Monday, 3 March 2014

Imagine That!

Because I played along last month in the progressive challenge, I received
'Kitty in flowers'

I decided to make an easel card and use the pre-coloured images as they are so pretty!
I matted each element onto purple cardstock, some of which I had cut using nesting dies.

I added lots of bling and the huge flower I found early last year 
in the Dubai Naiff Street Souq.

Hope you like it!

I am going to link this to

Happy Crafting!


  1. This is a beautiful and colorful easelcard. Thank you so much for sharing at Sweet Pea Stampers. We wish you good luck and we hope to see you again. Sylvia, DT-member

  2. What a Fab card!! Thanks so much for joining in at Sweet pea Stampers . good Luck . Sue x

  3. Very lovely, Susan. The image is adorable and I love the bright colors.

    Thanks for joining us at the Sweet Pea Stampers.


  4. Super colours. Thanks for sharing your lovely card for the Sweet Pea Stampers 'easel card' challenge - hope to see you again soon, Hazel, DT x

  5. OH this is so cool Susan!! LOVE easels, and with the main image offset a bit and a big flower and all your gems --- so cute! Thank you so much for playing at Imagine That! Progressive challenge this month *Ü* xxKris

  6. Thanks for joining us this month at Imagine That, I do love the image, super card love the 3d flower. Hugs txx

  7. What a sweet card! I love how you have used lots of elements from this set on the same card. Cute, cute, cute! This kitty is super cute, isn't it? Thanks for joining us this month at Imagine That! Hope to see you back next month!


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