2.02.2012

Cricut Cartridge: Art Nouveau: Project #8

Here is Another art Nouveau card that I made with Valentines Day in mind. Once again, all the layers for the flower were cut using the imagine and I painted iridescent medium on the white layer to give it some shimmer. I touched it up with copics and used a stylus on a rubber mat to give the leaves some dimension. I'm entering this one in a challenge over at Beyond Grey as well as the Little Red Wagon challenge and cardz tv challenge since they all just happened to be for Valentines day cards!

I cut the banner from the new Victorian Romance cartridge and inked it with to give it some dimension.

Ingredients:
  • patterned paper: K&Company
  • Cricut Cartridges Used: Victorian Romance (banner), Art Nouveau (pansy), Lacy Labels (background shapes)
  • other: cuttle bug embossing folder, tim Holtz distress ink (vintage photo)

8 comments:

  1. This is beautiful! I love the neutral background with the pop of color! Thank you for your kind words! They mean the world to me! And YAY for getting published! I will be looking for your name for sure!!!! : D

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  2. So soft and romantic! I really like the banner. Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon.

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  3. thats such a soft romantic card !!thanks for joining us at beyond grey challange !!

    kindly remove the word verification though !!

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  4. oh thats a pretty one !! love the orchid , the sentiment is so beautiful :) this is truly a romantic and soothing card .
    thanks alot for playing we love having u over
    at http://beyondgrey.blogspot.in/
    Love
    pooja

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  5. Pretty, thanks for joining CCC!

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  6. Gorgeous and classy :)
    A fabulous card, i love it totally
    Thank you so much for being a part of BGC # 2

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  7. so pretty :)
    thanks for playing with us on BGC#2

    melissa
    vibrina.blogspot.com

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  8. So I'm looking around and I found your labels and the Victorian Romance is by far my favorite. I love the title the banner is in. So cute!

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