Friday, August 16, 2013

A New Love....

Yes, it's true, I have found a new love!
  Fred She Said has such beautiful images, stencils,papers, mask cut files and more. I am so glad that I came across her great store and she also has a blog where you can find lots of inspiration.

I used the sketch from The Sweet Stop which really lets the daisies shine.

I used 3 daisies from her set Dancing Daisies which has a corner image as well, keep an eye out for a future card. I merged one of them into Silhouette Cameo, copied and pasted 3 images and resized them for my layout, offset them to create a border, printed and cut, how fun! 

It was also a lot of fun coloring them with my Sprectrum Noir markers, can't wait to try these with Autumn colors, I can just see them in rich reds and oranges. The background paper was made by picking a color from one of their designer paper sets, those are yummy as well. I am telling you, you just can't stop looking at all of the goodness.

So glad I made the deadline at The Sweet Stop and also was able to share my new love, go check them out!
Have a happy day!


Cynthia said...

This is lovely, Patti. The calming colors and dimension of the flowers are perfect. Thanks for playing along with The Sweet Stop this week!

Pat said...

So lovely to see you posting Patti and with such a beautiful card, the flower image is gorgeous as are the colours and design.

Pat xx

Olga said...

you aced the sketch! Love the image you used!

Meggymay said...

This looks so elegant, love the colours and design.

Tracey Lynn 'Fred' Miller said...

Thanks so much Patti! I am glad you are having fun :) That is a gorgeous card. You might have sold me on my next machine. I need to figure out the whole print and cut thing. My current setup doesn't do print and cut all that great... always off kilter no matter how careful I am. The Silhouette does a bang up job!

Glenda Atkins said...

Loving the flower and the 3D effect! Very pretty card!

butterfly said...

Lovely elegant flower, and it looks great with the pop of dimension against the serene greens of the background.
Alison x