Sunday, January 29, 2012

Quatrefoil and lace



Hi
Still cleaning up a lot of cuts from my desk. This is part of the quatrefoil svg from Christmas. The lace was a wee piece in the stash so I turned it into a flower. The background paper is from a huge stack my step daughter gave me. I love it and when I find a nice smoky blue butterfly I will probably put it on there. The centre of the "flower" is a stick on and it is the same color as the card. Of course, the camera doesn't catch that. lol To see the true colors click on the card. The background paper is gorgeous.
I lined the envelope with one row of the svg and laid a piece of the lace under it. Cute.
Have a Blessed day.
Myrna

11 comments:

Betty Benton said...

Love the placement of the pretty paper -- you'll have to post this again once you find the perfect butterfly to go with it!

Gail said...

Very nice!
I'm with Betty, I want to see it with the butterfly!

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

Lovely lovely lovely card!!!!

Alice said...

Just beautiful Myrna!

Tracy said...

Oh my goodness this card is stunning. So elegant.

About the bag on my blog I got the idea from Donnastampingthoughts.

Dr Sonia S V said...

The lace looks beautiful and yes you are right some photos just dont capture the wonderful texture of a card

Cheers
Sonia
cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

Penny Duncan Creations said...

Myrna I wanted to THANK YOU so very much for your very very sweet comment you left on my blog!!! Please know I am truly touched....And may I add...this piece you've created...is GORGEOUS!!!!

Bonnie Weiss said...

Very unique card, Myrna.

Juliet A said...

I see what you mean about putting on a blue butterfly, but really it is so pretty right now, you could probably just add a sentiment and it would be perfect.

Jani Lewis said...

Very pretty and such a nice way to show off your beautiful patterned paper.

Curt in Carmel said...

The paper is beautiful! Love what you did with it. . .a butterfly will be the perfect touch! Boy have you been busy! I've scrolled down to look at all the other beauties you've made. Wonderful work. I just have to limit my comments to two because it kills my arm to type very long. . .Hope you understand. . .Hugs, Curt