Friday, April 05, 2013

Floral Delight.

This is the second Tap paper transfer that left a residue of the picture still on the contact paper.

 The original post about it can be found below. I layered pink sparkly organzer (available from here) over the image which darkened it down sufficiently to use on this card shown with two paper roses (made last year) that just happened to match the colours perfectly.

I used a white card blank and cut pink card stock to cover the front which then had a nestie
die cut from the top half.( put back in my stash for later use). The sentiment was from a sheet of various toppers I had purchased, not sure from where and the spotty ribbon, tiny bow and pearls  from my stash. Little butterfly was punched from a left over piece of the pink card which was a tad too large for the fromt. Transfer and pink organza was sandwiched between the layers.

Entering into the following challenges:
Papertake Weekly: Anthing goes.
Sweet Stamps: Spring Pastels.
Through the Craft Room: Anything goes.
Crafting for all Seasons: Floral delight.
Crafty Creations: Flowers or Fairies.
Card Makin Mamas: No patterned paper.
Pin and Tack: Anything goes:
Pixie's Crafty Workshop. Use your snippets (spotty ribbon and butterfly)

 






15 comments:

  1. Hello Mrs A...... oh your so adventureous this is beautiful and those little added extras make it complete totally stunning enjoy your weekend xx

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  2. What a great idea, looks very mysterious, great image and layout.

    Kath x

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  3. This look so pretty and cleverly made.xx

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  4. Beautiful card!! Thanks for joining us at Sweet Stamps!

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  5. That is beautiful, I like how you used the organza.

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  6. Oh yes! I adore this Mrs A - so elegant and beautifully made. Only seven more sleeps :)

    Hugs, Di xx

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  7. Very pretty card Mrs A. :) Cathy x

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  8. gorgeous creation hun thanks so much for joining us at PTW hugs Jill xx

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  9. I like your transfer residue, soft and gentle impression!
    Xx

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  10. Both cards are simply lovely. The 'transfer' you mentioned is a new technique...but I sure did like what you achieved with it. (Is this like using the sookwang tranfer technique with outline stickers? If not, yeah, this is another new one for me!). TFS & Happy Sunday

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  11. Gorgeous card, love the effect you created and no waste - fab!
    Well done on winning the prize in the playground.
    Linbyx

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  12. Loved what you did with the Transfer technique. Thanks for playing with us this week at TTCRD
    Huggs
    Sandi

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  13. Oh how beautiful and romantic!

    love Mags B x

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  14. very pretty love the roses. Thanks for joining us at Crafting For All Seasons.
    Cindy
    DT

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