Saturday, 10 October 2015

DT Card for # 45: Recycle something not normally used on a card

Hi everyone, over at Crafting with Dragonflies is another new Challenge starting, this time it's CG's turn and she chose: Recycle something not normally used on a card.

So I didn't really have anything, and I was late putting on my card, because I had one of the moments where I just could not find anything....until I walked into my garden and checked out my plants, very pleased to say my Vanilla Orchid is actually flowering, small mauve ones, so cute. And there was my husband sweeping up all the leaves from all over the place and this little gorgeous gum leaf stuck out. So I used it, insect holes and all, on the card..hope you like it.
I also used an assortment of leaf die cuts to give him some company, lol. Papers and everything else from my stash.


Blessings Hilde

I am also entering this card into the following challenges;

Simply Papercraft #15: Anything goes
Crafting with friends # 8: Anything goes
Crafting from the Heart #80: Anything goes
Creative Fingers #95: Anything Goes
Fussy n Fancy # 149: Autumn Colours
 Penny's Papercraft#248: Anything goes

5 comments:

  1. Well what a great idea Hilde. Wouldn't of thought of that one.....love it. Like the idea of keeping it company with the leaf die cuts too. A great layout by the way. Hope we get lots of entries at Crafting with Dragonflies. Take care Wynn xx

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  2. Great card and fab idea using the leaf as your main focal point.thank you for sharing with us in our challenge at Penny's Paper Crafty and we would love to see you again. Jennifer DT member xx

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  3. Lovely idea of using the leaf. Thanks for joining in at Crafty Cardmakers and More.
    Mary

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  4. A stunning creation with gorgeous colours and details - thank you for joining us this time at Penny's Paper-Crafty and good luck - Michelle x

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  5. This is a beautiful card, and I love your recycling idea!! Thanks for joining us at Creative Fingers this time around, and hope to see your work again soon :)
    Susan

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