Sue Butler did these incredible and sttuning shaped cards
working with my

Little Magic Girl CS ´s

Directly from her blog:
I have a little bit of Magic in my life; Precious (grand-daughter) Scarlett, who informs me that she is now 'half of three' in age!!!!.She has been a little poorly with Chicken Pox and I thought I would cheer her up by making her these gorgeous cards to give to her friends for their birthdays.
I made 4 scalloped cards on my cricut.
 I die-cut 2 'blossom' shapes from Spell-Binders;
One using painted card stock and the other for the images.
The Bg Patterned Paper is Prima; 'meadow lark collection.' 
Now sit back and scroll down and enjoy the close-ups.

My butterflys are from the Martha Stewart border punch, painted up and Kindy
glitz applied, all little girls like a bit of glitter, and Precious is no exception.
I used Parchment and fussy-cut the wings,  and popped them up for some dimension, it creates
movement that will be totally lost on this age group, but I had to do it to satisfy my own artistic expression.


  This looks sickly Green  but it is actually Yellow!
And horror of horrors I have just noticed the writing is upside down!
Oh well.....
And here is the fantastic collection taht she used:


And I also was working in a new Birds Collage Sheet
It called it
Vintage Birds Illustrations

Enjoy watching my sampler cards/bookmarks:

Card by Nicecrane Designs
I used here my new Vintage Birds  Illustrations
Alice Collage Sheet (Mabel Lucie Atwell)
Cathedral Labyrinths
Mixing origami , and decoupage on this card

And .....waht about creating fascinating boomarks?????

So,,,,you must get this amazing new bird collage sheet.


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