Thursday, November 17, 2016

Garden Background

I have a 'free' day on the blog today
and told myself that with each free day
I would post a Christmas card.
Instead I have a card I did as the in-store designer for card samples for
I love, love these intricate dies and how pretty they are.
I am working on the new release right now
(which is why I didn't have time to post a Christmas card).
You might see the new dies in-store next week
and WOW, they are beauties,
you won't want to miss them (just sayin')!

This card has 3 layers on the card stock base.
I love the all over design, making for a
quick and easy, but beautiful card.
I finished it with a ribbon/bow using ribbon from
the ribbon club I belong to at Really Reasonable Ribbon.,
a flower and a few gems.

Entering in the following challenges:
Mod Squad ...Ribbons 


Ros Crawford said...

This is really pretty ... Gorgeous die!

Darlene said...

GORGEOUS! Such rich colors and that die is so versatile! I love how you've showcased it today! The ribbon is gorgeous too!

Lisa said...

This is absolutely stunning, Diane!! I love the beautiful die!! You've showcased it perfectly!! The colors are fabulous!! Have a great day my friend!! Big hugs :)

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Leslie Miller said...

This beautiful die makes an all-over gorgeous card! Love the pretty paper behind it, and your ribbon club makes sure you have absolutely the perfect matching ribbon for everything. I tell myself lots of things, too. Myself will think I'm a fibber if I don't start keeping my promises to myself. Good luck with your Christmas cards!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Pretty cover over the gorgeous background - Thanks for joining in at Mod Squad Challenge~

Anne Temple said...

Gorgeous! Love the patterned paper behind the die cut. It really makes the die cut pop.

laurie said... the color and that gorgeous background die...beautiful bow too!

Puppy Kisses and Paper Dreams said...

So pretty! The layers are great. Wonderful!

SewPaperPaint said...

Diane, this is my favorite die of the release and you have used it beautifully. Hugs, Autumn