Friday, 12 April 2013

Spring Coloured Birthday

Afternoon Crafty People, 

How are you all?? 

I can not believe how random this weather is, we have had some lovely sunshine up in the North East over the last couple of days, so much so we even managed to get out into the garden and get the grass cut along with hedges trimmed, drive cleaned cars washed, now within two days the heating is back on. Random!

The Card I have for you today is a card I made for my farther in law to give to my mother in law for her birthday and apparently they both loved it. 

I went over the top with this card but I loved it. I also experimented with lots of different papers and a colour combination that I never thought I would use, but it worked out alright.

So The card is an 8x8 card blank covered with five coordinating backing papers. 
The main topper is a image I stamped from the Crafters Companion Popcorn Bear Range I stamped it in black ink and embossed it with a clear embossing powder. I then coloured it in using my Promarker pens.  The sentiment is from a Humprey stamp plate, again stamped in black ink and embossed using clear embossing powder. I personalised it by writing in the recipients name.

I created a spray of flowers these are all hand made I started by cutting a five petal flower from my Cricut machine, coloured them in to match the colours of the backing papers and the topper with my Promarker pens, each flower is created from three five petal flowers cut and shaped into the rose shape. To create the different sizes I simply cut the flowers from the cricut in different sizes.  To finish the flowers I popped a stamen in the center of each rose. The leaves are also cut from the Cricut machine and coloured in using Promarker pens. 
To finish the card I embellished it with pink ribbon and coloured buttons. 

The inside of the card has been completed to patch the front of the card, I matted and layered different papers and then printed an insert of my computer. 

So enough of the ramblings here is the card

The Card



 The Recipe
8x8 card blank
Various different backing papers to compliment each other 
3 x 5 petal flower shape in various sizes I created 5 flowers so in total needed 15 five petal flowers
Stamens
Ribbon
Buttons
Sentiment stamp
Topper stamp
Promarker Pen
Black ink
Clear embossing powder

The Challenges
I am putting my card forward for the following challenges. 
Creative Inspiration - Challenge 209 - Anything Goes 
Stamp With Fun - Challenge 206- Birthday
I Love Promarker - Challenge 163- Embossing
Papertake Weekly - Bingo (die cut, free, buttons )
Crafting Ribbons - Challenge 43 - Pink and Green
Crafters Companion - Flowers

Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog and I hope to see you again soon, and as always any comments left are greatly appreciated, I do take the time to read every comment and visit everyone's individual blog whenever possible. 

Hugs
Kelly 
xxx
 

8 comments:

Rene said...

Beautiful card! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful card with us at Creative Inspirations this week! Good luck and I hope to see you back next week for a new challenge!
Rene ;D

As.I.Do.Rodos. said...

Beautiful cards gorgeous papers and flowers. Thank you for joining us at I♥Promarkers good luck Ginny x

Denise said...

Absolutely stunning card! The layers of patterned paper and stamped image coordinate so beautifully. Thank you so much for joining us for the Crafter's Companion April Flowers challenge.

Andrea said...

Very nice creation - like the color and the motiv. Thanks for joining Stamp with Fun.
Big hug
Andrea-Emmi41

Trace said...

Lovely card, I do like how you have used your layering

Pam Leng said...

Wow Kelly this is a stunning card it is gorgeous so pretty.

Thank you for joining us this month on the Crafters Companion blog challenge

Pam x

{Chrissie} said...

I love the mix of patterns! Fabulous job!

Thanks for playing along with Crafter's Companion!

Julie Ann said...

Just too cute, Kelly.
Thank you for entering for the RTG Design Team call and good luck!
Warmest wishes, Julie Ann x
RTG Challenge Co-ordinator