Monday, February 17, 2014


I love challenges that make me veer from my norm. This card is an unusual shape card. I used the Infinity Doily angel wing to make the base card in white. Then I adhered the Infinity Doily die cut in kraft as the front layer of the card. I cut the base and front so the result was a kind of diamond shape. I love the result. Along the bottom left side I added die cut leaves (flourish leaf strip), a handmade red rose (large rose), and several die cut violets (build a flower embellishments#2). All of the die cuts except the letters are from Cheery Lynn Designs. I cut the tag and stamped a flower flourish (SweetStamps). The letters for the sentiment are from Tim Holtz.
My card is being entered into these challenges: Cheery Lynn Designs -- shaped card; Kraft Journal -- use a die cut; Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge -- get krafty; and Frilly and Funkie -- bloomin' marvelous (hand made flowers).


Sandy Hulsart said...

Oh, Barbara, this is stunning. What a clever idea to use the angel wing to make the card base. Your flowers are just beautiful as well. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs challenge.

Karen said...

Loving how you made the angel wing die as your card base! This is so beautiful Barbara, and the array of flowers are fabulous! Thanks for playing along in the Cheery Lynn Designs challenge!

Buttons said...

What a fantastic design. Love the way the rose comes to life on this. Thanks so much for joining us at Frilly and Funkie. Jenny x

Nancy Dynes said...

A gorgeous card with such lovely handmade blooms! Thanks so much for participating in the Frilly and Funkie challenge!

Rhonda Van Ginkel said...

Barbara, I love the shape you've chosen and the Infinity Doily is a favorite of mine!!! Beautiful card and your flowers are lovely too!

Thanks so much for joining us in our challenge at Cheery Lynn Designs this week!

~Tammy~ said...

What a beautifully unique shaped card! Thank you for sharing at The Kraft Journal.