Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Best Wishes

Poppy challenge

I made this card with 2 challenges in mind, Jackie's final color in her Pantone Color Challenges: Poppy Red, and A Blog Named Hero's Button It!  challenge.

supplies:  white cardstock, Hero Arts stamps Layered Flowers, Edged Fabric with Flowers, and Card Messages, Pale Tomato mid-tone ink, My Little Yellow Bicycle Boy Gingham design paper, Dear Lizzy button.  These are all older stamps, and it was great to pull them out and get some more use out of them!



16 comments:

  1. Such a lovely card! I like the effect of the sentiment offset from the flower swatch.

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  2. Adorable, Lin ;) Always love that flower and the button is perfect!

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  3. This is such a gorgeous card, Lin! Your layered flower is so pretty and I love the way you've stamped a heart on the button! Beautiful design and colours too!

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  4. That sweet button is so perfect for your flower, Lin! Pretty card!

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  5. Love your gingham flower, what a cute card!

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  6. I adore gingham, it's always so inviting. Love your gorgeous buttoned flower!! Fabulous card!!

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  7. Love it!! You do flowers so well!!

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  8. Just love the gingham flower over that edged fabric image, Lin!

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  9. adorable card Lin. Looks like a fabric scrap on the front of your card.

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  10. Love this home-spun look, Lin. And, that these are older stamps makes it extra fun 'cause I love the oldies! Great color, that tomato.......fun design. Good luck with the challenges.

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  11. Absolutely adorable card Lin! I love how well that button works in the middle of that flower. Perfection! Thanks so much for playing with us over at A Blog Named Hero!

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  12. Love the bold look of this card! The heart inside of the button is so SWEET!!! Thanks so much for playing along again Lin!

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  13. I really love this card, Lin! The wooden button is so sweet with your pretty flower! I love the patterns you chose for this card, too!

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  14. Dear Lin, you trully are a flower queen! I just love how you allways make such gorgeous flower card with your clever twists. The button with the heart is really amazing. Thanks for playing with us at A Blog Named Hero.

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  15. What a gorgeous card Lin! I love the monochromatic look and that sweet wood button is fabulous :) Thanks for playing along with us at A Blog Named Hero!

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Thank you so much for your kind comments - they make my day!