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Thursday, March 31, 2011


Hi Y'all. I made some more dogwood blossoms, this time using the Martha Stewart Hydrangea punch. I used my pinking shears to snip the centers to make them look authentic.Inked the edges with red.The back layer is a heavier vellum and the top layer is the sheer vellum.The eggs and cross are from the Easter 2010 cart.I also used the MS Trellis punch. Added some pretty crinkle ribbon, made by the MB's very own, Sentimental Scrapper!! Added a button and Memory Thread and spritzed the entire card. I distressed the edges of the top mat and inked it with Tim Holtz tea dye ink. Oh and the corners are a punch as well, by EKSuccess.Thanks for taking a peek !!! xoxo Joy

8 comments:

Margie

Breathtaking, Joy! Love the embossed cross and beautiful ribbon and the cute embelies that finish it off. Beautiful card!

Jovan

This card is just beautiful! I love all the details.

Suzanne

Beautiful card Joy as always. So many beautiful details.

Esther

So, so pretty!

Glenda

Gorgeous card! Love the embossing and the flowers are so pretty!
Glenda

The Scrappy Cottage

I love that punch you used. This is such a gorgeous card.....~Cherrie~

DonnaMundinger

Gorgeous Joy, I must have been channeling you last week, using the egg shape and the cross. LOVE your dogwood. Great idea using the punch. Might have to try that. xxD

Sentimental Scrapper

Beautiful card, Joy!! Love your gorgeous bow! All of the details are amazing!

Kimberly

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