Monday, July 20, 2009

Tulip and Lace

When I was digging through a box of ribbon and fibers and things last week, I found this lace I had saved from a project several years ago. It was about time it got used!

I had an extra tulip that I had stamped while "practicing" for another card, so I cut it out and embossed it with an oval Nestability and matted it on a scalloped oval. The tulip is from Papertrey Ink's "Wishing You"' set, the ink is Versamagic Spring Pansy and Aloe Vera, the scalloped oval is Papertrey Ink's Plum Pudding cardstock, and the bottom layer is Certainly Celery cardstock from Stampin' Up!. The sentiment is a retired rub-on from Stampin' Up!.

Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope you'll come back and visit again soon!

7 comments:

bonnie32002 said...

Love the extra wide lace. Perfect use for it on this card!

Vicki said...

I've never thought of using a wide piece of lace like that. Very pretty! I need to dig through my stash.

Barb said...

Absolutely beautiful! What a great idea for the eyelet lace! You are the greatest when it comes to classy and simple!

Harriet Skelly (hskelly on SCS) said...

I just love this card Lynette - the lace and the color combo - just lovely!

Harriet Skelly said...
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Jeanette - said...

This is yet another gorgeous card Lynette! That lace is so beautiful and the tulip is perfect with it!

A. Sanborn said...

Wonderfully creative use of the
W-I-D-E lace, Lynette!

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