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Thursday, 24 October 2013

A Happy Hello - DTDF

Hello there, today I have a card to share that I made for the DTDF Blog. I have used the MFT Happy Hellos dies which I love. I must have picked the hardest one to use for the negative though! The little bits in those letters were very fiddly to pop up on 3D foam! I have also used one my favourite butterfly dies - the Memory Box Butterfly Delights die which is meant to be a border but those butterflies are so cute I like using them on their own.


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+ Tiny rhinestones from The Hobby House which are not on their website
 
Thank you so much for visiting me today. I really do appreciate it. **EDA: So honoured to say that this card was featured over at MFT Stamps as one of their Favourite Finds. You can see the post HERE. Thank you MFT!

14 comments :

Carole x said...

Really nice card well done with your popping up :) like the background colour too x

Sue said...

Absolutely stunning Michelle. A really effective design. I love the tiny butterflies too.
Sue xx

Amanda said...

Gorgeous card Michelle, I have that die but not tried using it yet. Hugs,Amanda x

Inge Groot said...

Gorgeous, totally love the clean and simple look of this card!

Cindy H. said...

Michelle, your card is so pretty! The butterflies are a beautiful addition.

Marlou McAlees said...

Stunning card Michelle :) I have these dies love them ♥

Jen said...

michelle this is stunning and i love the colour!!

Jen xxx

Amy Rohl said...

Your effort with the letters and foam was worth it, this card is perfect!

SmilynStef said...

Such a pretty card ... those tiny butterflies are the perfect touch.

Sharon said...

This card is absolutely beautiful. x

Helen J said...

I think I'd have been tempted to glue them on flat! Gorgeous card, though, so worth the effort.
Helen

KS said...

Stunning, really effective, lovely colour. x

aileen (mum) said...

Love the card Michelle. I love this look and it gives the illusion that you have clear stamped on the blue with the shadows cast bt the outline.

Jenny said...

Congrats on being featured over at the MFT blog...... this card is gorgeous :0)