Kylie Bertucci's Go For Greece Blog Hop


Hi there and welcome to my blog.
I am very fortunate be part of Kylie Bertucci's  'Go For Greece' training group. This is our second hop together. The first was a great success with many beautiful projects shared.  I hope that this blog hop gives you lots of inspiration and encourages you to grab a stamp set you haven't used for a while and start creating. 
 There is no theme for this hop just to design a project using current products.
My upline recently created a bridge fold card using new products as a display stamped for OnStage. She was kind enough to share the measurements with me and I have adapted them to suit the card I wanted to make. 



I love the three dimensional aspect of this card and the fact that it will fold flat for posting. 
I have used Garden Green for my card base with whisper white and wood textures designer series paper for layering. My orchids are stamped in lemon lime twist with berry burst stamped off then full strength for the middle of the flowers. The berry burst pots were spritzed with water then  embossed with the basket embossing shape from the picnic basket bundle, then fussy cut into the pot shape.
Thanks for stopping by today. 
Be sure to click on the next name to continue the hop 💖









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11 comments:

  1. This is absolutely gorgeous. I have this bundle and you have inspired me to use it. It looks fabulous with that wood texture paper too. xx

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  2. Simply beautiful!

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  3. Very pretty Shelly....am loving those orchids

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  4. Love Orchids. I've never thought of that colour combination! Love it!!!

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  5. Stunning, Shelly! Oh my goodness!

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  6. Gorgeous card Shelly. Love the orchids in pots. Very cool.

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  7. Oh WOW Shelley, this is stunningly beautiful. Thanks for the inspiration

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  8. I thought I had followed just about every SU blog but thanks to Kylie's blog hop, I found your blog and a few others I had missed. This card is absolutely exquisite. I love every single detail. I cannot wait to have my cataract surgery behind me so I can see well enough to really make some cards. Everything is just too blurry now. Thank you for the magnificent inspiration.

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    1. Hi Nancy. Thank you so much for your lovely comments. i am thrilled that you love my card and will follow my blog. I hope your cataract surgery happens soon so you can make cards. Take care x

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