It is time for another fabulous Mood Board and Challenge at Double D Challenge Blog. This is the second of the series of a month of flower challenges. We hope you will play along with us.
(July through December)
July Larkspur - Delphinium, or Water Lily
August - Poppy or Gladiolus
September - Aster or Morning Glory
October - Cosmos or Marigold
November - Chrysanthemum
December - Paper White Narcissus or Holly
For this challenge, I chose holly. The holly die die is from Memory Box I added a candle that I have had for years, but don't remember the manufacturer. The two dies were added to a Spellbinders oval and put in the center of one of my favorite Poppy Stamps which I like to pair with the Lawn Fawn scalloped frame.
We hope you will join us for this fun challenge and we hope to see lots of beautiful flowers. The team has some fabulous inspiration for you so check it out on Double D Challenge Blog.
I always love how you mix and match your dies to create such a beautiful outcome! That's amazing to me! This card is no exception! Love it!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card Kathy and a great combo of the dies!!ReplyDelete
This is beautiful Kathy! The candle looks like it was made for that holly and I love the scalloped oval frame. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous display of the candle and holly. I love this wonderful design. It could be for Christmas or also for other occasions in December.ReplyDelete
Beautiful, Kathy! Love the double frame using the scalloped edge and oval. The holly is perfect adorning the candle.ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful use of these dies ... gorgeous design! You are so smart ... love this!ReplyDelete
Your layering of many dies really makes a fantastic frame for your Christmas candle. You have such a knack for thatReplyDelete
The scalloped frame is perfect with the PS die, and I do love how you use that die. I haven't used mine nearly enough. It looks so pretty with your candle and the red peeking through.ReplyDelete
This is so pretty, and I love that you did a Christmas card. Inlaying is always a winner and that oval frame is DA BOMB!! Really stunning.ReplyDelete
Stunning design Kathy, I love the combination of dies on your card. Beautiful outcome as usual.ReplyDelete