Thursday, January 27, 2011

Quilling and Card Pattern #99

Greetings folk, today is going to be a quick post - the dreaded ironing is calling :-), never mind various other domestic chores ...

I made the quilled elements of this card for another project, but the colours were not 'right', so they got saved for what turned out to be this card.
The flowers were mounted onto a dotted circle cut and embossed with a Spellbinders die and sponged with Tsukineko Pearlescent Lavender ink.

This was then mounted onto the base which had been designed using the Card Patterns challenge for this week, and includes some lace and ribbon.
A quilled butterfly was added along with some mauve rhinestones on the wings and in the corners.  The sentiment was stamped in violet ink and clear embossed.

That's it folks, as a certain cartoon bunny would say :-)
I am linking this to 
P.S.  Remember to keep February the 23rd free for the cake decorating Party - it is going to be soooo  much fun, and we will not over eat, as it will all be eye-candy :-)  How sweet is that!!

  Thanks for visiting, and may your day be blessed.

10 comments:

  1. You did a great job on this sketch love your card. Glad you joined us at cardpatterns.

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  2. Maxine, wow!!!! This is gorgeous. I like your flowers, but I LOVE your little butterfly. Amazing!! Great job with that sketch!! Have a blessed day today!!!

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  3. You are so takented maxine - your wuilling looks divine! What a gorgeous take on the SP challengne this week! Love yout colours and that Die - perfect! {{{hugs}}}

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  4. Gorgeous card, love the quilled flowers.
    Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations.
    Sharon x

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  5. wow...love your quilled beauty...p.s. I hate ironing too...Thanks for joining us at Card Patterns!

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  6. this is such a pretty card-love the quilling-thanks for sharing it with us at the creative belli "P" challenge

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  7. I LOVE the quilling! Pretty card Maxine!

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  8. beautiful!!!!! love those amazing flowers!!! HAve to try this sometime!

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  9. How pretty, Maxine! My MIL does paper quilling and I'm so in awe of that paper art form, WOW!

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  10. Beautiful. Are the leaves/flowers in the background a paper or stamp? They look so delicate and pretty.
    Amy

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