For you with love!

3:04 AM

Happy Fathers' Day! :D
Today I have.. not a very masculine card.. but a cute one! :)
I was super inspired by Ujjwal's Challenge on Yvonne's blog so I used my adhesive tape and die-cut the frame and finally gold embossed it!
Not a very neat attempt at embossing i think.. :)

Supplies:- CS: White; Embellishments: Butterflies {Itsy Bitsy}, Pearl; Others: Embroidery floss {red}, Silhouette SD;


I also wanted to participate in Anita dee's Challenge to make a window card with a sentiment.. The card she made is soo gorgeous!

Also, this card is.. in a lot of ways.. inspired by this card from Ujjwal dee.. thanks for the inspiration! :)
--- Happy Crafting! ---

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15 comments

  1. Awesome,is it hand stitching?great:))

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  2. This is so pretty! I am flattered that you were in some way inspired my me. You made my day girl!! And embossing a die-cut frame is a super cool idea! I love the hand stitching, the glitter butterfly and almost everything about the card!

    Thanks for playing along my challenge at Do More With Less!

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  3. this is just so beautiful love the window and how u have embossed it ,the butterfly and hand stitching is superb

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  4. great hand stitching........love your lovely creation

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  5. Just perfect! A real eye catcher. Thanks for playing in my challenge.

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  6. wonderful...fun use of the tape!

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  7. This is really cute !!

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  8. Beautiful window card :)

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  9. Gorgeous work girl!!!! Love the bold colours and the awesome effect!!!

    Thanks for playing along with my guest Ujjwal's challenge! :)

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  10. awesome card... love your stitching..

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  11. Awesome card ...fabulous stitching...loved the simplicity

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  12. Such a lovely butterfly and the aperture with embossing looks cool

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  13. very cute card. love the butterfly.

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  14. lovely and such a cute butterfly!

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