Monday, August 29, 2011

Lori's Garden Birthday Card

We're back to the time of year when we have bunches of birthdays in our family and friends.  So it's time to get started on them.  I made this card using the Lori's Garden cartridge.  This is one of my favorite Imagine cartridges.  
 I edge punched one edge of pink cardstock with the Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace Edge Punch.  Adhere to card base. The frame is from the Icon section of the Lori's Garden handbook on page 33. I cut 2 of these. The top layer flower swag is on page 13.  After putting white cardstock behind one frame, I adhered it to the card base.  I used foam adhesives to attach the second frame and flowers to give dimension. 

This is a side view showing the layers.

This is the inside of the card.  I used the same MS punch to decorate the edges of the message label.  

Thank you for visiting and for your comments.  God Bless You!!! Peggy


  1. So beautiful! I love how you did the 3D frame! That's one of my favorite styles to do! It's just gorgeous!!!

  2. This card is just gorgeous!!! I have that cart but I don't think I would have ever come up with something this beautiful!!!

  3. Beautiful! So delicate and lovely!

  4. What a beautiful card. I have this cart but have never used it. Got to get busy!!! One final comment, I am so very happy that I discovered your blog. Don't know how I could have missed it for so long. Thanks so much, Karen

  5. Beautiful card...LOVE the way you did the inside (I tend to struggle with this part)!!! Congrats on your blog award; you're very deserving!

  6. You out did yourself on this one, Mom!! Positively gorgeous!!! Love you, Donna!


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