Tuesday, October 9, 2012

CottageCutz Victorian Bird Bath Card

 It's Cottage Cutz at The Scrapping Cottage time!  Today I have created a card with the Victorian Bird Bath die.  I love playing with these dies.  It's so relaxing to cut and piece the dies into beautiful images.  I painted my image and flowers with Tattered Angels Glitter Glam in Twinkle Toes.  It not only sparkles but has a nice glimmer.

Rangers Distress Ink was used to color the images.  The Victorian Bird Bath was done with Tea Dye and the trim in Brushed Corduroy.  The birds and flowers were done in Dusty Concord.  The leaves are Peeled Paint.
Here is the die I used to create this card. Isn't it so pretty and sweet. It is from the Victorian Garden Collection by CottageCutz that you can find here.  Thank you for stopping by today.  Have a great day!

9 comments:

Love crafts forever said...

Another stunning Creation Carol!!!!! Die cuts is to die for. Very beautiful put together.
Hugs Nataliya

Waseem said...

very beautiful card you have shared...Don't you think of using Gift Card envelopes for it.

Benzi said...

Love the bird bath die and the card is just beautiful. Don't know if you did that paper piercing on the framing or not but it is super duper. And, those flowers are gorgeous.
Have a great day, Carol.

Olga said...

absolutley gorgeous, love all the dies, your layout, not to mention that fantastic image!!

Marisa said...

Loving those flowers and gorgeous oval frame you used for the focal sentiment. You are tempting me to get it LOL!

KarinsArtScrap said...

beautiful card Carol.

greetings karin

Christina Gualazzi said...

Beautiful! I was those Spellbinder Floral Ovals soooo bad!

nwilliams6 said...

Not sure how I missed this one! How pretty! Beautiful die and you showcased it so beautifully with all the other zillions of die cutz you used - must be a punch tally of 100 - lol. Seriously, this is so lovely.

Crystal changed her mind on the wedding and is now getting married at the beach. We went from 300 to 100 people and a lot less money. She is so much happier. She is keeping the theme and flowers since we already bought them. Will tell you more later. Hugz!!!

Colleen Dietrich said...

Bet you really like this die, it's so you! I like the dimension you gave it, using different colored papers and the ink shading. It's gorgeous!