Thursday, October 17, 2013

Frosted Ornament and Flower

Hi Folks!  I hope you are all enjoying the Fall weather.  Here in Florida there is not too much of a weather fluctuation but we can tell by our cooler mornings that Fall is here. And of course, if we go into any store and the Christmas decorations are out, it must be Fall.
Today I'm sharing a couple of cards I created using the Frosted paper from Close to my Heart.  I am still in love with those beautiful muted blues and grays.
 This beautiful card uses a treat cup, half back pearls, ribbon and my trusty Cricut.  Isn't it adorable!?
 Here's a close up of the pearls ~ you can see that I used two half back pearls and put them together to create the look of a whole pearl. 
Next up is a card for a new friend who, the first time I met her, wore a scarf that exactly matched the zig zag pattern of the Frosted paper.
 The verse comes from ole faithful Pinterest.  Come to think of it, the ornament card was inspired by a card I saw on Pinterest.  That Pinterest just sucks me in.  argggg 
Close up of the flower that I created using my Tim Holtz tattered flowers die.
Thank you for stopping in today. :-)

If you are visiting here from the Don't Get Yourself In A Tangle Blog Hop.  At the bottom of my post are the rest of blogs for your hopping leisure. Here are the rest of the ladies.   

I hope you enjoy your hopping!!

Up next is Carol Loftus
CTMH Festive Friday Blog Hop Line up
1. Diane Tuggle
2.Rebecca Brown
3.Michelle Bowley >>>You are here.
4.Carol Loftus
5.Linda Pekrul
6.Jamie Barney
7.Paige Dolecki
8.Mary Ellen Driggs
9.April Grigson
10.Theresa Miller
11.Brenda Lapp
12.Ashley Denny 
13.Mary Schwimer(Ida's Attic)  
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8 comments:

  1. you really have a talent! love these!!!!!!

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  2. Your flower is absolutely gorgeous and I love the use of the treat cup. love love these cards

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  3. Both are beautiful cards, but I LOVE the ornament one! It's so pretty with the pearls. Ah yes, Pinterest. I have spent many an hour there also!! LOL.

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  4. Both your cards are beautiful. I love what you did with the flower and especially how you did that ornament card.

    I know what you mean about the weather. Here in Austin, TX, the weather doesn't tend to change much, either. We know it's winter when we start getting rain.

    Hugs,
    Mary Ellen

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  5. I hear you on Pinterest - I have to be careful when I go in there that I have the time to spare! Your cards are beautiful! The dimension on the flower is just awesome!

    Paige

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  6. Both cards are spectacular! Great job!

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  7. Your cards are both beautiful and elegant!!

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