Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Easel Card

Here is the other birthday card that I created today. This one uses this adorable Magnolia stamp called Picking Lilacs.

I created this card for the following challenges:


Corrosive Challenges: Charms

Magnolia Down Under: Charms

Stamp Something: Charms

Fun With Shappes And More: Charms

Little Paper Shop: Banana, Lilac & White

One Stitch At A Time: Flowers

Bizzy Becs Creatalicious: Flowers & Wings

Creative Card Crew: April Showers Bring May Flowers

A Spoonful Of Sugar: 3D

Card Recipe:
Image: Magnolia Picking Lilacs Stamp
Paper: Yellow Cardstock, Lilac Cardstock, Georgia Pacific White Cardstock, Sage Cardstock
Embellishments: Nicole Crafts Light Purple Gemstones, Nicole Crafts Light Yellow Gemstones, Oriental Trading Company Paper Daisies ~ White, Oriental Trading Company Paper Daisies ~ Purple, Oriental Trading Company Paper Daisies ~ Light Yellow, Yellow Butterfly Charm, Yellow & White Striped Ribbon
Tools: Martha Stewart Butterfly Punch, Martha Stewart Doily Lace Edge Punch, EK Success Rock Fern Punch, Fiskars Texture Plate ~ Dots
Other: Crayola Colored Pencils, EK Success Colored Pencils, White Thread


26 comments:

Tammy said...

Beautiful creation. Thanks so much for joining us at OSAAT.

Kylie said...

Hi Mary! This is really cute. I love the colours you ahve chosen. and your butterfly charm and details are just lovely.
Thanks for joining us at MDUC this week!
Hugs
Kylie k

Cheryl said...

oh this is a gorjus card love the image and papers,you have used too thanks so much for joining us at OSAAT hope to see you again love hugs cheryl xxxxxxxx

Cheryl said...

Gorgeous and such a pretty colour combo!!! Thanks for joining us at Creatalicious!!
xx

Allison said...

Just lovely...great take on the CC! Thanks for playing at LPS!

hayward69 said...

Lovely easel card you have created, love the dp and the image used.

Thanks for joining in with us on Sweet Stampin.

Jayne xx

coldwaters2 said...

This is gorgeous the colours are wonderful so is that Tilda image a very beautiful card.
Hugs
lorraine x

Faye said...

What a lovely colour combo on a fab easel card! Thanks for playing at Sweet Stampin again. x

Sarah said...

Beautiful creation, lovely detail, Thanks for joining us over at OSAAT, hope to see you again soon Good Luck
Sarah xx

Queen La Rubba ~ Rachael Doxsee said...

Mary ~ She is just lovely! I love the yellow and purple together! Very bright and fun! great job with the sketch! I love verything about your card! Thank you for joining us for this weeks "Sweet Stampin" challenge! I look forward to seeing more of your SUPER FABULOUS crafty works in the future! I invite you to hop on over and celebrate my DT positions with me by entering in my candy giveaway!
HUGS
Rach ~ Queen La Rubba

sam said...

Another absolutely beautiful card Mary. Once again thanks for joining us here at OSAAT this week.
Sam x

Stampinsilvia said...

this is simply wonderful! Thank you soo much for playing along with Little Paper Shop's challenge this week!

Stampinsilvia said...

this is simply wonderful! Thank you soo much for playing along with Little Paper Shop's challenge this week!

Angela said...

What a pretty little Tilda; I love Magnolias! Thanks for playing along with us at The Corrosive Challenge Blog!

Joanne Gilch said...

What could be more lovelier than purple and yellow on a Magnolia stamp.

thread-bare said...

Awww what a cute Tilda card. Thanks for joining in with us at OSAAT. x Clare (DT) x

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