Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Diecut Divas April Challenge

Its a new challenge at Diecut Divas which means a new theme and a new sponsor. Our sponsor this month is Hero Arts and our theme is In the Garden, so get inspired by anything in your garden, flowers, bugs, birds or if its my garden it would be weeds. Here is my project showcasing a Hero Arts and Sizzix stamp and framelits set.

Diecut Divas In the Garden, Hero Arts and Sizzix Framelets Floral

Card Ingredients:

Card Stock: Quill white card stock made into a top folding A2 card.
Stamps: Hero Arts and Sizzix Framelets floral, Quietfire Designs ten tiny tag sentiments.
Ink: Memento sweet plum ink, perfect pearls ink and powder in grape fizz and forever green.
Dies:Spellbinders mega oval large, Couture Creations scalloped circles, Tim Holtz/Ranger embossing diffuser, Cuttlebug victoria embossing folder.
Other: Kaisercraft organza purple ribbon,small purple gems.

Challenge List:


  1. Beautiful Spring Card! I love the embossing, the flower and gorgeous bow! Thanks for sharing with us at Cards in Envy!

    Sandy’s Crafty Creations Blog

  2. Just a note to let you know you were a winner last Saturday at SAS4Kids. Check it out here: and use the contact feature on the side of the blog so I can get you in touch with the sponsor.

  3. I just had to stop by from Die Cut Divas to let you know how much I like this card - lovely layout and great coloring of the flower.

  4. Absolutely beautiful!

    Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and More!

  5. Beautiful card Cathie. I love your bow! Thank you so much for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this fortnight. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.

    Qinaahana Arts and Crafts {My Blog}

  6. Nice card! Thanks for joinng us at Crafty Cardmakers !
    Good luck!

  7. Beautiful embossing and layout. Love the ribbon at the top.

  8. What a pretty car card ,le the em passing and your pretty bow
    Thanks for joining us at CraftDeeBowz and good luck
    Tracey x

  9. I love your embossed panel with the "diffused" center. It really sets off your flower beautifully!