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Mother's Day Blog Hop for CASEing the Catty

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It's good to be back in the blog hop at CASEing the Catty this week!  It's been awhile since I've joined in and I'm really pleased that I had a bit of time to craft this week and to share the card that I have made for my mum for Mother's Day.  It's a Teacup Easel Card with an 'orchid'.

Inspiration came from page 34 of the Occasion's Catalogue

 

CTC 75 and #tgifc52 - Mother's Day


This card is constructed in a similar way to the one I designed in 2012.  You can view the detailed tutorial HERE and then follow the mini photo tutorial below to see how I adapted it for Stampin' Up! products and accessories only.

This SU Bundle is on the retiring list so get in quick before it's sells out!

 
($67.00 AUD)


I'm also linking up my card to TGIF Challenges as their theme is Mother's Day -


 

 Tea Cup Easel Card Mini Photo Tutorial

by Bronwyn Eastley 

 


The orchid was made from two Botanical Bloom's die cuts and the stem is from the Bouquet Bigz L Die - colour palette is Wisteria Wonder, Daffodil Delight and Garden Green.


 


 

 
Folds flat to pop inside a custom made envelope.

Thanks for hopping by!

You can hop back to Rachel Palmieri's blog or onto Kathryn Mangelsdorf -

http://stampinpals.blogspot.com/2016/04/mothers-day-ctc75.html      http://klm55.blogspot.com/2016/04/case-ing-catty-mothers-day-bloom-for.html

Did you know we host a monthy CTC Challenge?  You can link up your entry by clicking on the badge below.  It will take you to the April Link Up -
 
http://caseingthecatty.blogspot.com/2016/04/ctc73-botanical-gardens.html

Comments

Barb said…
Perfection! Love, love, love this Mother's Day card!!!! And thank you for the tutorial. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ
Rachel Palmieri said…
You always make such clever projects, and this one is no exception. Too clever!
Rebecca said…
I always love your 3d cards and this one is amazing!! I love the flowers!!
Monique said…
Beautiful card as always Bronwyn, I love the glimmer teaspoon and think it sets off the card perfectly.
Unknown said…
Beautiful card Bronwyn - and thank you for the step by step pictures! a great Mother's Day card for sure :) THanks for joining us at TGIF this week!
H2 :) said…
Another gorgeous easel card, Bron! The orchid bloom is very clever & I love the vintage vibe of the patterned teacup with the layered doilies. :)
Chloe said…
OMG Bronwyn, what a spectacular card!! It is literally a work of art!! Thank you so much for joining us at TGIF - Chlo x
Rochelle Blok said…
Oh WOW Bronwyn! What a fabulous card! Another amazing 3-D creation! Thanks for playing along at TGIF Challenges. Rochelle xo
Julia said…
Love the orchid - it look just gorgeous popped on top of the tea cup - a perfect card for Mothers Day!! Clever you!
Jennifer said…
Such a clever 3-D design! I love the soft purples and all the pretty layers. Thanks so much for sharing at TGIF challenges this week!

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