Thursday, July 19, 2012

Some flower die cut cards

Hi everyone!  I have a couple quick and easy cards to share today.  With my first card, I die cut and embossed a flower shape from the front of the card and adhered pattern paper on the inside using foam squares (to give it some depth).  Then I decorated the flower opening with another flower and topped it with a Prima resin flower. 
Next I made a little 3x3 card using the die cut from the first card and all the same supplies -easy peasy.  The second layer flower die on both cards is from the soon to be released Jewel Flowers and Flourishes Spellbinders set.  You can see the sneak peek reveal of that set here.  Before removing the flower from the die, I inked the flower with versamark ink and embossed it with glitter EP.  I love that effect!
This will be my last post for a couple weeks.  We leave this weekend for a family vacation to Disneyland (I haven't been since I was 20)!  We are going with my sister and meeting up with Bill's brother and his family.  It's gonna be one big ole happy time with lots of family.  Oh and we are taking a day trip over to Legoland, which my boys are looking forward to more than Disney -lol!  So I will see you all in August!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.  I'll leave you with a couple close up pictures.
Card Deets:

Stamps - Taglines stamp set (Flourishes, LLC)
Ink -MementoTuxedo Black and Versamark (Tsukineko)
Paper -Pure Luxury white cardstock (Gina K Designs), Island Indigo (Stampin' Up), Indie Chic "Citron" 6x6 pad (My Mind's Eye) 
Accessories -Spellbinders S5-067 Anemone Flower Topper, Tags and Flags, and S5-143 Jewel Flowers and Flourishes Shapeabilities, 1/4" Scor-Tape (Scor-Pal), Flowers Sculpture #920975 (Prima Marketing), Diamond Embossing Powder and glitter (A|Muse Studios), clear rhinestone (Want2Scrap)

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13 comments:

  1. Love the negative flower and way to use the punched out portion on another card :) Never enough flowers in one's collection I say LOL!

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  2. Great cards. Have a fabulous vacation.

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  3. LOVE these negative die cuts and then the positive ones! So simple and classy! Hugs back to ya, girlie :)

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  4. I look at these cards and I think .. wow! How soft, fantastic and lovely they are. So I scroll up to see who I'm reading. *chuckle* Of course it's Michelle. I've been a fan of yours for a while.

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  5. hey, girlie! thanks for stopping by my blog. Reminded me I had to come see what you've been up to. LOVE these cards. Those flowers and the cut outs are gorgeous.
    Have a great trip (one of my besties is going to Legoland, too!). My boys would DIE to be there. Hugs!

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  6. First off have a wonderful and safe trip. You are headed to my 'home town', I'm jealous!
    Your cards are just beautiful, love the color combos and the flowers are simply elegant!
    Also thank you for the kind email, I so cherish the friendship we have developed over the blog, maybe one day we'll be able to meet in person!
    Enjoy the rest of your summer!

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  7. Very cute cards! Have fun in Disneyland!

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  8. Those are so pretty and I just love the flower centers.

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  9. Hope you have a fabulous vacation! Enjoy!

    You are so amazing with these dies! Love your creations.

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  10. These are gorgeous Michelle! Love that die!

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  11. Beautiful cards, Michelle! Have a great holiday!

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  12. These are so nice cards. I am a Plastic business cards designer but your beautiful design has inspired me more for the best designing like these cards.

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