Encouraging

by Naomi Edwards
(Canada)


I have a friend going through a very difficult situation and thought this bright card would at least make her smile.

I was inspired by Christina to make this card for I fell in love with her corsage's. This is my interpretation.

Products used:
flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts
Spellbinder's leaves
Baby breath's embossing folder
Tea dye and Brown Corduroy distress ink and Pink antique Ranger Ink.
Flourish stamp from Inkadinkadoo
lace trim from Recollections


How I made this card:

First I made the flower corsage that I learned from Christina's video...

I attached the flower corsage to my card base which measured 5" by 5 1/2"
Then I just added my embellies!!

Christina says ...

This is such a lovely card and the colour is so bright and cheerful. I love pink and yellow together.

And the flowers are perfect. If you would like to make the corsages for yourself then you will find them in the video tutorials in the NavBar to your left .... or you can buy them ready made from "My Shop"

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Mar 19, 2013
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Encouraging
by: Judy

What a beautiful card! I'm sure your friend enjoyed it.

Mar 07, 2013
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Lovely Card
by: Jenny Cottam

What a lovely card and I'm sure that your friend will be well pleased with it and I'm also sure that it will go some way to cheering her up.

Mar 07, 2013
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Encouraging
by: EDITH

AS ALWAYS I LIKE CARDS WITH FLOWERS. THIS ONE IS VIBRANT AND REALLY STANDS OUT. HOPE THE RECIPIENT LIKED IT

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