Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Tres Chic

Hi everyone! I have a Spellbinders project card to share with you today.  If you're ever looking for inspiration using any of the Spellbinder dies, you can find tons of projects at the Spellbinders Idea Gallery.  The border was created card front by using the combination of Edgeabilities® Classic Edges Two and Classic Decorative Inserts Four.  I also used the Classic Ovals Nestabilities® and Bitty Blossoms Shapeabilities®.
This card uses one of my favorite Flourishes images EVER from the set Feminine Charm.  When this set was released I immediately HAD to have it!  Isn't is so pretty?  I colored it with copic markers to match the MME pattern paper I used. I accented the card with some 1/4" pink silk ribbon, buttons, 2mm rhinestones and stickles.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!  I'll leave you with a close up picture.
Card Deets:
Spellbinders Supplies:
Preferred Partner Products:
Cross Promotional Partner Products:
  • My Mind's Eye, Six By Six Everyday Flair 6 x 6" Pad Patterned Paper
  • Bazzill Basics Paper, Prismatics Iced Pink Cardstock
  • Buttons Galore And More, Button Jars Wee One Buttons
Other Supplies:
Stamp Simply Ribbon store: 1/4 silk ribbon, Burlap string and Memento Black Ink; Copic markers; Pizzazz Aplenty: 2mm Clear and Pink Rhinestones; Stickles



  1. Love those borders and what a fun hat image. Lovely touch with the flower adn loopy bow :)

  2. I love this card. . . .i had to go and look at the stamp set. . . .how charming is it!!! Totally understand that you just had to get this one when it was released. I'm putting it on my wish list!!!
    Michelle it's nice to have you back, hope you've enjoyed your summer time with your family!!!

  3. Love the border on this card Michelle! Such a beautiful card :)

  4. So sweet! Love the fun image and great layout.

  5. This is so beautiful, love the hat and the ribbon

  6. ACK!!!! This is totally cute and super sweet. Love it.

  7. This card is beautiful, Michelle. I love the little rose...and the hat is gorgeous. I would love to color it. Of course, it wouldn't come out as good as yours at all! I never know how to add buttons to a card. I mean I know HOW...but where...what colors...when buttons instead of say pearls, or flowers, or rhinestones? Would you please email me and let me know your thoughts. I have a dresser drawer full of buttons...and don't use them! Thank you so much!

    Traci Starkweather