Monday, February 25, 2013

With Thanks...


Thanks... to everyone who follows & visits my blog, it makes the journey so much more rewarding :)

Todays card was inspired by Cardabilities Sketch #69, which I mirrored, and Color Combos Galore Challenge #231, with its gorgeous pallette of teals, pink & red with neutral, with a focus on photo #3, incorporating buttons, circles and magic mesh.  Seeing as I've incorporated a scalloped circle die-cut and a scalloped edge die-cut, I thought I'd join in the fun at Splitcoast Stampers Die Crazy Lovefest 2013 Challenge too. Papers are mostly Kaisercraft Fine & Sunny, with Faith the Chicken from Purple Onion Design, an assortment of Prima flowers and sentiment and buttons from my stash.  I think I'll call this style "Clean & Complex" LOL!



Hope you all have a wonderful day & a fabulous week!

13 comments:

  1. tweet!!! love the fiber you used :)

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  2. This is simply beautiful Lyndal, I love the sweet little bird you've used and lovely take on the sketch. Thanks for playing along and I look forward to seeing more of your lovely cards.

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  3. Oh Lyndal, you have to play more often! I just love your style! Fabulous interpretation of the sketch too!

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  4. Adorableness...LOVING all the layers!!!

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  5. WOW I love your take on the sketch! A lovely spring feel with the gorgeous colours and little bird!! that mesh really tops it off!!
    Thank you so much for joining in and sharing with us at Cardabilities xx

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  6. super cute card, love all the different texture you used with the mesh and the flowers.

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  7. Great layering here! Particularly love how you have some elements behind and on top of the see-thru mesh. Very interesting and engaging!

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  8. Adorable. Thanks for joining us at the Cardabilities. <3 Petra

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  9. I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this card---fAB layering! OHHHHH! This is a fav of mine;)

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  10. Really reall ylove your card! Fabulous colors, makes me think of spring!
    The grit pattern is fantastic!
    Anni

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