Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Say That Again lol!!!

Hi peeps and hope you are all OK today xx

It’s that time of the week when we catch up with the Papertake Weekly gang and this week our theme is

Repeat Repeat

and all we want you to do is to use a repeated design or words, or embellies.
Or you may have another interpretation – as always it’s up to you/

So what did I do then?

Well I went with a repeated design ie the die cut circles and also the layers in the flower.
And there’s also repeat pearls on there as well.

The papers are from LOTV Country Meadow and I just added random sized circles.
The sentiment is from the LOTV
Sentiments to Fit Scroll set – love this set.

 

The flower was made using Sir Tim’s tattered Florals die (I also used his Flourish and Leaf die as well ).
I used the same pattern throughout and added some of Mary’s gorgeous
White Tulle in the centre and a 14mm Acrylic Gems which I coloured.

I also used a couple of Crystal Trinket Pins.
I didn't colour these but they do colour beautifully if you needed them to match

 

 

I like how this one turned out : )

 

And that’s the old card done.

It’s a quickie today but if you get a sec, do nip over and check out the PTW cardage – it’s beautimous and there’s lots of different ideas for the challenge.

Till next time, have a fabby-tastic day and hugs to all xxx

6 comments:

Debra Kenworthy said...

Fabulous card Dawny! The die cut circles in co-ordinating papers look so pretty and the flower and pins are just lovely. A great card design. Debra x

Sharon said...

This is gorgeous Dawny. The papers look fabulous as does the flower embellishment.
Have a lovely week.
Hugs Sharon. x

Marjorie said...

Fabulous card Dawny.. I love your take on the challenge, gorgeous flower, and I love the circle design..
Hugs,
Marjorie x

Julie said...

fab card Dawny, simple but very effective design

Debs said...

Fabulous card - love the pretty papers and gorgeous flower.
Debs xx

Rebecca Bradshaw said...

So beautiful, I love your fabulous design with the circles! The layered flower looks gorgeous too.
Rebecca.