Monday, February 4, 2013

Spring Theme card for BBTB2 challenge

This week at BBTB2 DT Member Carole has challenged us to "Spring in the Air".  We are all to create a project with the Spring Theme.  I made a 6 x 6 easel card using Kaisercraft Secret Admirer paper.  The butterfly is cut from Art Philosophy at 5 inches.  I also used a MS Optic circle punch and Glimmer Mist dyed seam binding.  The flowers are from the Michaels dollar bin.  The Love  in the frame is from embellishment bag.  
Hope you enjoyed my project and that you will stop by all the other DT members blogs.  
I hope you will join us for the challenge this week and share your "Spring" creations with us by linking up at BBTB2.  Remember you must use a Cricut cartridge in your project.  Happy craftin! 

11 comments:

  1. Suzanne, this is so elegant. Wonderful papers and beautiful cuts.

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  2. Gorgeous, Suzanne! Love your take on the easel and the papers and colors are just beautiful. xxD

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  3. Spring has sprung on your wonderful card. The papers are awesome and I love those flowers.
    Carole

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  4. I love your card and the colors are just beautiful. I love butterflys. I havent seen an easel card like that.I wish you explained a little more how you made it.
    JoAnn

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  5. Love your beautiful butterfly card Suz! Nothing says spring like butterflies! Love those papers and the color combo. Your dyed ribbon matches perfectly! Love, love those flowers too!

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  6. Oh Suzanne, this easel card is STUNNING! The beautiful colors just take my breathe away! I love the layers and the beautiful flowers also. Seriously, this is just gorgeous!!!
    xx Susan

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  7. Love how you made an easel card using the butterfly! Your card is beautiful. How does it look folded down? Is it flat enough to mail?

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  8. Oh my this is wonderful. I just love Kaisercraft papers. I go to a crop over here that just uses there stuff.
    Sue

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  9. Suzanne your card is gorgeous. I love your butterfly and the DP you used and the fact you made the butterfly the easel part.
    Jayne x

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  10. Oh my goodness Suzanne...what a BEAUTIFUL card!!! So unique and pretty...a real work of art!!!

    hugs,
    Sarah

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