Tuesday, August 12, 2014

City Crafter Challenge Blog Week 224 ~ Roses

This week at



Anna is our lovely host and she picked a lovely theme

Roses


this scribble die is my favorite right now, when you layered two of them, it looks like a rose


on top of that, I also used a rose print vellum paper for the background



I hope you come share your roses with us this week 

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we have a wonderful sponsor this week



“All Colour Envelopes are a family-run business based in Lewes, Sussex, who supply high quality envelopes and post bags in a huge variety of colours, textures and finishes. Perfect for both business and personal use, they offer a personalisation service to suit any colour scheme or campaign.”


and our guest this week is Dawn from France

Check out her work at City Crafter Challenge Blog and be inspired by the CCCB Designers



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Movie Night



Beautiful movie! Love it!






24 comments:

Sylvia said...

Such a wonderful card, Kirsty, love the red and green in a non Christmas card! Happy Tuesday!

Charlene said...

beautiful card Kirsty! I really love those roses and leaves! I'm glad that you posted about that movie...I was curious aqnd now I'll see it :-)

Lisette Baker said...

Gorgeous card Kirsty. I love that die (probably need that!) and the red and the pink together is fab.

Lynnda said...

OOO This card is so beautiful! Love the roses to bits!! Hugs x

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow wow wow!! This is gorgeous! I loveeeeeeee that flower!!! And glad you liked that movie ... it's on my must see list!!!!

Ros Crawford said...

Its so beautiful!

1CardCreator said...

Lovely card, I do love your roses too! You have totally inspired me to give this a try. ~Diane

Ira Huberts said...

I think it's a wonderful idea to put these die cuts on top of each other to create your lovely rose, Kirsty!
Ira’s Crea Corner

dawn said...

Hello Kirsty!! I'm finally here again, YAY!! So nice to have a temporary computer at home till I can fix mine. I have missed you and your gorgeous amazing cards and projects!!
WOW, this card is so pretty and what a fun way to make a rose, so pretty.
I peeked at your past posts and caught up too. Always amazing what you do with paper my friend.

Hope you are doing good, thanks so much for visiting me while my computer was down. So frustrating for me when that happens. We are enjoying this last week before kids start back on Monday. Hard to believe it came so fast. Now we get to have FALL, no rush but I do LOOOOVE it!
Take care and have a wonderful day. HUGS!

Tieva said...

The die is great! The rose works perfect on your card.
Gabi

Pat (mspfd) said...

Wow, this is spectacular! What a great flower!! That die is a must have.

Dawn Lancaster said...

Such a pretty card! Love those leaves! xx

Maria said...

So very pretty! Love all the roses and the gorgeous vellum background! And, thanks for the tip regarding the move!

alexandra s.m. said...

Gorgeous card Kirsty!

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE how the layered scribbles look like a rose! Really Pretty card! Fab challenge idea!

Tracy said...

How imaginative of you to use those scribble dies to make a flower. It's fun and different AND it looks fabulous! Hugs!

Manuela said...

beautiful card with all the roses
especially the scribble rose is wonderful.

Dawn said...

I love your rose die, so pretty. x

Audrey Pettit said...

Beautiful card, Kirsty! I absolutely adore the combo of the elegant vellum paper mixed with the funky scribble flower! Totally rocks!

Lynette Jacobs said...

I can understand why that die is your favorite...your card is so pretty xx

Greta said...

Terrific card, Kirsty! Thinking I may need that scribble die!

Pamellia Johnson said...

So pretty! I love the colours and the subtle texture on the background paper...wonderful! :)

Andie Miller said...

So pretty, Kirsty. That die cut always turns out and makes a great focal point on the card.

Stella said...

It;s beautiful; love the fragile but also modern look of the rose!