Saturday, June 4, 2016

Feminine Going Places

Hello Stampers - today we are going to make a feminine Going Places card.

Well it was an interesting day yesterday.  We went over and registered Zoie for Kindergarten.   How did we go from this



to this?


FYI - she has her own fashion sense and there is no changing her mind!

It just seems like it was yesterday that I witnessed her birth!  Now she is starting a new chapter in her life.  Life is going too fast and I so wish I could slow it down!

I did manage to get my walk in.  I went earlier than I usually do as the weather had rain moving in.  I ended up walking the last half of my walk in the rain but at least I got it in.

Today I am sharing another card I made using the Going Places ds paper.  This paper is designed to be masculine, but today I show you how you can use it for a feminine card.

I began with the green grid paper and cut it to card front size.  I attached it to a Very Vanilla card base.  Now it was time for embellishing!  I pulled out my Botanical Builder framelits and cut out some flowers and leaf sprays.  I also punch some of my favorite flowers using my itty bitty flower punch.  I sponged all the edges of the flowers and then started layering them.  When I had my flowers assembled, I decided on the placement on my card front.  I attached the leaf sprays to the large flower and then added the flowers to my card base.  It was a little bare so I decided to add a sentiment.  To add some interest to the sentiment layer, I punched the ends using the Curvy Corner Trio punch.  It  was added to my card base with dimensionals.  To finish off the sentiment I add another of those adorable little flowers.  The final task is to add my rhinestones.  Here is what my completed card looks like.



inside of card and envelope


Stampin' Up supplies used to create my card



Thanks for visiting me today.  I am headed to a graduation party today.  What fun plans do you have?  Have a Super Saturday and what Feminine Going Places card could you create?

Robbie

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