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Freshly Made Spice Cake

Here's a card I made especially for the latest challenge at Freshly Made Sketches -


Freshly Made Spice Cake

I hope the leaf flourish is okay for the 'square' section of the sketch as I did not want to cover up the woven panel.


Here's the sketch -

It's been so nice to take some time out to craft before the rush to write end of year reports, go to presentations nights, son's graduation, organise the finer details for daughter's leaver's dinner, all of which are fast approaching! So I'm crafting while I still have a small window of opportunity.


Project Recipe:
Stamps: Spiced Paisley (SU December Release), It's Your Day
Ink: Chocolate Chip, More Mustard
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, More Mustard, Pear Pizzazz
Accessories: Blossom Party Die, Spice Cake DSP (SU December Release), 1/2" Circle Punch, Dimensionals, Victoria Crochet Trim, Pool Party Ruffled Ribbon, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch, Leaf Flourish Die (Marieanne Creatables) and ...
... this amazing die called Wittle Weaver from Cheery Lyn Designs -

This cuts and embosses and makes it so easy to weave ribbon etc. to form a lovely background.



PS: (22/11/11) Thanks to Cindy Hall and the girls at Freshly Made Sketches for this award -



Thanks for stopping by,

Comments

Christine Blain said…
Absolutely GORGEOUS!!!
Lauri said…
Great interpretation of the sketch; I cannot get too much of this DSP ! Lovely how you combined the flower with it! Thanks for joining Freshly Made Sketches this week.
Linda Callahan said…
Wow I love your woven panel! The leaf flowing across it is perfect! Beautiful card!
Christy Q said…
Such a fantastic woven panel with the paper and ribbon. Love that effect! Thanks for playing along with Freshly Made Sketches this week!
Patrice said…
It's lovely to see you crafting so much lately. This little project is gorgeous. Love the weaving!
Tui Nathan said…
What a great card Bron, I love the weaved panel with those beautiful ribbons and paper - a really nice little showcase ... but I think the showstopper is that gorgeous daisy ... I think I have a thing for 3d flowers at the moment (yeah, I think I missed the boat earlier on, and am just catching up now), but seriously, this is great and I love it!
So glad you could join us again at Freshly Made Sketches!!!
That weave is so pretty! And I love the layered flower with the flourish! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!
Unknown said…
Just beautiful, Bronwyn.
Love that Spice Cake DSP.
Cindy Hall said…
Wow! I love the weaving, and the flower! Great job! Thanks for playing with us at Freshly Made Sketches.
Jen Timko said…
That weaving is amazing! I love it with the beautiful DSP. You have accented it perfectly. So glad you joined us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!
Lesley said…
This is just lovely! That daisy is so fresh and pretty! Love the weaving too...amazing! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!
Laura Love said…
This is beautiful! I love the woven panel and the flower with leaves is the perfect touch!
Very beautiful Bronwyn. I love the weaving!
Anonymous said…
Love the card Bronwyn, and have cased it if that is ok and linked back to you.

I love the weaving with the paper and the ribbon and it looks so good!!

Thanks for sharing :-)

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