Tuesday, May 3, 2016

My First Muse #164!

I just recently discovered the challenge over at Muse and couldn't resist playing along with Michele Ferguson's beautiful inspiration card:
I pretty much was inspired by everything on her fabulous card, as you can see.  I loved the debossed circle as a ground for her focal point.  I used Cheery Lynn's French Pastry Doily and added a couple of fishtail banners instead of just one.  I didn't have a cute bucket to put my cards in so I used Poppy Stamps Watering Can and filled it with some flowers from PTI's Bitty Bouquet.  I just had to add a bit of bling to the side strip by using glitter paper.

I'm also going to be adding this card to the following challenges:

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Blessings~ Birgit



15 comments:

  1. Birgit, this is great! I love the water can with the bouquet!

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  2. Beautiful Birgit. Great take on both challenges.

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  3. Gorgeous Muse, and lovely with our Card Concept inspiration too Birgit, Thank you for joining us.

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  4. Sweet take on Michelle's card. I love the use of the doily it makes it so sweet and "homespun"

    Patti

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  5. Birgit!!! Welcome to Muse, I am so happy to see your gorgeous card in the gallery this morning! LOve the doily that represents my circle ... here is a secret: my 'bucket' is really a watering can!!! Thanks so much for playing cards with us at Muse! Hope to see you again, soon!
    =] Michele

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  6. Oh Birgit, this is adorable! Love how you used that doily!

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  7. I love how you used the doily, so very pretty. Thanks for joining the Card Concept

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  8. very sweet, love the doily with it!

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  9. Just darling. Love the sweet watering can. Thanks for joining us at The Card Concept!

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  10. Oh ....you made a beautiful card,Birgit! Love the doily perfect for the circle!

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  11. Love how the lace doily echoes the tiny flowers! So glad you joined us at Muse this week, Birgit!

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  12. This is ever so lovely! The paper doily is a sweet delicate touch!

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