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Sunday, January 17, 2016

Scribbles Topiary1

This card features an image from Scribble, called Topiary 1.  Coloured with copic pens and fussy cut. Layered onto yellow and green cardstock on kraftcard.

The scrolls down the side and the butterflies and diecuts.  The blue and white flowers are from Graphic 45 paper, which I have fussy cut, layered on black cardstock and fussy cut again.  The flourishes are from Kaisercraft and the little hearts are offcuts from a cog diecut.

Entered into:

Scribbles - Have a heart
Craft for the Craic - Anything Goes
Through the Craftroom Door - Anything Goes
Tuesday Throwdown - Add some Dimension


Gail said...

Thank you for dropping of your lovely creation at Scribbles Design Challenge - we hope you come back again soon - Gail Scott Guest Designer Jan 2016

Bernardine Cuttino said...

Wow, love the vibrancy of this beauty. Simply striking with so many details, that are eye catching. Thanks for joining in on the fun at Tuesday Throwdown. We look forward to seeing you again.

Theresa said...

sweet card. thank you for sharing it with us at TTCRD and good luck, Theresa Dt xx

Denice said...

Love the addition of the butterflies, they look great on the topiary! Thanks for joining us at TTCRD this week, good luck! Hope you'll join us for more of our weekly challenges.
Denice - TTCRD DT

stempelfrida said...

What a nice Spring like card! Thank you for playing with us at the Tuesday Throwdown challenge. Creative regards from stempelfrida

Pia S said...

This fun colorful design caught my attention, it's such a contrast to what we have as weather now, and it does cheer me up.