Thank You Meg!

By Taheerah | 31st August 2010 | 10 Comments

Hey everyone!
I’m back today with a card I created many months back for a sweet lady on the Papertrey Forum: Meghan. I actually did send this card to her months ago but never got to posting it on my blog! Meghan helped me out when I was after a US card mag. Not only did she buy me a copy and send it but she also didn’t want to be paid back! Such a super sweet girl, so I had to make her a super-sweet card to match!

I used Delightful Dahlia dies to cut out Pretty Pastels patterned paper then stamped the images from Delightful Dahlia onto them. I crumpled up the leaves and distressed with VintageTouch Tea Dye Duo to make them a bit more realistic and shaded the flowers with Copics.

The panel was created with the Giga Guidelines and Polka Dot Basics II Impression plates, with me doing a letterpress effect with the first using Sweet Blush ink, and using the reverse of the impression and inking up with VintageTouch Chamomile ink on the second. I die-cut a border using the ric-rac die before joining the panels together. Berry Sorbet Satin ribbon covers the join and then the knot was topped with a button and rhinestone. Sentiment is from Signature Greetings stamped onto Rustic Cream cardstock with Dark Chocolate ink and distressed.
I continued the theme inside with a sentiment from Big & Bold Wishes and more dahlias and leaves stamped with chamomile ink.
I know Meg loved her card and I’d love to know if you do too! Thanks for stopping by!

10 thoughts on “Thank You Meg!”

  1. Fabuuuuuuulous job, T! Love this card – so sweet and a fab layout to add! So much texture along with awesome paper piecing makes for an awesome card! No wonder Meg loved it!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

  2. Once again full of amazing elements and multiple stamps! You do beat all girl. This is just lovely. My favorite parts are the "knot bow" with button and gem and the double panel impressions. Too cool!

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