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Love in a Bottle

The Dilly Beans Challenge this week is Shades of Pink and Black (two of my favo colors together).


I used this fun heart/flower image called Posie Heart that was sent free with the Dilly Beans monthly update.

I layered the flower part of the heart three times and then covered it all with Modge Podge (one layer had Dazzling Diamonds of course). I did the same on the bottle template which came in the Spring Version of the Stamper's Sampler (I love that magazine - just discovered it but is it wonderful). I used SU! card stock, the Martha Stewart Hydrengea Punch, tons of Dazzling Diamonds from SU!, and lots and lots of Modge Podge.

This is also for the Greatimpressions Challenge which is Flowers...lots of flowers.

A little different cardshape, but I think it is so cool!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Terrific shape card and I love how you've arranged the flowers. Love your card.

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  2. What a fun card shape and I love how it turned out. I've never used Modge Podge but I bought some over the weekend and am going to try it out. So glad you could join us at Great Impressions Stamps!

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  3. I love the shape of this card, I like all the sparkle,the flowers and the heart.
    Kevin xx

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  4. Fabulous - thanks so much for joining us at Dilly Beans. :)

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  5. Oh is this every cute. It reminds me of my perfume bottle color and all. It must be filled with a mango, coconut, pineapple fragrance!!! No wonder the bees at work buzz me when I got to my car huh!!! So cute Nancy-the flowers are darling!

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  6. I love this :) reminds me of the drink me bottle from Alice in Wonderland! You should check out The Altered Alice Blog :)

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