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A couple more Memory Box Aster cards…

Two cards today from the same dies but oriented differently…this one I used  the Stitched Aster Panel more like a frame and went horizontal so the words would fit. I really like this word die. lol

I die cut in Memory Box White notecards, colored everything with Copic Sketch Markers and mounted them to a Memory Box Chipboard notecard.

Oh, I cut more of each of the Stitched Aster Blooms die from white, colored them the same and layered them on top of the panel.

I die cut Wishing You Manuscript die three times, glued them together and adhered it in the center.

On the inside I die cut the Happy Birthday Friendship Script and layered it on a stitched rectangle

The heart was just laying on my desk leftover from Valentines Day I guess, so I stuck it on! hehe

Linking my card to the Seize the Birthday Challenge – Anything Goes

Die Cut Divas – May Flowers

This next card is back to the White Aster similar to what I posted on Tuesday.

I embossed a piece of kraft card-stock with Hobby Lobby’s woodgrain embossing folder, taped it to an A2 Memory Box white notecard then glued on  two die cut and colored Stitched Aster Panels keeping the frame to the center on both.  Kinda gives the impression of a gatefold card and it could easy be a gatefold, I just didn’t want to make it that because it’s too hard to get a picture of. Excuses, excuses, haha  Die cut some Stitched Aster Blooms to add more petals to the flowers.

I cut the Dazzling Dragonfly die from vellum and white card-stock.  I colored the vellum pieces on the back side with Copic Sketch Markers. For the body I taped the vellum over the white cut and glued it to the wings.

I added Nuvo drops to the little buds. I think that’s it for these two cards…holler if you have any questions.

Linking my card to Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesday May 2017 – put a little sunshine on your card

Die Cut Divas – May Flowers

Thanks for stopping by today. Enjoy the long weekend! ttul!

20 thoughts on “A couple more Memory Box Aster cards…

  1. Love the brilliant colors! So pretty!
    You’re so funny! What a neat ‘impression’ of a Gate Fold card. The Aster’s actually remind me of Daisy’s. Very pretty!

  2. Pam these are really wonderful and seeing your post helps me realize what I am drawn to the most. Bright and pure color and I love things on kraft paper I really find these cards very attractive!
    sandy xx

  3. Oh you are going to make me go and buy those asters aren’t you?? haha! This is SO pretty! I love the colorful ones and again the white are so lovely too! Beautiful cards!!

  4. Really do like what you have done with the asters! I can’t choose which one i like better but I am getting closer and closer to buying them. Today’s my birthday and I should buy them, don’t you think? ha haThanks again for your continued inspiration! Have a Happy Memorial Week-end!!

  5. Oh my these are just gorgeous, I love the colors you chose for the flowers in the first card, looks just like a full panel. Love the gatefold look of the second card too, you have me wanting this set now 🙂

  6. Dang, colored or white, those stitched asters look amazing! The second card sure does look like a gate fold. Could have fooled me. Love the fine wood grain embossing on the second card. On both cards you’ve demonstrated how the panels come together to make a perfect full card background. Love that!

  7. Both so pretty. Love the colors on the first one . But the design and white on the second are also gorgeous!

  8. Absolutely exquisite Pam – glorious colors and your amazing ability to combine these dies together!!

  9. Great cards Pam! I love the gate fold look you achieved with the frames. Genius! They look so springtime, and the dragonfly is a great touch! Beautiful!

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