Sunday, 7 April 2013

Happy Anniversary


Can you believe it's April? I hope it's a bit warmer where you are...

My card today is my DT creation for the Stamping Sensations April challenge. The theme is  "Special Occasions other than birthday" so I've made an Anniversary card. As always, the other members of the Design Team have made a brilliant array of cards - and there is another super prize.........from PDA Card and Craft.

I have used one of Tonic studios gorgeous new Butterfly dies - ROSEA -  for the centrepiece and have added inked and twisted petals and stamen from the Peruvian Lily, Evening Primrose, Corncockle Punch and Stamp set.

All the cream card (ie the actual card, diecuts and flowers) were made with Rich Cream linen card from Papermill Direct.
A little bit of glitter and a piece of pink card behind the diecut, that's all there is to it..

11 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Ruth. Your flowers are so pretty and delicate.
    Sue xx

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  2. Wow! SO pretty, Ruth! The flowers are stunning! That set is definitely on my wish list, along with the die.

    Lynne x

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  3. This is gorgeous, Ruth! Beautiful papers and I love how you used the die cuts! Brilliant.

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  4. Love The colours on this one hun
    it is lovely

    Francesca x

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  5. Stunning card Ruth. You do the most beautiful flowers. Hugs Rita xx

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  6. Ruth its really really gorgeous!

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  7. so beautiful ruth..gorgeous pretty flowers and colours :D

    xx coops xx

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  8. Stunning card and the flowers are beautiful

    Joan x

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  9. Hi Ruth,

    Bit late arriving, seems to be taking me forever to getting sorted after being away.

    Those pretty flowers looks so delicate with the soft colouring round the edges.

    B x

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  10. Hi Ruth
    Fabulous creation, love the flowers and design.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a comment, it's lovely to hear from you. Ruth