Elegant Edges meets Cindy Loo !

This is a quick card I made this morning, I’m feeling much braver with the Imagine, and starting to think that this machine will actually stay with me !! (still have my fingers crossed)

I cut the frame and its corresponding blackout image with Elegant Edges, using 2 contrasting papers from Nursery Tails, both at 5.5″. Between these 2 layers I sandwiched the Doily5 from Cindy Loo cartridge, cut at 5″ and printed with the same paler Nursery Tails paper as before.  Before attaching them all together I very very lightly highlighted the doily with Tim Holtz Victorian Velvet distress ink, just to highlight the swirls ever so slightly to make them po against the background.
The greeting tags were cut from the new Cuttlebug Plus, embossed tags die, and again I just softened the edges with the victorian velvet ink. The three flowers were cut with the mothers Day Bouquet Cartridge, in the flat co-ordinating colours from Nursery Tails.

I think what I have concluded from this and by last post, is that I really must get myself a couple of patterned Imagine cartridges, otherwise all my cards will have a very familiar recurring theme. That has made me giggle !!


  • Crafting Katie

    Wow! This card is gorgeous! Your mix of cartridges is perfect, and I love those embossed tags. Thanks for playing along with the Creative Critterz Imaginations Easter Challenge!

  • Edna

    So very Beautiful, luve the mix of cartridges and the embossing is a perfect touch, thank you for playing along with us at Creative Critterz Imagination Easter Challenge:)