From Paris with love

Here is a card I made a while ago. Well, not a card per se, but close enough! And it sure is about time I get it posted on here! I made it following a tutorial on the Noor Design blog, the UK version. If you wish to have a go yourself, you can find the tutorial here. It was definitely a challenge, and I have not attempted another one again yet, but I am sure I will!

The image is pre-coloured and by Wild Rose Studio. All the flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts (as always). The paper (and doily I believe) are by Papermania. The punches are by Martha Stewart, whereas all the border dies and matching butterflies are all by Noor Design. Lastly the sentiment stamp is by Lili of the Valley, and the lace and ribbon from a local shop. I used pearl strings to make bodies for the butterflies, from Kaiser Kraft.


Here are two more photos showing the two sides better.

card317_1  card317_3

This card has been entered into the following challenges:

Noor Design – May Flowers
Simon Says Stamp – Anything goes
Tuesday Throwdown – Anything goes

5 thoughts on “From Paris with love

  1. quilterlin says:

    WOW, what a beauty, definitely a special card, sure to be treasured! Thanks for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  2. Shelly Schmidt says:

    A work of love for sure! Love the images and the dies and the pretty butterflies and pearl centers. Wow- amazing! Thanks so much for joining the Tuesday Throwdown AG challenge!

  3. Debi says:

    Here’s my question… how do you close it? It is too marvelous for words. Thanks for the link to the instructions. And thanks for sharing with us at Tuesday Throwdown Challenge. Good luck.
    Debi TT DT

    • Liz says:

      I am very sorry about the late reply, between work and travelling I’ve not been around much at all!

      Like I wrote on the post, it’s not quite a card. You can fold the right side (the one with the image) over the the rest though, but it’ll be about 4cm thick 🙂

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