It's been a few months since I last played along with the Cardvarks Challenge, I don't know why, but guess I had to try out other challenges and got lost. But I've found my way back and I love the sketch for the Cardvaarks May challenge, actually they have two, but I choosed this one. Only thing is, I totally went crazy with the flowers, so they are hiding the frame overlapping the cotton lace as in the sketch.
I've used white bazzill and pattern paper from My minds eye. The image and white frame is from Crafty individuals. I've used Distress Ink - vintage photo and gold leaf on the frame. Laces and ribbon is from Kontant engros. The sentiment tag is from the Norwegian company Minne hjørnet. Sewingmachine charm and roses are from e-bay. I've used my sewing machine to fasten the laces and ribbons to the paper and to create the border around the paper.
Ååå du, for et nydelig kort!!Så herlig med den ramma!!ReplyDelete
Just gorgeous! I absolutely love that swag of roses! Wonderful take on the sketch!ReplyDelete
I love how you distressed the frame. So cool! The flowers look great too. Never can have too many flowers... :)ReplyDelete
I love the flowers Linda! Beautiful colors on your card also:)ReplyDelete
Your card is just gorgeous - love the colors, image - everything really! :-)
Thanks for adding my candy to your sidebar and becoming a Kindred Spirit at Create With Joy - best of luck in the drawings this month!
Vakkert kort med nydelige blomster rundt som en krans.ReplyDelete
Riktig fin 17 mai til deg også.
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Gorgeous card Linda, what a beauty! Love those flowers and that cute little charm! Jo xReplyDelete
Woow Linda this is really adorable...love your flowers and really great take on the sketch, good luck with the challengeReplyDelete
I am joining also the caardvarks challenge..would you mind to see my Blog..many thanks before, hugs, Monika
omg, that is just SOOOOO very lovely, what a beautiful take on heidi's sketch...and YES!...i can still totally see the lace! (but anyhow, you know my feeling: there is NO SUCH THING as too many flowers. ever!) :) :) :)ReplyDelete