Sunday, October 6, 2019

PP462 Grateful

Playing with the Woven Threads suite for Joanne's grateful themed card.
I used both the Woven Threads DSP along with the Heirloom Frame
dies and embossing folder.  I also used the Country Home stamp set
for the image and the sentiment.
I stamped the floral and container in Memento Tuxedo Black in
on white card stock and hand snipped it out.
  Hand snipping is not my fav thing to do.
I stamped the sentiment on white in Pretty Peacock ink and cut
it out with the Layering Oval dies plus added a Peacock oval behind.
I cut out the Heirloom oval and embossed in Rococo Rose card stock.
I added these all to the Woven Threads DSP and then a piece of white
and a Rose base.
I also wrapped the Woven Threads trim around and finished it up with
Pretty Peacock faceted dots.

Hope you can play along over at
Thanks for stopping by!

Stamp set: Country Home
Ink: Pretty Peacock, Memento Tuxedo Black
Stampin Blends-Pretty Peacock, Rococo Rose, Crumb Cake, Mint Macaron
Paper: Rococo Rose, Whisper White, Pretty Peacock
Layering Oval dies, Heirloom Frames dies and embossing folders,
In color faceted gems in pretty Peacock, Woven Threads trim


  1. Beautiful card of thanks! Love that tin of florals image!

  2. So pretty! I love that sentiment!

  3. This is one gorgeous card Windy - I love the way you used that large ornate oval frame to highlight the sentiment. I've just treated myself to these embossed frames so am thrilled that I already have a use for them with one of my favourite sets!

  4. Beautiful, Windy! It's such a perfect card for this challenge. I LOVE the frame!!!

  5. Windy, I love the embossed frame and the beautiful floral images! Such a pretty color combo, too! The sentiment is lovely! Have a great rest of the week! XX

  6. Windy, I love the embossed frame and all the texture you managed to achieve throughout your card. Love the florals, too. Hope you had a great week

  7. Windy, I love, love, LOVE that you paired the embossed frame with the Country Home set. The color combo is fabulous, as well. Wow!