Saturday, November 26, 2011

Happy Birthday!

Hi Again!

This is my second posting for the day.  Hope you are enjoying your weekend!  I had fun with all these pretty flowers for this birthday card for a co-worker.  I will keep this post short for dinner is calling me.  I may have another card to post for tomorrow.  It's only 5:03pm, but it's already getting too dark to take a good photo.  Thanks for stopping by!  Hugs!!:-))

Paper:  K&Company, Recollections
Stamp:  Large Flower-SU, Small Flower-Close to My Heart,
Ink:  SU-Red Riding Hood
Pearls:  SU
Die:  Verve
Gems:  Darice
Button:  SU
Ribbon:  SU
Hemp Cord:  Jo-Ann Fabric


  1. WWWWOOOOWWWW!!! I love this card! Gosh, you make me want to learn how to sew! The stitching is absolute perfection. Beautiful card Maria!

  2. OMG, this is just gorgeous, Maria. This is sure to give give someone a most happy birthday. Wow! Hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful.

  3. This is beautiful Maria, I love the colour combo, and those pretty stamped flowers are gorgeous.

  4. Your card is absolutely lovely. You've got a fantastic sense of detail in a way that the elements don't fight each other, rather, compliment each other.

  5. OMGosh, Maria, I am in love with your bow and the card is just beautiful. I really like how you did your sentiment with the punched edge and the way you mounted the flowers too!

  6. This is beautiful, Maria! Love the colors and the papers. The ribbon and flowers are just stunning! Bet your co-worker absolutely adored this!

  7. Love, love ,love this beautiful card, Maria!! Perfect paper and embellishments! I keep staring at it! Love the button and stitching! One of my fav's!!

  8. This looks like a perfect card for my aunt, whose birthday is in December. The red and the green are festive. And those fussy cut flowers are great in the corner!

  9. Your co-worker is so lucky to work with you! What a beautiful card for her. That multi-loop bow is unbelievably gorgeous! I love that you only wrapped it around the top panel rather than the entire width of the card. I need to remember that for my cards. It looks pretty that way. ~Hugs, Cheryl