Happy Thursday to you! I'd like to share a card with you using a technique that Lexi demonstrated over at Papertrey Ink! What a great way to dress up a CAS card, don't you think? So many possibilities...how fun!
For my card, I started with a white card base and die cut several pieces of the Bigger Blooms dies from Papertrey Ink. The pop of color was made using Authentique paper and a pink candy dot added from SU to the center. The sentiment is from Papertrey Ink, also. So, there you have it another quick birthday card for my stash.
Thank you for dropping by! Take care and have a great day!
Pretty card, Maria!ReplyDelete
Love that you used those great layered flowers for your die cut, subtle but lots of dimension too!ReplyDelete
Great idea to use the layered blooms for your white die cuts, Maria--so pretty!ReplyDelete
Love how you layered the white die cuts Maria, the effect is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Super take on the challenge!! Love it!ReplyDelete
I love white on white Maria and this is a great example of that - the pop of colour is so effective and the flowers are so pretty :-)ReplyDelete
OMGosh, yes! Very cool technique! I think the possibilities are endless. LOVE your flowers, Maria! Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Very cool! You did a fantastic job with the challenge! HugsReplyDelete
This is so beautiful, Maria! The white die-cuts resemble some spectacular embossing, too.... what a lovely effect! The pop of color is gorgeous! I love how you used the same flower shape for it. :o) Wonderfully designed as always, my kind friend! Have a happy day! :o)ReplyDelete
Hugs and blessings,
Such a cute card Maria! This looks like a fun technique!!ReplyDelete
This is awesome! Love the layering of the flowers :)ReplyDelete
Very pretty take on the PTI challenge, Maria! I especially love how you made your POP flower using patterned paper! Awesome!! Enjoy the weekend!! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
There is nothing nicer than white on white.....very elegant card Maria, love the pop of colour!ReplyDelete
Love the white die cuts! Very pretty card!ReplyDelete
great take on the challenge - i love the layered flowers! thanks for playing!!ReplyDelete