Hi crafty friends. Bonnie here today with a colorful card featuring a pretty bow made using Delicate Stitched Satin Ribbon along with some lovely Embellishments all from Really Reasonable Ribbon along with a beautiful digital stamp and paper set from Graciellie Design.
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Can you believe it’s the middle of August already? Today the design team from Graciellie Design is back with a little mid-month inspiration for you.
You should have arrived here from Arjeta’s blog. If not, head back to the Graciellie Design Blog which is the beginning of the hop.
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Hi friends. Today I’m sharing a pretty floral anniversary card that I made with some of my favorite dies from Cheery Lynn Designs and a great digital sentiment from Graciellie Design.
My card today features one of the sentiments from the Elegant Greetings set from Graciellie Design. I love to feature sentiments on my card along with pretty handmade flowers. This collection has lots of useful sentiments along with a pretty flower image.
I don’t think it’s any secret that I LOVE the floral dies from Cheery Lynn Designs too. Today I’m featuring the Daisy Strip and foliage from the Floral Bouquet kit.
My card is built much like all the cards I make – lots of layers! It’s pretty easy to see from the photo what layers I created which have a layer of white mulberry paper at the bottom before the 5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″ card base.
I cut the Lattice Frame die in white and adhered it to a mottled purple background paper that I created using Distress Inks. I then trimmed that down to the size I needed for my top layer. The pretty Happy Anniversary digital stamp from Graciellie Design was printed and then trimmed to size and layered on purple cardstock.
There is a layer of 5/8″ Delicate Stitched Satin Ribbon topped with 3/8″ Mixed Purple Bold Diagonal Grosgrain Ribbon under the sentiment and then that is layered over an aqua rectangle and affixed to the front of the card. I created and shaped my daisies and arranged them along with the foliage under my sentiment.