Thursday, May 29, 2014

CottageCutz Springtime Floral

Thank you so much for visiting today.  For today's project share the main focal point on this card is the beautiful Springtime Floral Die from CottageCutz.  Isn't it so pretty.  It's a good size and is perfect for any occasion.
You could say this is a Clean and Simple Card for me-as this is about as CAS as I can    This card was so much fun to make.  To begin, I cut out 3 of the Springtime Floral dies.  For the base, I used Mowed Lawn distress ink on the stems and leaves.  On the second die I used Picked Raspberry distress ink to color the pretty flowers.  I then cut them off the stem and popped them up on the base die.  For the third cut Springtime Floral, I distressed with Mustard Seed Distress ink, cut them off the stem, and glued them in the appropriate areas on the base.
Really quick and easy with such elegant results, don't you think!  It looks fresh and feminine all at once.  Thanks again for taking a look.  Until next time, Happy Crafting!  Here is the die I used:


Marisa said...

Beautiful flowers and lacy die cuts in the bg :)

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's a beautiful flower card Carol.

gr karin

Pinklady 68 said...

Beautiful card Carol!! Lovely flowers and love all your dies:-)
You have made soo many lovely project since last time I visited!

Have a great weekend:-)
Hugs Laila.

Sherri said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Love how you kept everything white except the beautiful flowers! That really made them pop! Another masterpiece!

Shirley said...

Lovely beyond words, Carol! The shading of the flowers is fabulous!

nwilliams6 said...

What a lovely card with so many pretty colors, flowers, shading - beautiful work my friend. I really like that die. Hugz!

Donna Ellis said...

how beautiful your flowers are, Miss Carol! The shading and thicker texture in them are really fetching. Love the pretty borders and framing. You have such an amazing way of layering "busy" patterns and making them look both shabby chic and elegant. This one is beautiful with the pretty pink contrasted with gold. Lovely! hugs, de

Colleen Dietrich said...

Love all the lacy filigree on this creation, Carol. The frame behind it all is absolutely gorgeous!

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