Monday, 13 May 2013

White walled garden


Hi, I've made another window box card, I actually think I got it the right way up this time!!

I'm entering a few challenges with this card. Snippets were used in the flowers and greenery, so I' off to the playground at Pixie's Crafty Workshop.

Make It Monday has an Anything Goes challenge where the idea is to share your projects, and comment on other peoples projects.

Crop Stop is hosting a challenge to celebrate National Scrapbooking Day where the theme is to use an embossing folder in your project.

Materials used: Sizzix embossing folder; Memory Box window, flowerbox and tiny flower dies; Poppystamps grass die; Craft Queen paper flowers painted with Twinkling H2Os; sentiment staicker from stash.

Thanks for visiting :)

24 comments:

  1. Love this window card as much as I did the last one you made. The pop of colour on white looks so striking.

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  2. What an absolutely adorable card using die cutting and embossing. GREAT effects.

    Hugs
    Sarn xxx

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  3. Fabulous card and image Cathy.. Visited from MIM..Loz

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  4. Dang, Cathy, this is so delicious! Your execution is flawless. It reminds me so much of a "Loll" card and that's a huge compliment!!

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  5. Cathy this is fabulous, I love the idea of it too. Saw you over on mim. Joey xx

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  6. WOW, totally fabulous Cathy! This is just a perfect card in every way - and brilliant use of snippets too.

    Hugs, Di xx

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  7. This is just brilliant. What a sweet scene. I think I might have that EF, and have never known what to do with it. Pinning this wonderful idea.

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  8. Cathy, love everything about this lovely card. You know I'm a MB die fan, and using the brick emboss with this one...inspired! Your green grass set it off perfectly. So very pretty & cheery. Great card for someone to receive. TFS

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  9. Hi Cathy. Sweet window card. Love all that gorgeous white space ... your bright flowers just pop off the page! Loll xx

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  10. Ooooo .. Cathy .. .. I love this very, very much.

    Lots of lovely white card with tiny splashes of colour.

    Very tiny snippets there!!!

    This design would be suitable for so many occassions. Might have to add that die to my "one day I would like" list!!

    Have a good day.

    Love Jules xx

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  11. What a lovely little scene.
    Came over from MIM xxx

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  12. This card is just perfect! The embossed wall is a brilliant touch. So cute!!!! I saw this on MIM and wanted to stop by.

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  13. Love this embossed wall and window! Thanks for playing along with our CropStop "greatest impression" challenge.

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  14. Lovely - mmm that brick wall would look good in black too I reckon - can you bring it next time you are up???? Perty please... Mxx

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  15. What a lovely card. I saw it on MIM.

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  16. So pretty! A fantastic snippet card!

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  17. I love your oh so pretty card Cathy. it is a lovely scene with lovely texture. I was blog hopping looking for inspiration when I remembered to pop over to MIM. I spotted your card on there and it was just what I was looking for. I have just been given a clear stamp and metal die set for my Birthday.The stamps are scenes of gardens looking through a window and bricks and the die is a window.I shall use your lovely card for inspiration.

    Shirley

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  18. Such a sweet card Cathy, saw it on MIM!

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  19. This is such a beautiful card - I spotted it on MIM. I like the window against the white brick wall background, and the grass and flowers add the perfect amount of color to this card!

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  20. I saw your beautiful creation on Make It Monday and had to visit and take a closer look. Gorgeous! TFS!

    My entry is #174.

    I would love to have you visit my blog: Me and Myself on the Dark… and become a follower.

    Hugs,

    Julia


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  21. So pretty, love the little window box. Thanks for linking up with Make It Monday this week.
    Hugs,
    SandyDT

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  22. Cathy, I hope you don't mind....I saw your card and had to make a window card. Great job! Thanks for the inspiration.

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