Another share for Everlasting Love and scarp cards

My last share for the Everlasting Love set by Graciellie Designs has been made from using scraps.
I have a scrap basket that is 6x8 and that is it. I don't save itsy bitsy things, and I don't do make ahead die cuts from scraps. I may have mentioned in a past post that this year I am going to focus on not buying anything I absolutely don't need.

Here is the Everlasting Love  set

Here is what I started this card with:

 Here is the finished card:

This card has a lot of layers but it is flat enough to easily mail and is 1oz. 
I used distress inks on the wings, fussy cut the roses, pulled the background and glittery framing paper from stash.

I realize this card might be a little gaudy for some taste, but that is okay, stretching our card making comfort zones is a good thing!

For my Gracielle Design Team series next month, I am going to give you some tips on using digital paper back grounds and good news you don't need photoshop!!  If space is what you are lacking, Digital stamping is wonderful - all you need is your device a printer and ink!
Here is a preview of the beautiful paper pack I am going to use!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have that everlasting Love in your life, first from the Lord and secondly from Garciellie Designs

The card was also entered in the  Loves to Scrap Challenge
Ginny M


Shelly Schmidt said…
Your card is just beautiful!!! Love your vibrant colors used.
Love your card Ginny - it looks really dimensional, and I love the colours!
Esther Asbury said…
Lovely card -- and to think it's made with scraps! I save scraps from my cards, and when the stash gets too big, I purge it and give a bag of "fun stuff" to a friend who's just getting started in cardmaking! She loves it!
BTW -- thanks for all the sweet comments you've left on my blog for WAW - they always make my day!
Heather said…
Beautiful!! And what a fabulous way to use up some beautiful scraps! Thanks for playing with LTSCB.

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