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An "Over the Top" Card

At DRS Designs this week we're using the HOT TREND of: 
Over the Top!

(stamp the greeting or a portion of it on top of your image or you can also have a die cut sentiment on top or use a vellum overlay!)

I stamped the DRS Designs Small 1 Line Happy Birthday Greeting over the Medium Daisy Bloom to create the flower for my card. I used the DRS Designs Scrip Font Background for my top bg panel and embossed the bottom panel with some crumb cake ink on the top part of my embossing folder.  A little layering was done on the flower (stamped it three times), added a bit of water color to the image, and then added a cute little SU! clear button and some twine.  Fun and quick. 


I love this challenge check out the cards by the other design team members HERE.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Loving this over the top card. Charming and graceful.

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  2. A gorgeous card Nancy, lovely colour tones and your flower is beautiful with the sentiment stamped on it.
    Pauline
    x

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  3. Beautiful card Nancy, I like the flower and the embossing
    Kevin xx

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  4. Gorgeous Nancy!! Love that embossing detail along the bottom!! :) You rock!!

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  5. This is adorable! Love the dimension you've given the flower and great color choice.

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  6. Nancy, what a beautiful card. And the sentiment on the flower is a very creative idea.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  7. Nancy, this is so pretty - I have not tried the ink on embossing folders yet, and you have really inspired me with this card - it's soft, striking and amazing all rolled together! hugs, de

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  8. Such a lovely design, the flowers gorgeous!
    Hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  9. How clever to used birthday paper to cut out your flowers! Awesome card!

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  10. Nancy, I really like this card and how you stamped the happy birthday greeting on the flowers and then fussy cut them. Very pretty and creative!!

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  11. Nancy, this is really pretty! I love the soft colors, and that flower is beautiful fussy cut and stacked with the button and twine! Lovely! Hugs!

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  12. Holy wow, Nancy, this is a show-stopper!! It literally took my breath away!! So pinning this striking card!! Enjoy your day!! Hugs, Darnell

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  13. This is a real beauty with all of the gorgeous embossing with color! I love the happy birthday flower too - how clever to add your sentiment there!

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