Monday, 8 April 2013

Spring has sprung!!

At least in card-land it has!!
I was asked to make a card for a lady with poor vision so I thought bright, colourful and with texture...

I was inspired by the flowerpot cards I'd seen on pinterest. The flowers are quite heavy so I made an easel card as I thought it would support them well.
The flowers are made using a variety of dies and patterned paper. The pot is a spellbinders die cut down and embossed with a trellis pattern.
Butterflies, gems and a cute little ladybird to finish...plenty to explore by touch.
Hope you like it...


  1. Hi Sarah . . . this is totally amazing. Love all your pretty flowers. Great easel card xxx

  2. Oooo your card is lovely and looks the way spring should look - so bright and colourful. I only hope the weather soon follows your good example !!!

  3. Oh wow she will just love this Sarah. So many gorgeous flowers and so colourful...I love it!

  4. WOW, absolutely GORGEOUS, Sarah!!! I LOVE the flowers and the butterflies!

    Hugs, Laura

  5. ooooooohhhh am so looking fwd to seeing so many pretty flowers like that outside.. your card is gorgeous & gives us hope of what we might possibly get... VERY soon ;) lol

    love n hugz Angie xXx

  6. what a beautiful bouquet! great idea to make the card an easel design - I'm sure this will be greatly enjoyed by the receiver!

  7. This is beautiful with all these bright, vivid colors...
    the blooms just pop right off the front.
    And brilliant that it's an easel card..
    let's those gorgeous show! :)

  8. This is gorgeous - a beautiful bouquet of flowers!


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