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Sunday, April 14, 2013

Digi Florals

I very seldom work with digi images, but after I saw this lovely card done by Leslie Miller, I knew I needed this image.  It could work for some many occasions.  I'm making this image into a Mother's Day card for my sale basket.

This image can be found on the Digital Two for Tuesday blog, and here is the link for this image.

After printing off the image, I then coloured it using copics.  I used a spellbinder die to cut it out - Grand Decorative Ovals One, then I layered it onto a Grand Oval cut from a piece of bazzill paper called Hazel - love this tone, it's kind of a bluish/green/gray.  The designer paper is a from Memory Box. 

Finished off with some yellow seam binding ribbon - to make this bow and bit fuller, I wrapped the ribbon around my bow maker 3 times.  I also added some glitter to the yellow flowers and added a few mini white pearls as well.

I'm quite pleased on how this turned out.  Thanks to Leslie for inspiring me!

See you again real soon,  



  1. That is lovely Pauline!! I'm scared of digis :)

  2. This is sooo lovely Pauline. You really made that digi shine. Totally elegant card. Hugs!

  3. Goodness, Pauline! This is so beautifully done. Delicate and sweet in the colors you chose. Love the paper and the oval mat and the pretty yellow bow. You'd never know this was an image from an 1896 catalog. You really freshened it up. Love Cora's blog and all she shares. I'm excited that you posted this. I'd love to see more!

  4. Gorgeous and beautiful floral image.

  5. Pauline, This is gorgeous. I love you color choices and how you frames the image.
    Cora from Digital Two for Tuesday