Good morning. It's holiday time over here at the moment and although we aren't going away anywhere at the moment because of family commitments we've taken a day off here and there to chill out. The weather is fantastic and Northern Ireland is so beautiful that we are really enjoying whatever days we can. It means there is not much crafting being done - so the cards I'm sharing at the moment are ones I had already made a couple of weeks ago.
This one is a little different from my preferred floral paper style but I like it for a change - I've mixed the petal shapes from two Punch and Stamp sets (Clematis, Lily and Poinsettia with Rose, Pansy, Camelia and Gardenia) and made a few buds by twisting the petal shapes with tweezers. The beautiful diecut at the top of the Trellis wall is from a Branches die and the border punch used is the Diamond Scallop.
I have used Papermill white linen cardstock for the card base, flowers and diecutting. The black and lime green card is also from Papermill.
so stunning ruth.gorgeous dies and flowers and I love your striking colours :DReplyDelete
xx coops xx
Beautiful card altogether, I like everything about it, colours, design and flowers are gorgeous, xxxReplyDelete
beautiful flowers :)ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous Ruth, fabulous design and fantastic colours.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your chill out days, it's great to have some lovely weather for a change.
This is just gorgeous,love the fabulous design.xxxReplyDelete
Wow Ruth love this fresh colour combo & die work..the white flowers against the B/white stripe paper..mmmm think I will have to try something like this..lol thanks for your comm. re Koi pond yep a very big job but worth the end result, hubby will enjoy his fuchsias nxt year..ReplyDelete
smiles Christine x
Gorgeous and beautiful colors!ReplyDelete
Love the colours. Flowers are brilliant. Love Alison xxReplyDelete
Hi Ruth, love your flowers! I'm just the same, sitting out in the sun and finding it hard to get it together to do any crafting lol! The weather is glorious and long may it continue :-) maddy xReplyDelete
So beautiful card, Ruth. I love your gorgeous flowers. They are stunning.ReplyDelete