It's time for another challenge over at As You Like It and this fortnight's theme is to showcase a project using your favourite shape of cardbase. This can be a square, but you must explain why it's your fave.
I nearly always use square cards, usually sometimes 6" but for more special cards I use a 7" square. I find square cards a lot easier to work with and can place embellishments more easily. I also like things to look symmetrical, but I must say this has made me realise I should be more adventurous with my shapes - so watch this space I might go mad and make a different one!
This was made for my sister-in-law's 50th. I made the 50 as small and discreet as possible because I don't think she likes being that age, but I just had to put it somewhere :) . As you can see I've used a chipboard window frame, which I painted, a small lace butterfly and a doily. The papers are from a First Edition christmas pad called Gilded Winter and the lovely pearl and gem embellies in the bottom left corner are from a Crafteezee collection from Noor Design. I stamped the sentiment in gold metallic onto vellum as I think that goes well with this type of card. The photo seems to have made the window look crooked but I can say it is definitely straight.
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If you'd like to pop over to As You Like It here you'll be able to see the rest of the projects made by my lovely team mates.
I would like to enter this into the following challenges:
Ribbon Girl - any Card
Fussy and Fancy Friday - Embellish It
Noor Design - Flowers
Creatalicious #112 - Add Flowers
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