1/31/2012

CFC#37 ~ Bouquet of Love!

Hello! I have an early Valentine to share, something sweet and flowery. I decided to follow the cute sketch from the CAS-ual Fridays challenge this week.




I started with a card base made from a very soft pink paper from Lasting Impressions. I cut my square panel of red cardstock then layered on a piece of floral paper from The Girls Paperie. I topped this with a stamped tag using a fun corner stamp I've had for years by All Night Media. I colored this with Tombow markers and a touch of a glitter Gel pen for some sparkle. The sentiment is Impression Obsession. This fabulous floral tape is Martha Stewart.
I added the small piece of doily at the last second because I thought my panel was much smaller than the one in the sketch! 

That's it for now friend...easy peasy!! ~Lisa

26 comments:

Laurel said...

So pretty!

Michelle said...

Lisa, this is oh so sweet! Love the pretty papers!

Cyndie said...

Those are such cute papers, Lisa! And they go together so well. Great idea to do the banner in patterned paper--I like it!

Karen B. said...

A beautiful mix of colors, so soft, and so pretty with the touches of red!

Lisa said...

Love the soft pink base and that bit of doily! Nice touch for this pretty, feminine card :)

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Very pretty Lisa! That floral tape looks fabulous!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Oh, how pretty Lisa. Loveing the pretty floral patterns. The doily looks really nice behind the main panel. :o)

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

SOOOOOOOOO pretty! I love those papers, the doily, and that banner--FABULOUS!

Pauline said...

Gorgeous Lisa, I lov ethe papers, and the sweet doily! Beautiful!

Susan said...

Love that paper tape, it is a real eye-grabber! Very pretty!

Tracey McNeely said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous card Lisa, I love that MS paper tape and the little doily in the back. All lovely.

Meadie said...

Gorgeous card, I love your pretty colours, hugs x x

Marybeth said...

Love this and that MS tape you used is beautiful and looks perfect with this card. I love all the flowers makes me think its spring! Im glad you had a nice kinda warm day! I love my tombo makers, Judith showed me how to use them.(Stamps by Judith) And we all like a bit of glitter.
Have a good one.

joy said...

Such a sweet, feminine card, Lisa! Love that little piece of doily and the paper tape, too! Thanks for taking the time to comment on my blog. . so nice of you!

Rosanne said...

Such a pretty card!

Colleen Dietrich said...

LIsa, this is softly pretty! Love that bit of doily peeking out. It's a great time of year for using doilies...they always remind me of Valentines.

Karin (PeppermintPatty) said...

So sweet and pretty! LOVE it!

Marie said...

Goodness me, Lisa...this is just too too pretty. Love the MS tape and the last minute doily. Great color combo.

Laurie said...

Hi Lisa! This card is gorgeous! I love the colors and you worked out Laura's sketch beautifully! Thanks so much for playing along with CAS-ual Fridays!

Michele Gross said...

Wonderful job with the sketch! Thanks for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

Dana said...

I love the piece of doily sticking out on this gorgeous card. Your colors are so pretty together, and the MS tape looks great.
Thanks for joinging us at CAS-ual Fridays this week :)

~Tammy~ said...

This is just beautiful and I love that gorgeous tape! I think you have just enabled me so now I have to hunt this down.

Ally said...

Another beauty! ;-) I love the softness of this card, even with all the bright, lovely colors, it's still kind of soft. Maybe it's the doily in the background... ;-) I had a hard time wrapping my brain around the offset square in this sketch, but you make it look so easy and beautiful. Great job, again! ;-)

Virginia L. said...

Hi Lisa, your card is full of delightful colors and details! So glad that you play with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

Emily Keaton said...

So lovely, Lisa! Your colors are SO pretty, and I love the extra feminine touch that doily brings. :)

Vicky Hayes said...

I just love this Lisa! All the different elements work beautifully together.