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Sunday, 6 March 2016

CTC#69 Love Blossoms- Blushing Pink Roses




Welcome Back for the Sunday Night Blog Hop. Welcome from Rachel's beautiful blog
This week we are CASEing the Love Blossoms section of the Catalogue which is such an amazing section of the Catalogue with loads of ideas and gorgeous products.
 I fell in love with the Rose Garden Bundle so have chosen to CASE this for you, using Blushing Bride over Pink Pirouette and layered up on Sahara Sand. The burlap ribbon is so on trend with weddings currently and it blends nicely with the soft pinks. I have to say that the Fine Tip Glue Pen was a must for this project. How did I manage without it? I have used some Embroidery Thread in the right tone as I wanted pink rather than linen on this project.



For the second card I repeated last week's tip about wrapping the Patterned Vellum around the plain card base for a softer look. The tiny sentiment is from a very old but still much loved set called Tiny Tags, but you could easily use any sentiment you liked for this layout. The fine metallic silver thread is tricky to work with but does add a lovely sparkle. I was tempted to add some Wink of Stella but was dismayed to find that I have finished one already !!!!

And just os show what you can do if you don't have the rose garden thinlits yet here is a sample using the inlaid embossing technique and the circles thinlits.



Next on the hop is  Helen, be sure and check out what she has created for us this week.



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Thanks for looking, Liz


10 comments:

  1. Love all your cards, but especially the Rose Wonder one!! And the embossing technique looks great.

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    1. Thanks so much Rebecca, it was such a big section I didn't know where to start - or stop!!!

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  2. Oh Liz, these are the most gorgeous selection of cards! Lots of inspiration for everyone with your blog. I received my Rose Garden Framelits last week, and have also had a lot of fun with them....now I feel I need to try this sweet, soft pink too!

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    1. Thanks Rachel, I'm sure you will have lots of fun with your thinlits. It does also look fabulous white on white! - but I sold that card before I could photograph it !

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  3. Your cards show off this framelits to perfection. Lovely.

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    1. thanks so much Julia, I imagine the rose thinlits will continue in the next catalogue? I certainly hope so.

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  4. Love the rose overlays in pink, Liz, & the pink thread & burlap look fabulous together. :)

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    1. Thanks Helen, yes I use a lot of embroidery thread in my work - it has a gorgeous lustre and it comes in the perfect shade for every colour.

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  5. Love your cards with the rose thinlits, Elizabeth. So elegant!

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  6. Oh my! Both designs are really unique and absolutely gorgeous! Love the burlap and colour scheme of the first and the circle background of the second.

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thanks so much for taking the time to comment. I really appreciate it, Liz