Monday, September 1, 2014

Hussena's Inspiration

I have had a bit of a busy morning, so I am a little late getting this posted. I have just recently started following Hussena's blog, she does such pretty work and this card HERE I just loved how she used  embossing powder on the die frame, her background is amazing too but I wasn't that ambitious :)

Here is my version:

Spellbinders -- Decorative Labels 28, A2 scalloped Borders 2 and Asters & poppies colored w/inks and markers
My mind's eye -- Sweetest thing paper
Corner stickers that I colored with dark grey marker
David Tutera-- Celebrate sticker
Distress ink-- antique linen on sentiment

Hope you get a chance to check out her blog and some beautiful creations.

My hubby has to work today so no big plans, sure hope to get some more cardmaking done :)  Hope your all enjoying your long weekend.

Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to comment, I appreciate that!



Marie-Louise said...

Such a beautiful card Connie.

Katie Sims said...

This is just lovely, Connie! Those beautiful die cuts look so pretty and that glossy black frame really makes an impact to show off your awesome blooms! :)

Hussena said...

What a beautiful card, Connie. I love the way the frame looks against that soft pattern paper. Thank you so much for dropping by my blog and leaving me such encouraging comments :)

SarahGeorge said...

Very beautiful Connie! Husseena is a wonderful inspiration! :)

Stephanie said...

It's gorgeous, Connie! I love pink and black together - so elegant :)

Hugs to you!

Susan (rainy) said...

Oh that embossed frame looks amazing!! Beautiful card!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Gorgeous card Connie. Love that elegant embossed black frame. The flowers look lovely.

Linda Carson said...

Beautiful card! Love the simplicity and the stunning embossed frame!

Me, My Stamps and I said...

fabulous card!!!!!
how delicately designed!!!!

Leslie Miller said...

Your frame looks fabulous, Connie! Very thick, rich, glossy embossing. It really adds a lot of texture and sets off those pretty flowers beautifully.