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Monday, 27 February 2017

Floral shutter cards

Good Morning all.  
Sorry I missed Saturdays upload, was down with a major migraine and then we lost electricity so made for a weekend best spent under the covers­čś×


So today im sharing 3 shutter cards ive made, all flower power as its always one of my favourite to make.   I was sent the shutter card blanks from a good friend and the mats, so the fun was finding stuff in my own stash to go with them. 




Navy card blank, beautiful navy and blue pattern paper from poundland, matted onto kraft card.  I found the peach/salmon paper in my stash which seemed to go well and brighten up the colour.  Die cut with Sue Wilson cornflower dies, i inked the edges, glued together and once dry fluffed up the petals to add dimension.  Tattered lace fern cut in pale blue card. Gem centres to finish.




close up of the flowers





So for this one, grey cardblank and the lovely grey/orange/turquoise check paper came with them, flowers die cut from various matching paper and white card, sizzix dies, little butterflies, grey pearl card used for the foliage.


Close up



Get well shutter.  So for this one the purple card was in the box and i found the pink pattern paper in my stash which matched well and toned in, matted onto white to break up the colour.  Flowers cut in white and inked with blue, blue pearl centres. Butterflies.  Foliage cut in mint green which matches the background of the paper. 

Close up. 


Items used:  Sue Wilson Cornflower die, Tattered lace Fern die, Memory box cross stitch rectangles, Sizzix flowers 658602, spellbinders romantic vines, sizzix butterflies 659971



Thank you for looking and popping by.  I hope you all have a good week. Emma 

18 comments:

  1. You open the week
    With shutter cards bright....
    A gorgeous display
    That brings delight.

    I open my eyes
    Each detail admire...
    Then shut them and dream
    Of all you inspire!

    Thank you again
    For pleasure today...
    It's stormy outside
    So I'll craft and play!


    Fabulous cards, Emma...but I expect it takes a bit of time to place the embellishments so that the cards close correctly! I love what you've made. Thank you for brightening a very wet and windy Monday morning. Hugs, Kathleen

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  2. Thank you Kathleen, that certainly brightens up the day, and yes placement so it still shuts/closes, ask me how i know that one! haha Emma x

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  3. Brilliant card shape Emma....lovely papers and flowers....Joolsx

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  4. Brilliant card shape Emma....lovely papers and flowers....Joolsx

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  5. They are stunning cards and embellishments
    Ginny x
    My Blog As I do Rodos

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  6. Great cards today Emma, great colours, and of course Kathleen's poem, says it all xx

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  7. Lovely cards emma great design and colour schemes.


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  8. Ooooo I love these, 2nd and 3rd colour ways then 1st, but they are all lovely! I love these shutter cards, on my wishlist for the future, so many shiny crafty things. They are stunning Emma :) Hope you're feeling better now, had one of them kind of weekends here. Hugs - Debs xxx

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  9. I just love these Emma, think the first one is my favourite though. Hope the "head" has gone now....and you are back above the covers !
    Pam x

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  10. Do love the dramatic colour combo in the first card but then they are all gorgeous! x

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  11. Wonderful cards Emma, love the colours and those gorgeous flowers

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  12. What a gorgeous set of shutter cards Emma, beautiful designs x

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  13. What a wonderful set of card designs Emma, sorry to hear about your power outage and migraine.

    Hugs Diane

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  14. Gorgeous cards..Love the colour of the get well card..worth being poorly to receive that!!!...Kidding...love it...Marilynh.x

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  15. beautiful cards Emma
    katex

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  16. Such a Gorgeous selection of cards and all so varied too.

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  17. Gorgeous selection of cards, love all the colours and flowers, beautiful. I'm running out of foliage die cuts so glad you put the Spellbinders die down, I will have a look about getting one. Kirsty x

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  18. Such gorgeous cards Emma, my favourite is the middle one....as I was so lucky to receive it for my birthday, thank you so much . Hugs Kathy and little man xx

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