Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Elegant Lace

Today I'm showcasing another piece of the caulk lace I've been making of late (tutorial post here). Isn't it just gorgeous! With something that lovely you hardly need to add anything to it to make an elegant card!

Supplies and Tools:
Victoria Embossing Folder (Cuttlebug-Provo Craft), Caulk Lace, Paper Blossom Punch, Frond/Branch Punch (Martha Stewart), Lace, Pearls,  Framelits 3D Drop Ins (Sizzix), Black/White/Coral Cardstock, Abandoned Coral Distress Ink (Tim Holtz)

This post linked to:
Shopping Our Stash - Punches or Dies (I used punches to make my flower)
City Crafter Challenge - Case This Card (I used the sketch)
4 Crafty Chicks - Flowers
Really Reasonable Ribbon - Ribbon, Lace, Trim with Flowers


Donna said...

Gorgeous card Esther! I love the lace that you've made...just stunning!
Thanks for joining the SHOPPING OUR STASH crew for our Punches and Dies challenge!

Stella said...

Such a gorgeous case of Ros'card. I really love that flower; wow! Thanks so much for joining us at CCCB!

Leanne said...

Great card, love the black with the flower, so pretty, thanks for sharing with us at 4 Crafty Chicks.

Leanne DT/4CC

Marina said...

The lace is lovely on this elegant card. Thanks for joining in at City Crafter.

laurie said...

That lace is gorgeous! How beautiful!

Christine said...

Your lace is ever so pretty and makes such a striking statement against the black background! So glad you joined the challenge at Four Crafty Chicks this week.
Guest DT

Conniecrafter said...

that calk is just lovely and so perfect against the black, love your flower with the touch of lace also!! I love the color of your flower!

Mimi said...

That caulk lace... looks so dang cool! Love your color choice for this card. Thanks for sharing your talent at Shopping Our Stash faithfully!

Ros Crawford said...

What a lovely card this is! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

Karen Letchworth said...

The lace is so lovely with the flower. Thanks for sharing this in our Flowers Challenge, Esther.
Have a blessed day,
Really Reasonable Ribbon