Monday, 26 May 2014

Butterflies

Hello Everyone,

Thank you for all the birthday wishes, I had a lovely birthday weekend and am the proud owner of a new Radley handbag and purse, yep purse as well, long story, lol.

It's Monday and time for my LLC DT card and the theme that Sandy has set this week is "Script".  I have used Reprint Lily of the Valley and My Rose Garden, both have script on the pages as well as the image cut from the Summer Tags Sheet.


The image was layered onto the coming soon Marianne Design June release dies, Petra's Circle and Crown and Petra's small ornament, aren't they fab.  


The image was cut out from the Summer Tag Sheet and I took advantage of the wording "Butterflies" and used the PionDesign butterflies from the Studio of Memories cut out sheet.            


Here's a close up of the Prima Resin Heart and I managed to capture the word "Beautiful" on the script paper.  I added an ornate brad to the bottom.


The top floral bouquet is made up of berries, poppy, 20mm and 10mm open roses and Kort and Godt curly rose.


To the left is a carnation positioned on top of Range Film Strip.




The beautiful lace at the bottom of the card is called Josephine, just gorgeous.  There is also dashings of my favourtie snow tex.



Have a good week everyone.

Hugs Tracy x


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6 comments:

Pollard Carole said...

Just amazing this is stunning I love the colours but especially the image and the gorgeous dies and embellishments. A truly special card perfect. So glad you had a great birthday and enjoy your fab handbag love and Happy Crafting Hugs Carole x

Miriam Blada said...

Ach wspaniała praca :)

bolletjelucky.blogspot.com said...

Hi Tracy, what a gorgeous card. Every detail looks perfect, lovely colours and great use of the dies. Greetings Miranda

Sharon said...

This is stunning Tracy. The image is so beautiful as are all the fabulous embellishments.
Have a lovely week
Hugs Sharon. x

Rebecca Bradshaw said...

Absolutely beautiful, those frames around the image look stunning!
Rebecca.

Sandra Mathis said...

I thought the snow-tex had been somewhat neglected lately...but here it is in its' full glory! Blue again...so of course it's breathtakingly beautiful. Great use of the cheese cloth- makes it look super shabby!

Hugz, Sandy
Owner & Operator @ Live & Love Crafts