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Tuesday, 5 April 2011

CR84FN #22

Hi Folks.

A quick post from me today just to show my entry for this weeks challenge at CR84FN who have given us this fabulous colour scheme to work with.

And here is my entry,
I used brown card stock for the base card.
The Damask is from Pink Petticoat matted onto some green card and cut along the bottom with a Spellbinders Scallop die.
The border is cut out with a Spellbinders Classic Lace Borderbilities die, in brown.
The flower is handmade and yes, it does look a bit like a cabbage I know.
The sentment is from Flourishes Tag Lines stamped in brown.
I`ve added two little pearls to the scallop.







Thanks for popping in...Lynne xxx

25 comments:

  1. This is stunning, I love it! xx Jan

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  2. LOL at the cabbage comment! I didn't see it as that until you mentioned it . . . and then . . . well it kinda looked one after that!

    Add some glitter . . . I've never seen a glittery cabbage!

    Hugs, Sandra

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  3. This is so elegant! I love the green rose; not a cabbage, not a cabbage :)) I love the paper you've used and the gem detail at the scallops. Thanks for playing along with CR84FN this week!

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  4. WOW - just plain WOW - I love it and the flower looks nothing like a blinking cabbage!!!! It's gorgeous. x

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  5. This is mega beautiful; I love the colour scheme! The flower is lovely and nothing like a cabbage I've ever bought! xx

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  6. I didn't think the flower looked like cabbage until I read your blog post! You shouldn't have put that in my head! LOL! I think your card is lovely! The papers are very pretty and the scalloped edge and lace border are FAB! THX for playing with us at CR84FN!

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  7. Certainly not a cabbage, I love the card!!

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  8. I don't see the problem - I love cabbages! In fact the tag should say: 'For you - my little cabbage'! It's a beautiful card Lynne.

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  9. Really stunning card. It's so elegant and that's the best looking cabbage I've ever seen.
    :D)
    Caroline xxx

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  10. Hi Lynn, totally gorgeous card, fab colours to work with but you really rocked this one:0) xxx

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  11. Lynn what a stunning and elegant card, just love the colours you have used.

    Anne

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  12. Thank you for your lovely post on my blog, Lynn. I have to say that your cards are just stunning and make mine pale into insignificance! Our two greys (one very laid back male and one very cheeky girly) are the most adorable dogs and we just love them to pieces, so I know how you feel about your whippet cross.
    Beth. xxx

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  13. That 3D flower looks fabulous! Thanks for playing along with CR84FN :)

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  14. So elegant! Thanks for playing at CR84FN! :)

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  15. Hi sweetie, this is stunning, love it, hugs pops x x x

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  16. Stunning classy card Lynne. Love the colour combo you have used.

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  17. Cheryl ( I'm not creeping,HONESTLY!!)6 April 2011 at 21:19

    I know we're biased but you just out-do yourself with every card you create.Keep it up,you're amazing! No.1 Mum & Grandma xxx

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  18. This is BEAUTIFUL! I love the damask patterned paper and your GORGEOUS flower (your cabbage comment made me laugh out loud! Your flower is truly fab!). Thanks so much for playing along with CR84FN!!! Great take on the challenge colors!

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  19. Beautiful card, Lynne! Love flower is gorgeous! Thanks for playing along with CR84FN!

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  20. Oh my Lynne this is a stunner! that flower is lush!

    Have a fab day

    ali x

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  21. Oh Lynne your cards just get better & better all the time!!!!love this one, esp. that flower. I have a little something for you over at my blog btw. :O) Viv xx

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  22. Love the cards they are brill and i nearly spat my cup of tea everwhere at your cabbage comment!

    Hugs June

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  23. Gorgeous. That flower and your colors are awesome.

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  24. I LOVE your handmade flower! I don't think it looks like a cabbage (my mum actually has beautiful decorative "cabbages" growing in her garden and I adore them!). Your card is wonderful--I love the scallops and the border too!
    XO
    Beverly

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