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SUO Challenges #130 - Cards for Friends

Hi there.  Welcome to addINKtive designs.  Today I'm sharing a card for the latest SUO Challenge; It's all about making a card for a friend.  My mum actually asked me to make a card for one of her good friends.  It had to be a little bit special seeing that the recipient is also a card maker and certainly appreciates the time and effort that goes into a handmade card!

This Flower Pot Easel Card is made from the largest Envelope Liners Framelits and is the third one in a series of three that I have recently made.


SUO #130 - A Card for a Friend

 
 Front View

 A Hidden Message Inside the Flower Pot

 
Side View

Project Recipe 
Stamp Sets:   Flower Shop, Kinda Eclectic, Six-Sided Sampler, Gift from the Garden, Hardwood
Ink:  Rich Razzleberry, Garden Green, Blackberry Bliss, Soft Suede 
Card Stock:  Soft Suede, Very Vanilla, Garden Green, Pink Pirouette
Accessories:   Punches - Pansy, Elegant Butterfly, Bitty Butterfly, Project Life Corner Punch
Dies - Floral Frames Collection, Envelope Liners Framelits 
Tea Lace Paper Doily, Dimensionals,  Typeset Specialty DSP, Stampin' Sponge

 Here's a round up of the three Flower Pot Easel Cards made from the Envelope Liners Framelits.


Thanks for stopping by,

Comments

SewPaperPaint said…
Oh wow, what an amazing card idea! Anyone would be happier after receiving these! Great cards!
Julie Gearinger said…
Wow, wow, wow!! All three cards are fantastic- love the design, the colors and the use of the framelits!! You are always such an inspiration to me with all of your 3D projects and I am sure that your Mother's friend will be absolutely thrilled!! Thanks for playing along with us at SUO Challenges- hugs to you, my friend!
Unknown said…
These are fantastic. The flower multiples are lovely, and the shading on your leaves adds so much life. Thanks for sharing.
WOW! Your card is AMAZING!
Julia said…
Absolutely divine cards - and so so beautiful to give to a friend!! The flowers look amazing! So glad you joined in the challenge at SUO so we can ALL enjoy your beautiful creations!!
Karen Barber said…
Totally awesome cards Bronwyn, TOTALLY AWESOME!!!
Mary Brown said…
WOW...AMAZING...FANTASTIC...AWESOME...and many other words to describe these! Thanks for joining the SUO challenge!
Connie Babbert said…
Like Julie said...wow, wow, WOW! Stunning cards with the masses of flowers! Any friend would LOVE to get one of these! Thanks for playing along with the SUO Challenge this time!

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