Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Trio Of Pink.

It's the second week of 
so here is some more inspiration for you.

1st Card.
Base is made from smooth white card.
I stenciled with  Memory Box 'Texture Honey Comb'
using SU  'Blushing Bride'.
Sentiment is by  Clearly Besotted.
Butterfly  is a Dufex topper which i raised on 3D pads.
Blue and gold sequins from my stash.

Entering into the following challenges:
My Craft Creations # Anything goes.
Craft Your Passion #251 Anything goes.
Quirky Crafts #5 Pretty In Pink.
Country View Crafts # Anything goes.


2nd Card.

This one uses  SU Honeycombe Embossing folder.
Card base is SU cardstock
I embossed a strip of the pink card and cut out 
6 heexagons for the word.
Letters were stamped using a wooden alphabet set.
Butterflies were cut outs from previous projects.
Simple but effective.

Entering into the following challenges:
Crafting From The Heart #49 Anything goes.
The Shabby Tea Room #247 Pop of pink.
One Crazy Stamper # Anything goes.
Virgina's View #13 All things embossed.


3rd Card.

I cased the 3 hexagons with twine from a card
by Kirsty Maluga shown in Papercraft Magazine.
Backing paper is  Florals and Flutters 
a freebie in Making Cards 2013 the last in my stash.
Pink  SU card left over from card made above.
Sentiment is a Britannia Die, cut twice and layered
Xcut Hexagon Die Cut  and SU Embossing Folder
used to make the Hexagons.
Twine and pearl from stash.

Entering into the following challenges:
Crafty Card Makers #133 Stripes.
Use Your Stuff #175 Twine.
Crafty Catz #268 Use your dies/punches.
Pixie's Crafty Workshop #166 use up your snippets (design paper).

Hope you will join me for a Flutter.

34 comments:

  1. A trio of pretty cards, Mrs A.
    I like your hexagon theme...they all look wonderful.

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  2. A trio of pretty cards, Mrs A.
    I like your hexagon theme...they all look wonderful.

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  3. Ooh 3 fab cards!! Love the honeycomb stencil with the sequins and pretty butterfly!
    And all the little butterflies on the second with the bold sentiment are great!
    Lucy x

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  4. Your cards are beautiful Valery Anne ! Love the background of the first one... Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

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  5. Gorgeous cards Mrs A! I'll come and play ASAP I promise!! Busy here - we might get back into our bedroom again soon - hooray!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  6. That honeycomb embossing folder is so cool! Great cards!

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  7. Hi Mrs A
    Wow, all three cards are just wonderful. Love em all.
    The honeycomb embossing is fab.
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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  8. Three fabulous cards Mrs A, loving all your various hexagons, pretty papers and beautiful butterflies. Carol x

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  9. Wow Mrs A all three of your cards are amazing l just love everything you have done to all of them ....you have been pretty busy xx

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  10. All beautiful cards Valery, lovely designs and colours, Hugs Kate x

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  11. Three wonderful cards Mrs A. Love the different designs and super colours xx

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  12. Three lovely cards here Mrs A, especially like the way you have done the word thanks.

    Kath x

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  13. What a lovely idea, to use the impressions of hexagons to place your sentiment and love the sequins~ Thanks for joining us at The Shabby Tea Room. Hugs, Rebecca

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  14. The dry embossing details are lovely with the sentiment! Love love the hexagons! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia’s View “All Things Embossed” Challenge!

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  15. Beautiful cards!!!Thank you for joining us at Quirky Crafts Challenges. Monica.-DT

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  16. These are gorgeous! I love these cards with their lovely hexagons. Thank you for sharing this with us over at Crafting from the Heart. Sue DT x

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  17. love your cards with the hexies, thank you for joining our challenge at Crafty Catz and hope to see you again
    Tilly

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  18. Fabulous cards Mrs A really fab ..lots of huggles Sue xx

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  19. Such pretty cards! I really like how you tied the twine around the hexagons on the last card. Thanks for joining us at Use Your Stuff!

    Lori - UYSDT

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  20. A very pretty card. A lovely colour scheme and the hexagon die cuts make a great focal point. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and more. Sally.x.

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  21. These are so pretty, lovely cards xx

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  22. gorgeous makes Valery - really beautiful! I especially love the first one - fabulous! Big hugs rachel x

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  23. My goodness! You are the hexagon queen! I love that first card--it reminds me that I have some of those butterflies somewhere. They are all very nice though.

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  24. This is such an adorable display of wonderful and beautiful cards..Have a lovely weekend.
    aNNie.xx
    {The Journey is the Start – my personal blog}

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  25. WOW, Mrs A! What a wonderfull selection of hexagon themed butterfly cards. I especially love the middle one with the little butterflies fluttering up the embossed hexagons. xx

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  26. Great cards and designs. Thank you for joining us at the Use Your Stuff Challenge. Martha Lucia DT

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  27. Oh I love all these cards, great styles.

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  28. Beautiful cards
    Thanks for playing with Use your stuff challenge blogFanny (UYS DT)

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  29. Hi Mrs. A, Fabulous set of cards, love the designs.
    On a catch up - and love the quilted block too.
    Avril xx

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  30. Beautiful card!!! Thank you for joining us at Craft Your Passion. Monica-Dt.

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  31. Hello,
    You have been very busy, Your cards are wonderful.
    Thank you for joining us this month at CVC.
    Smiles:)
    Sue

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  32. How busy you've been. Just love the colour tones on all three cards but the first is my favourite x

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  33. Love all 3, but the first one is my favourite xx

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  34. I like all these cards Mummy. But I LOVE the first one x

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