Monday, June 18, 2012

My Minds Eye w/ eyelets...

   Hello to all my blogging buddies out there ;)   I hope you are having a great start to your week.
  It's challenge day over at Made Especially for You and I have a card to show you!!

A.C. Moore had these MME stacks on sale and I couldn't resist getting some of them. I loved the colors in this one and wanted to do a card with a kind of shabby chic flair to it. I decided to use the page with the birdcage on it and then I cut out another birdcage and pop dotted it on top of the first one. Then I tried making some rolled flowers, I think they turned out pretty well for a first timer hehe.
Then I added some pearls , a feather , and of course 3 eyelets.

Which brings me to our challenge for this week. Use 3 eyelets , simple enough ...right??
So get out your eyelets  and make a card to enter in the challenge and you could win
a set of stamps from Whimsical Designs -

What a fantastic prize!!   Can't wait to see your entry.
Thanks for stopping by


abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

This is beautiful! Love the flowers and bling!

jessica said...

this is beautiful Robin!! love the papers!!

Susie Craft Happy! said...

Lovely card Robin! So pretty!

Laura said...

so pretty and delicate looking, great job!

Norma said...

Hi Robin:) Lovely card and that bird cage it so cute. Love the pearls by the lovely flowers!!

Yoshira aka cricutalltime said...

Gorgeous the rolled flowers and feathers.Love the bird cage.

Annie Anya said...

Robyn this is the feather and bling. I have tried to find feathers in our store but Nothing.....they certainly make the card attractive.Thanks for your sweet words on my annie...australia xx

Georgiana said...

Very pretty! Loved your rolled flowers.

Stay Creative,
Carson's Creations

Lisa said...

This is so beautiful, Robin!! I love the pretty MME papers!! The flowers are gorgeous :)

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Luisa said...

thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving such a sweet comment Robyn.
Love this card and the way you incorporate the eyelets. I don't use eyelets much, but I do have a few. I may give them a try in a card following your inspiration... TFS