Monday, August 23, 2010

Her 18th Birthday


I showed you the graduation pictures and card when this young lady graduated. Now she is turning 18 !! Wow time certainly has a habit of flying away doesn't it?

I had a picture of stained glass and wanted to use it behind a window frame. However, I couldn't find a window frame I wanted so used a romantic window svg cut and am sorry I can not remember who I got it from but thank you.

The stained glass was covered with clear paper from a package and the butterfly cut from another svg cut from I used the Cuttlebug swirls folder to emboss. The frame was cut from several layers of the beige card stock and then layered with a paper from Dollar Store.

The inside of the card was printed from Sweethearts cart with Cri Cut color pens. My first attempt with them and I just love them and they are opening up a whole new dimension for me. I then used the same swirls folder to emboss the opaque acetate. A couple more swirls from the arch and a bit of rusty glimmer ink to soften the edges of the arch. I lined the envelope with the same color paper as the arch. The camera gave the inside of the card a yellow color but truly the soft beige is more the true color.

Have a blessed day.



Meda said...

Your card is beautiful. I love the green with a dragonfly.
I saw you were asking about my butterflies and thought I would answer here just in case you don't get back to that post on my blog: the red ones are printed from the computer, but I did make stamped and embossed ones:

Tracy said...

Your card is beautiful.

Caroline said...

gorgeous!! TFS :)

Caroline in Toronto

Beth Norman said...

Beautiful card, and congrats to the graduate. I'm intimidated by SVG files and keep telling myself to keep abreast of what's going on.

Kate said...

First of all - WOW!!! That card is amazing!! I am so impressed. I just love it!!
Second, I just wanted to pop by to thank you for the mat tip you left at Fantabulous Cricut. I appreciate it. I've not heard or tried that before. I have a Zig 2-way pen, but am thinking that the glue must come in bigger sizes. I'll have to keep my eyes peeled for it. Thanks for taking the time to offer a suggestion. I really appreciate it.

Curt in Carmel said...

Wow! I had to click on it to see that it wasn't actually 3 dimensional. This is so clever and beautifully done! Great job. Best, Curt

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...
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Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

Beautiful card. I have a window like that and so does Heather M, but not with the beautiful filigree work....very very pretty!!!

Wynne said...

Your cards just keep getting better and better my dear friend. You better be planning on your Christmas stock soon as I misssed a birthday one!!!!
Love from South Korea