Just For You!

This card started off as a castoff from another project (that you will see later this week) I was making a window card but cut the hole too big so rather than tossing the card I made this:

Stamps: About Art Accents, Paper K&Co, Other: SCAL + Cricut+ DB Dainty Swirl Font
Stamps: About Art Accents, Paper K&Co, Other: SCAL + Cricut+ DB Dainty Swirl Font

I cut the swirls with my cricut and SCAL software using the font DB Dainty Swirls, note this font is , well, dainty so you need to use a shadow of .50 to 1.00 to get a nice clean cut. The flowers were punched with an EK success punch and inked in turquoise ink. I used my homemade dew drops with a dusting of pearl-ex to top them off.

Here is a close up.
Here is a close up.
Free pattern at the Crocheted Sass blog!

The stamps I used are from About Art Accents,

and I stamped them on ivory cardstock with green chalk ink.

I found the pattern for the crochet butterfly on the Crocheted Sass blog, she has lots of nice patterns there. I used variegated thread and a size o hook to crochet it.

Here is a peek at the inside of the card, there is plenty of space around the focal image to write:

Stamp: About Art Accents, Paper K& Co.
Stamp: About Art Accents, Paper K& Co.

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

10 thoughts on “Just For You!

  1. LOVE those flourishes!!! I love the DB fonts, have you seen the new one DB Mulberry street? if you have it will you let me know how well it cut’s out. I hate buying them and then having them not cut well.

    love your coloring, and I can’t believe I still haven’t tried making my own dew drops, I NEED to do that! maybe when kids are back in school 🙂

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    1. Hi Julie, I am addicted to the dB fonts, every time scrapnfonts has a sale I always grab a few. I think with DB Mulberry Lane is adorable but due to the detail wouldn’t be the best for cutting, maybe it’d be OK with the shawdow, I Like DB Woodsy, lots of the same elements but they are solid and cut great;)

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  2. Hi Lindsay,

    I love the ribbon, the flourishes and the butterfluy is great.
    Did you have make this? Very nice.

    greetings from germany

    die hippe

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  3. Wow…beautiful Lindsay! Love the butterfly…and your dew drops are so perfect! How do you get them to be so round…I tried making some… but they didn’t look too good!

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    1. Hi Judit, The hardest things with the dew drops is to avoid hot glue strings. You can store the glue sticks in the freezer to help with this. I squeeze a tiny dab of glue and lift strait up twirling the gun a bit to get a round drop, I get a few weird ones now and then but most come out round;)

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