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Saturday, 11 April 2015

Dreaming of Summer days


Hi Everyone, we have had such a lovely week of weather in Scotland, so I thought it would be nice to share my Summery DT card for Cheery Lynn Designs this week with you all. My card measures approx 7"wide x 6"Height ( 18cm x 14cm ) when standing. 


I started making this card by cutting out all my layers, inking the edges and gluing together with a stamped sentiment in the centre.


My Mega Doily was cut out twice to give a shadow effect. I layered them together cutting off a little section at the middle, to make it look neater on the outside. I also place a strip of card down the middle to strengthen my card. I trimmed a little bit off the bottom of my Doily to stop my card from rocking to one side.


Some photographs of my flowers being made.


A close up of a finished flower.


I added a bow to the top of my card using the Pretty Pretty Bows die.

  
Notice I have added some tiny flowers with pearl centres.


Finally an angled shot of my finished card.

Thanks for stopping by today, have a lovely weekend.

Julie x

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18 comments:

  1. Aww I love how different, beautiful and vintage this is, going over to Cheery xx

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  2. STUNNING Julie, such a beautifully designed card! Gorgeous flowers too, love the whole thing!!

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  3. OMG, Julie, this is fantastic! What a clever idea to use a doily as a card base! I love all the layers there and your flowers are fabulous! A perfect vintage, elegant, shabby card! Love it!
    Branka xxx

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  4. Good morning Julie. Another gorgeous project making full use of all those fab dies. The doily makes a perfect background and your flowers are beautiful. Enjoy your weekened, it's raining here this morning but we really can't complain after the glorious weather we had all week. Hugs xx

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  5. Hello Julie ,
    Beautiful Flower ,creation ,dank you for de tutorial.
    Have nice weekend .
    Hugs Doris

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  6. Gorgeous Julie, and best use of a doily ever!! I love the vintage hues, it's such a wonderful palette for intricate doily backgrounds and delicate flowers! hugs :)

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  7. I already wrote a comment on Cheery Lynns blog, but ofcourse I also want to let you know on your own blog that I love your creation! It's such a great idea making a shadow with the 2nd doily! I will keep this in mind and give it a try someday!
    It's for sure now: At the end of august we will come to Scotland for the 3rd time for a holiday. I am looking forward to this!
    Lia xx

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  8. Oh your flowers are always so divine Julie,wish I could make them like that! A stunner of a card,love the vintage colours,beautifully created once again :)
    Big hugs
    Donna xxx

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  9. Really wonderful with such amazing flowers!! but I look forward about still only once about the spring ;-)! Hugs, Kerstin

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  10. Wow - your dimensional flowers go from glory to glory, Julie! What an amazing card in such elegant ivory and burgundy.
    Alison xx

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  11. I love how you used the doily(s) as the base of your card, the shadow technique looks wonderful and those flowers are superb. I love how you shaped them, they really are incredible Julie. A stunning card. Hugs, Anne xx

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  12. Julie your doily card is fabulous. Love the idea of the unusual shaped card. But the flower you created is even more exciting. Love it. And love the center you made for that flower too. The small flowers you made make a perfect addition to everything else... Great composition of all elements.
    Thank you for sharing your creativity.
    Hugs from Monica... Spain

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  13. It just couldn't get any prettier Julie! Love how you have uses the doily dies and your flowers and foliage as always are very beautiful. Stunnning card! Nicola x

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  14. Breathtaking masterpiece!!! That's what this card is!!! Love every little detail!

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  15. This is stunning Julie! The way you have combined the dies and those fabulous flowers is just so mmmmmmmmmmm!!! Chrisx

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  16. Stunning card. Fabulous shape. Your flowers are gorgeous! TFS

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  17. So much detail and just love the leaves and ribbon colours, matches beautifully, Ruth x

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Thanks for visiting, I love to read your comments so I know you have stopped by and look forward to visiting your blog.

Julie x

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