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City Crafter # 199 and Dutch Card Lovers # 204

It rarely happens that I a make one card for 2 challenges. But this one did!

At the City Crafter challenge we're supposed to use flowers and lace:




At the Dutch Card Lovers challenge we're supposed to use lace and /or ribbon and /or buttons: 




I came up with a card in shades of grey which is the new white for me:). The flower is made with one of my favorite flower dies and includes a button. Lace is something I do not use as much as before but I think  it fits on this card




A card made for one of the upcoming wedding anniversaries:




Have a great day!

Stella


Supplies
Card from Action, white cardstock, white felt, PTI sentiment (mega mixed messages),heart border and flower die, button from Hema, wooden heart from Xenos. Sequins , hemp cord, and paper pad from a card kit  from "bij Oma Dee" (Amercian Crafts Cut & Paste), lace from my stash,Memento Tuxedo Black ink and EK Succes circle punches


Comments

Ros Crawford said…
Absolutely gorgeous!! I love these shades and I'm really loving your style... the flower is so pretty too ... Have a beautiful Sunday!
Lovely card! I really like the cluster of elements in the middle.
Irene said…
Heel verrassend en leuk Stella!

xx Irene
Sandra1968 said…
Wat een schitterende sjieke kaart, Stella! Heel erg mooi.

Groetjes, Sandra
~Tammy~ said…
Well lace, ribbon, and buttons are always up my alley! Love the neutral colors here!
Je@net said…
Een prachtige combinatie van beide challenges, Stella.
Wat een mooie kaart.
Nog een fijne zondagavond!
Margot said…
te gek kaartje! leuk dat kanten randje aan de bovenkant! bedankt voor het meedoen met de DCL!
Kelly said…
lovely card. I esp love all the different textures on there!
Paulien said…
Mooi grijs is niet lelijk whaha!! Heel leuk Stella! Die hartjes... I love it! X
Mona Pendleton said…
So pretty Stella! Love the delicate lace and beautiful blossom!
Andrea said…
Beautiful. I love the grey as grey is the new white for me too. You are so talented. I received your Christmas card. Once again beautiful. It was so nice to get something from you. Thanks for sending it my way. Hugs from Utah.
Heather Jensen said…
Love your neutral tones and pretty die cut trim. :)
Kirsty Vittetoe said…
Oh this is lovely Stella!!!!!!
Anna Rogalska said…
Beautiful and so elegant. Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!
Een heel mooie kleurstelling op je kaart! Het maakt het heel chique en elegant, maar dat komt ook door de opbouw, prachtige kaart!! Erg leuk dat je weer meedoet met DCL,Stella.
Audrey Pettit said…
Oh, how beautiful, Stella! Love the neutral color palette and the pretty design. I am crushing big time on gray lately, too, so it's fun to see you rocking it here. Love the heart border/lace up top and the strip of happy dots. Lovely cluster of circles, sequins, and flower, too!
Sid said…
I love your card design !!
Geri said…
Oh my...these neutrals look just gorgeous together, Stella!!! Love the addition of the bit of sparkle with the sequins, too! Absolutely beautiful card! I'm behind...so sorry...I know there's at least one Festive Friday card of yours I need to see...I'll get there!!!!!!!!
Ira Huberts said…
Ik denk dat we maar weer opnieuw moeten gaan trouwen, ha ha ha! Wat passen deze papiertjes toch weer geweldig bij elkaar, mooi die cirkelversiering in het midden met die fijne pailletjes. Gaaf!! Liefs, Ira xox
Ira’s Crea Corner
Charlene said…
Beautiful card!!! Thanks for playing this week at CCCB :-)
Sue Lelli said…
GORGEOUS, Stella! LOVE the gray and the felt hearts and the tiny wood heart and the sequins! STUNNING!
miriam said…
schitterende kaart ,mooi geheel zo
bedankt voor je deelname aan DCL
gr miriam
Een mooi sjiek kaartje. Leuk dat je meedoet met de DCL.
Anja (scrappie) said…
Raar ik dacht dat ik al gereageerd had maar zie het niet staan een prachtige kaart Stella en leuk dat je meedoet bij DCL.
If I could wrap myself in a cashmere robe made in these muted neutral tones, I'd be one contented woman! I LOVE this shade of gray / light brown. Seems like my favorite colors are ones that don't have a name...they look like many colors rolled into one, or that they look different depending on the light. Your card is sumptuous, my dear!