Thursday, June 11, 2020


Just have a quick post today with cards for two challenges - Christmas Kickstart (tag) and The Flower Challenge (navy+another color).

I smooshed watercolored a piece of bristol cardstock and then die cut the various parts of my layered flower.  The leaves and the sentiment strip are vellum.  Also dry embossed the circles behind the flower.

The tag is a revision of one I made ages ago - have kept the original because I liked it so much I didn't want to give it away - I have favorite cards like that too that I want to keep.  Anyway, die cut the base of the "sled" with a tag die from some wood grain paper on which I added a lot of distress ink.  Rest is pretty evident on how it was made.  Wonder if I'll be able to part with this one????

All for now - have a great day and thanks for stopping by.


  1. What a beautiful card and tag! That flower is amazing!

  2. Your flower card is absolutely wonderful. Love the pink and navy.

  3. TWo great projects, Betty! Especially love the peachy flower on the blue card - stunning!! And what a sweet tag - clever to use a tag to make a sled!!

  4. Wow great colors on your flower card and that sled would never leave my craft room...good luck.

  5. 2 wonderful projects, Betty! The sled with the wreath tag is brilliant & I might not be able to give it away! The floral card is stunning! You DO work wonders with layered floral dies!

  6. Betty your tag on the sled is fantastic, so vintage! Thank you joining us at Christmas Kickstart this month!

  7. Goodness, Betty, I'm fairly swooning here! Love both cards. Your vintage tag card is stunning. Thanks for joining Tracey and me at Christmas Kickstart, Jo x

  8. Betty, what a gorgeous card, the layered flower is amazing, and the vellum leaves look so soft and beautiful.
    Thank you for playing at THE FLOWER CHALLENGE.

  9. Fabuloous card betty! so classy looking, love the watercoloured flower too.Thanks for sharing with us over at 'The Flower Challenge' ;) Viv DT xx


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