Victorian Flowers meets Paper Pad


Todays Sample is one using the Victorian Flowers cd which will always be a favourite of mine as there are some stunning images on there  – the flower has been decoupaged with many layers although it is hard to see the depth of it on the photo – but the flower screamed out for it

I have teamed the image up with same fabulous backing paper pads sheets as I wanted a garden feel for the card and the paper looked like a trellis effect on it and was prefect – I also used the calligraphy paper too – all mounted on mirri card & finished off with an organza ribbon and bead embellishments from a Sheenie envelope

Mounted on a base of Antique Gold Stardream card

Thanks for sharing in today`s card

Suzanne

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With the card below it`s hard to see the depth of it but it has 6 layers of decoupage on the topper

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4 thoughts on “Victorian Flowers meets Paper Pad

  1. This is beautiful Suzanne, I ordered this CD on Sunday for some reason I hadn’t got this one yet. The card finish is as usual super!!! Cathy xxxx

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