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Sunday, June 23, 2013

MIM Card #3: Violets

Hi friends,
 I'm back with the last card for this week's MIM challenge.
Here's card #3:
I used Year of Flowers: Violets~ colored with Lavender Moon & Plum Pudding inks. I masked the edges of the card base & stamped the background (En Français) with Soft Stone ink. The sentiment comes from YOF: Sweet Peas set stamped in Plum pudding. I used the Edgers die as a template to add a piercing detail. I finished it off by adding a few pearls to the flower centers & the banner.

Here is card #1
Here is card #2

Thanks for popping in!
Tootles!

13 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful!!! I love the flowers on vellum. Love the pearls for the flower centers, and love the colors : )

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  2. Karli, all 3 are just beautiful, but #3 is my favorite. Love the script background and soft colors.

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  3. Gorgeous!!! So soft and pretty!

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  4. Lovely lavender violets! This one's my favorite with the script background!

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  5. What an amazing set. Glad I don't have to pick one. Couldn't make a decision. ;-)

    Have a great week my friend!
    Hugs,
    Gaby

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  6. So romantic with the script background. Love the colors of the flowers.

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  7. Your cards are absolutely amazing!! Love them all!

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  9. All of your cards are gorgeous! Love the pretty flowers and the colors! have a fantastic day! hugs and sunshine

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  10. Karli I come back to your blog and thanks for your nice words..this is really amazing...Love that flower and leave on the vellum paper really ADORABLE..I wish I have a big flower stamp too now...I have only little and tinny like on my teddy card (LOL) love your creation dear Karli..hugs

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  11. Wow -- super gorgeous -- must go to pin this now!

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  12. All three of your cards are absolutely gorgeous! I didn't try this technique, as I had a very bust week, but you have inspired me to go back and give it a try. I love all the extra touches on your cards - the pearls, the piercing, etc. Great job!

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