven
Dusty Digital Stamp


Card by: Shelly
Wedding Dress, Self Adhesive Pearls

Close Up by: Shelly





Card by: Kristine
Hatching Eggs, Pattern Play - Bright digital paper, Prima Mini Red Rose

Card by: Diane
Hatching Eggs Digital Stamp

Card by: Carolyn
Hatching Eggs, Pattern Play - Multi Colored Canvas digital paper, Real Wood Paper, Spellbinders Cross Collection, Prima Mini Rose, Stickles

Card by: Sue
Hatching Eggs, Pattern Play digital papers, Prima Mini Jewel Blue Roses

Card by: Sue




Card by: Amy
Dollhouse, Prima Lace, Prima Jack n Jill Paper Pad

Card by: Diane
Dollhouse digital stamp




Card by: Christine
Beauty, Capella Paper Pad, prima Mini Pink Roses, Copics

Close Up by: Christine


Even though our emphasis is Breast Cancer Awareness,
the Ribbon stands for so many other Awareness.
See the M5D for a full listing.


Card by: Kristine
BCA Image, Spellbinders Beaded Circles, Prima Mini Yellow Roses, Prima Sugar Blooms Collection Fairy Roses, Prima Botanical Paper Pad

Card by: Amy
BCA Image, Prima Mini Pink Rose, Prima Sparkling Spring Paper Pad

Card by: Diane
BCA Image

Over the Corner Bookmark by: Diane
BCA Image

Front of Bookmark: Diane
Butterfly Breeze

Card by: Michelle
BCA Image, Self Adhesive Crystals

Card by: Sue
BCA Image, Neenah 80# paper, Prima Melody Paper Pad, Copics, Prima Vintage Trickets (heart locket), Heart Attack Distressing Tool


For more details on the projects above, visit the Design Team blogs!

15 comments that make my day!:

Missy said...

Your card is gorgeous. Great job!!! I hate getting stuck on cards but I have learned, like you, the best thing to do is to sit on it and wait for some inspiration.

resmith said...

Lorie, I am in AWE!! This absolutely gorgeous!!! I can't stop looking ai it. Wonderful job.

sari said...

Oh Lorie...This is a STUNNING card! So beautiful,elegant,lovely...I LOVE it!!!

Kristine said...

OH NOOOO... gawsh, I'm so sorry Lorie that you had to cut it 3-4 times!! That's about like me with the first instructions I got in CENTIMETERS! So I thought doing it in inches would be much simpler. ANyways... Maybe a video tutorial next time huh?? *Ü* For the record your card turned out AMAZING!!! It's so pretty, love the foral embossing on the sides and the pretty yellow rose on thed ress. AWESOME JOB!!!
Hugs,
Kris

Christine said...

Wow, your card was well worth the wait. It's stunning. The texture, the format, the colors are all just perfect!!!

Amy Johnson said...

Wowsa! What an amazing card! Your right, that unique fold is perfect for the image, and I love the flowers and color combo you chose! Brillant!

Donna said...

It might have taken you a while to get it together but it came together very well! Love the embossing and the layered look. It's a gorgeous image. I'm sure the bride to be will love it!

Basement Stamper said...

Gorgeous card Lorie! I love this card, I just made one this weekend, but all the pieces were cut for me ;-) Love the fold of it and I'm sure the recipient will love it.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wow- what a gorgeous card! I love that layout and will go check it out! Beautiful colors- I love the bow!

Dani said...

This is gorgeous, my friend!

Lorraine Castellon-Rowe said...

OMG Lorie...your card is stunning!! I LOVE the shape/fold of the card and the rolled flowers just make it pop. That dress is beautiful and the way you highlighted it and colored it is just beautiful. I love that ribbon too. :0) Overall, this is seriously a WOW card!!

Deirdre said...

Lorie, love your bridal card - so beautiful. Love all the details and shape .. beautiful.

Thanks so much for joining us on Paperplay this week. ♥

Kathy Winter said...

Gorgeous!! Love the shape and the embossing. The flowers on the side are a great touch.

nicoleqmullen said...

This card is just fantastic, I really love it! Thanks so much for joining us on Paperplay this week!!

Ren-Yi said...

What a beautiful wedding card. Love the hand-made flowers. Thanks for playing along at PaperPlay challenges.