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Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Some Bunny loves you

This months Scrapology card challenge has been set by Lily of the Valley's Bev Rochester.

Here is mine.
The image is called Bunny Flowers.


I used a 6x6" white card and some paper from my collection as a base.
I wrapped some ribbon around the spine and added a bow.
The image is coloured with Copics, the background using a technique taught by Kay Carley.


I mounted the image on a sheet of white card embossed with a plate, then added a Memory Box corner with some pearls and a heart to embellish.


The butterflies were punched from some scraps with a Martha Stewart triple punch.

Why not hop (no pun intended) on over to Scrapology for more details of the challenge and the other DT members cards.



3 comments:

Karen said...

So pretty Linda. I love that green.

Richard Norman said...

Hello Linda

I stumbled across your blog.

Always a pleasure seeing another crafter getting pleasure from what they do.

Your cards are more sophisticated than anything I have done.

I sometimes make my own Christmas cards, I make lino cuts and print them on my old hand press.

I am primarily a bookbinder,some of your cards are like small books with complicated covers.

Do you ever use simple 3 hole sewing to join several pages together? It could be sewn with ribbon.

I run a site devoted to craft bookbinding, there are a lot of free bookbinding manuals which may interest you.

Come on over if you have a moment.

Good luck to us all.

Richard

Sue said...

Gorgeous card . i would lover to take a "Copic's class" there never seems to be anyone teaching around=d here though.