Sunday, 7 April 2019

JOY OF SETS TIC TAC TOE CHALLENGE #JOSTTT004

Another new month and another new Grid challenge over at Joy of Sets Tic Tac Toe #JOSTGTT004.  Our grid this month has been chosen by Nicky Leighton.  

 I chose to do the top horizontal line for my card and keep it as pure white and green as I could.  I started off with a retired SU embossing folder with those gorgeous hearts.  The little flowers have been punched out using an old Martha Stewart flower punch and I added the inside details from a small flower die cut I had in my stash.  I added some white pearls and green pearl embellishments.  The heart was cut out with a stitched hear framelit.  The little stalks are just some SU Pear Pizazz card stock and the green ink is also Pear Pizazz.  The sentiment is from a retired SU set Build a Bouquet.  A touch of gorgeous Pear Pizazz ribbon and a little heart embellishment finishes off my card.  Now, if only I had a wedding to go to! 




Do pop along and visit the rest of the Design Team and may be leave them a comment - we look forward to seeing all your lovely creations and remember - we choose a Top 3 and a Winner to be out Guest Designer for the following month.

 

7 comments:

Jane Allmark Amethystarcrafting said...

Love that little bouquet withal the lovely dimension finished off with that little bow. Gorgeous card x

Sarah Keerie said...

I love your card Fiona, the bouquet is amazing.

Angie McKenzie said...

Absolutely love all the detail and love in this card, Fiona! The bouquet is gorgeous and the embossed “shower of love” for the background is brilliant! xx

Sarah Lloyd - Stamping with Love said...

Beautiful card Fiona, the falling hearts makes a gorgeous backdrop to your design x

Laura's Craft Closet said...

Great use of that embossing folder!! So beautiful with those flowers.

traighpapercrafting.wordpress.com said...

I love the way you've mixed products from so many different companies and come up with such a stunning card x

Andrea said...

This card is so amazing. I just love it, it looks so simple yet it obviously wasn't and must have taken time and patience to put together.