Friday, 11 March 2016

Apricot Wreath

Stamplorations CASeplorations March have this gorgeous card as inspiration
 

I stuck with the idea of a wreath and kept to the same shades of the flowers.
Here is my card. Previously I have done this in blue here.


I will also be entering this over at Simply less is moore where the challenge is 'Citrus colours' , Color throw down were the cue card is


and Split coast stampers Free 4 all 316 were it is 'Mellow Yellow"
 
Supplies:
Pattern: Pintrest
Thread: Apricot: Light: DMC 3824
                           Dark: DMC 3340
              Green: Anchor 704
Card stock: Salmon 200gsm
                   White 160gsm
Flat backed pearls 
Liquid Pearls in gold
 
(31 March)

11 comments:

  1. What a beautiful wreath and such beautiful colours, Glenda!!!! Really lovely!!!

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  2. How absolutely lovely and so original! Fantastic work!

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  3. Fab card, love your stitching !

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  4. Beautiful stitching on such a very pretty wreath. The flowers look really pretty in the citrussy colours. Your card is delightful.
    Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Less is More.
    Sharon xx

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  5. Fabulous sewing on this!! Great job CASEing - Thanks for joining in at CASEplorations~

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  6. Oh my goodness! What a beautiful wreath with such intricate stitching! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Color Throwdown!

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  7. Wowzers! What stunning and intricate flowers, how beautiful!
    Thanks so much for joining us this week
    Anne
    "Less is More"

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  8. I'm sorry, it looks like I missed visiting you last week!
    This is fabulous stitching yet again, I don't know how you keep your work so neat... difficult on card!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  9. Hi Glenda. Love your delicate stitching. What a beautiful CASE! Thanks for joining us at CASEplorations this month. Good Luck! :-)

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  10. Beautiful! (I wouldn't have the patience!) Thanks so much for CASEing Betsy's card and adding it to the CASEplorations gallery!

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