Monday, March 22, 2010

Fluffy Softness

Flower Soft is introducing new recipe card toppers today so I wanted to show off a card using one of them.
Mine is from the Recipes for Family set, the "Recipe for a Sister" topper. These toppers are pre-colored so they are ready to use "as is". I cut mine up a bit to give it some extra interest. Plus, I used the Card Patterns sketch #56 for my layout. The colors also go along with the Play Date Cafe color challenge. I feel in love with their wonderful spring-like color combo.
The card base is from the new GemStone Core'dinations cardstock. It has a wonderful gleem to it and it embosses so nicely. I used pink Flower Soft on the teddy bear's dress and hair ribbon.
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I gotta share a photo too. This is from our little walk around the neighborhood the other day with our youngest grandson. Just like a typical little boy, he loves to find treasures.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)
RECIPE FOR A SISTER card
Materials list:
Recipe card – Flower Soft
Pink Flower Soft
Cardstock – Gemstone/Core’dinations
Patterned paper – We R Memory Keepers
Cuttlebug embossing plate – Provo Craft
Self adhesive rhinestones – Queen & Co.
Corner rounder punch – Fiskars
3D Foam squares – Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
Sandpaper

14 comments:

Shemaine Smith said...

Oh my! What a cute card and little boy!

Marlene said...

Adorable card! Looks like you put a ton of effort into it - so many cute little details. Love the flower soft accents.

Adorable little guy, too. :)

Shanna said...

Holey wow Linda! This card is ADORRRRRABLE!!! Love it!

Kathy said...

So precious..makes me want to curl up and read a book. Love your coloring and the details.

Lynn said...

precious kidlet. miss mine. love the card and the textures on it just rock. yum.

dstandard said...

Oh Linda - love the card - just adorable and I used the same piece of Gemstones myself today! Thanks for joining us at Card Patterns! And as always your little grandson is adorable!

Karen B. said...

You can do some amazing things with flower soft! And your grandson, adorable! I bet you treasure that "flower" for at least a little while.

Stacey Schafer said...

aaawwww.. how cute! (the little guy and your card...LOL:)

Cheryl Nelson said...

Sweet as sweet can be...both your card and your grandson!!

Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Sweet card.

Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Thanku Linda for visiting my blog.

Debbie said...

Cute card. And your grandson looks so tall and grown up in that photo

Deanna said...

How cute!. The card is very nice also--giggle. Thanks for sharing! Deanna

Michelle Gotoh Bertuzzi said...

Oh Linda this is so sweet! Love that image and how you changed the circle shape into a square. Very beautiful card!