Saturday, 25 February 2017

It's Photo Week at Just Us Girls

Hosting our Photo Week Challenge is Sue
and has chosen this lovely Photo.

and Here is my card concentrating on that
beautiful red & green amongst the snow (brr)
 I do love this poppy die from Memory Box and pulled it out
as I thought it perfect to match the photo above.
I cut out 2 and inked them up with
Tim Holtz  Festive Berries/Fired Brick/Mowed Lawn.
Added a touch of green & clear WOS.
My background was embossed with Kaisercraft Leaves.
Poppies slightly popped for dimension
onto white card stock. Behind them are strips of
scrap DP and a scallop from Spellbinders Lacey Circles.
The sentiment was already cut out and sitting on my desk
and tied in perfectly. I even had the tiny dot...
Finished my card off with a few red rhinestones.
Don't forget to pop over and see what our
Talented Guest Designer Michele
and the Team created for your inspiration.
Thanks You Michele for being our Guest this month.
We have all enjoyed looking at your amazing cards.
Till next time Cherrio from




Vicki Dutcher said...

Pretty with the red against the white~

Verna Angerhofer said...

Gorgeous card design. I love those tulips.

Barbara said...

Love this texture background on those gorgeous die cuts that you have embellished so well. Outstanding card!

Nancy said...

Love the EF background and your layout Ina! Terrific job!!

Judy Woodland said...

What a stunner!!! Absolute stunner!!! I love that you used the die and made it look like tulips....even though they are really poppies. I love your embossed background and the touches of green too.

Lisa Kind said...

Gorgeous! I love the design and the poppies are so pretty! LOVE this card!

Bobby said...

This is so lovely, Ina. I love that die too and your presentation of it with the green strips and embossed background is delightful.

Stampingcountry said...

Such a clean, fresh card!

Sue VanDeVusse said...

This is so pretty! I love how you colored the poppies die giving so much depth to them and your design is so pleasing to the eye.