Sunday, March 10, 2013

Blooming Violets


Hope you are all having a great weekend.  We are starting to see a little bit of sunshine.  The snow is starting to melt and we can actually see a small portion of our grass!!

Today I designed a card using the Memory Box "Blooming Violet" dies.  This is such a fun die to work with.  I die cut it all out of white card stock then colored the pieces with Copic Markers. Yellow Stickles was added to the center of the flowers. I added the MFT "Fresh Cut Grass die cut along the bottom of the flowers. The purple background was embossed with the eBosser "Dainty Dots" embossing folder.  The white frames are Spellbinders "Locking Loops" frames.  The sentiment is from some stickers from Webster's Pages Mini Messages called "Best Friends Words".   The small butterflies are from the Memory Box"Butterfly Delights" die.  This die cuts 15 tiny butterflies.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

The products I use can be purchased from Joan's Gardens:
Memory Box "Blooming Violet" 98504
Memory Box "Butterfly Delights" 98130
MFT "Fresh Cut  Grass" die
eBosser "Dainty Dots" embossing folder
Yellow Stickles
Websters Pages "Mine Messages "Best Friends Words" WS1082

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16 comments:

Rita said...

What a stunning card Selma. I just love everything about it. That SB die is on my ever growing wish list. Hugs from Scotland. Rita xx

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Winnie and Patty said...

Wow Selma--this is one beautiful violet card. I love violets, as they are my birth flower (Feb). TFS! Patty

Leanne ... said...

Very cute and spring feeling Selma. Those flowers feel like spring. The card is adorable.
Hugs...Leanne

Diane said...

Very pretty Selma...makes me wish for Spring...snow is melting here too, but it is so ugly out, dirty snow, wet and dreary, so it was a pleasure to see your beautiful bit of Spring!! Have always loved violets!!

Sue W said...

Such a pretty colour scheme Selma and a wonderful design as always!

Natalie said...

This is very pretty!!!

Glenda said...

What an adorable card. I just love the flowers and those yellow butterflies!

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Joan Fricker said...

Beautiful spring card Selma. I love the purple and yellow together. Great use of those new dies.

ileana-carmen said...

A very delicate card you made.

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Anneke said...

this design is delicate and elegant and love the flowers.
greetings from ann

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Sparkly Engineer said...

This card is delightful. I really like your flower garden and all the little butterflies.

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