Here's the fabulous inspiration photo that Nichole picked out
So fresh and springy, right!
Here's my card:
Fancy Folk Art out of vellum. I then heat embossed the image in white and colored on the backside with my copics. I used spray adhesive to affix it to a white circle cut with Spellbinders circle die and then attached it to the Tag Sale #4 die. The card base is created with some random paper scraps from my stash and the Heart Border Die from PTI. The sentiment on the banner is from Flower Fusion #11. A piece of ribbon and a little flower sequin finish off my card.
I'm also using this as Day 21 of the 30 day coloring challenge.
Thanks so much for stopping by to visit. Have fun on the hop!
Blessings ~ Birgit
I have missed some blogging(been sick) This is a super card! I love the image because it looks like it is part of the laceReplyDelete
Very lovely, love all the different dimension and pattern going on. I love anything that has a doily and it is gorgeous as backing to the main design here.ReplyDelete
Beautiful floral image, Birgit! Love the colored technique you used on the flowers! So vivid!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, your card is very Springlike - adorable colours.xReplyDelete
What a darling card, Birgit! I love the pretty flowers.ReplyDelete
Ohh that Fancy Folk Art is gorgeous on that vellum, your coloring is SO pretty!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card! Love the vellum and embossing!ReplyDelete
Your card definitely makes me think "Spring" Birgit!! Love how you did the flowers on vellum...they look so soft and pretty! This is definitely a card that will bring a smile to the recipients face!! :0)ReplyDelete
Birgit, this is so lovely. A beautiful springy card.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful way to use Fancy Folk Art! Love this one Birgit!ReplyDelete
Such a sweet spring make Birgit, thanks for your sweet comment for my post this morning!ReplyDelete
Wow, there are so many interesting things to see on this beautiful design. Great job!ReplyDelete
What a GORGEOUS design!ReplyDelete
Wow! what a lovely card. the embossed vellum is beautiful!ReplyDelete
This is so amazing. Love the vellum embossed in white. Such a beautiful look. And, colored on the back? Brilliant idea. And, good for you for being prepared early for the blog hop (tee hee). I am inspired to take out this flower set and try your technique.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I love how you did the flowers and leaves. Beautiful technique :)ReplyDelete
Absolutely STUNNING!!!! As always - you've blown me away with your creativity and talent! Love this card....What a fun hop today!! XOReplyDelete
Oh this is so so prettyReplyDelete
Oh so springy!! Love it!ReplyDelete
Another technique I've forgotten about but love the results. Your vellum colored on the backside of the flowers looks awesome ~ all framed. Lots of textures here but beautifully done, Birgit!ReplyDelete
Love how you coloured on the backside of your embossed vellum Fancy Folk Art cut. Such a pretty card!ReplyDelete
Each part of your card perfectly supports the whole feeling of spring. Your vellum piece is awesome, love the coloring and with lace backing; it reminds me of the beautiful embroidery that my dear grandma created. Beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Lovely combination of colours and design.ReplyDelete