Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Quilled Bouquet of Tulips Trifold Card

Happy Tuesday! I am here to share with you my card for the new Tuesday Alchemy challenge this week--it's Bingo! You may remember Marion, a DT and also last week's sponsor, from stopping by our blogs; she was awesome enough to make up this BINGO chart for the theme this week:
Do you know how to get BINGO? Just chose a row or column/diagonal works too and make sure to do all 3 things on your project. If you're feeling a bit stuck, I would suggest purposely using up the "Your choice" star as I have done below. ;)

This card will be given to a couple on their wedding day in Sept. I went down the middle: flowers, glitter, dry embossing. Do you spot where I did the dry embossing and glitter?

It's a trifold card that is being held together by this blue satin ribbon/belly band. The inside is decorated with pattern paper. I forgot to take a picture of it. :X Maybe I'll remember to do it when I write the card. The backdrop that the quilling sits on was die-cut into various sizes of scalloped circles. 

-White Prima flower
-Quilled tulips: light cornflower blue, green, peach
-Cardstock: Paper Presentation 80lb, Cambridge                   Blue; Touché Cover, 13 pt. White
-Martha Stewart Glitter
-Blue Satin Ribbon
-Cuttlebug embossing folder

This week's sponsors are:
-Flonz-- win a $20 Store Voucher 
-Scrapper's Delights-- win 6 single digital stamps 

Such exciting stuff! I hope you'll play along!

Entered in these challenges:
-Make It Monday MIM#101
-Crafty Sentiments Clean and Simple
-Deep Ocean Challenge Challenge #31 Anything Goes
-Papertake Weekly Anything Goes
-Craft Your Passion Anything Goes


  1. Eileen - your card is sooo beautiful!! I love how elegant it is. Your quilling is beautiful too.

    Thanks for your wonderful comment on my blog today and did you get my email yet - you are one of the winners of my blog candy give away. WooHoo!!!

    With hugs and smiles


  2. Hi my darling,
    This new card is really wonderful,delicate and unique-I adore it!
    I survived to that high temperature of yesterday -it was so hard !I don't have any conditional air in my appartement as the doctors said isn't so healthy and that's why we have to deal with the bad weather! I paid a visit to the eye doctor to change Dana's glasses(we go from 6 to 6 month for a check)-The doctor said whenever she's growing up ,everything is changing-kids are growing faster nowadays and different as it used to be !Well,those are "things " we have to deal with too! I would like to write you you more, but I don't want to upset you with my problems-still, I am so anxious to get new messages from you soon! have all my good thinkings and hugs,

  3. Miniature flowers, very interesting colors. оооо is very liked

  4. Wow Eileen, super gorgeous. Excellent job on quilling.

  5. Hi Eileen!What a beautiful card! Love the quilled flowers you have made!Such pretty soft colors too!You totaly rocked this weeks bingo challenge! Have a wonderful day! Hugs and sunshine

  6. Really gorgeous Flowers composition ^_^
    More elegant card:)
    Big hug,

  7. Great job Eileen!! I love the colors! I gotta try do a quilling project, I've done it before a long time ago!!


  8. Hi Eileen,
    Great CAS style card, lovely card and your quilling is beautiful
    Thanks for linking up with MIM this week
    Remember, to be in the running to win the prize from our sponsor this week just leave a comment for another entry. Be sure to mention you saw them on Make It Monday. The more entries you comment on the more chances you have of winning!
    Sandy :)

  9. This is gorgeous...Thank you for joining us at Craft your Passion, and good luck.

    Caz, CYP DT

  10. Very nice! Saw you on MIM! Would love to have you come check out my blog candy.

  11. Thanks for sharing your wonderful talents with us at Papertake Weekly, and hope you join us again soon!
    hugs, Sharon

  12. what beautiful quilling.. so pretty
    Thanks for joining us at Crafty Sentiments this week
    Lisa x

  13. I love this.The way you have framed the quilled work is so innovative
    Your new follower
    Cheers from Bangalore, India

  14. Your quilling is absolutedly super. Very pretty indeed and love the swing card too. I love quilling but find I don't always have the time to play but one day again....love annie

  15. I had idea before ago...how you quilled the Gift Card envelopes?


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