Thursday, April 16, 2015

Pocket Card w/Tag and Black Designer Pen

Again using up my stash of paper collections, I have another pocket card and tag made with Prima's Lyric papers and chipboard stickers.

The wood key is from a little shop we like to visit when we go to Gatlinburg, Tennessee. 

The flowers are all from I Am Roses and the foliage was cut with Alterations Thinlits Holiday Greens.

The twine is May Arts ivory burlap string and the wood butterfly is by Prima.

I left the tag plain so this card could be for Mother's Day or used as a birthday card.

The Penmaker created this Streamline pen from black designer acrylic and teamed it with chrome components with a Cross-style ballpoint refill.

I hope your week is going well for you all. We were planning a trip to the pen turner's gathering in Illinois, but decided to stay home instead and make pens and cards. The weather has been so nice, it's hard to leave here right now.

Thank you for stopping by!


Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

Such a pretty pocket with content...great creativity Linda!
Greetings, Alie :-)

Pamellia said...

Beautiful Linda and a great design! I love the little ticket tucked in the front and the wooden key is a wonderful embellie! hugs :)

Samra said...

What a stunning design!!! Love all the details!

Davi said...

SO beautiful Linda~~ I really love the feminine look with the lovely flowers and cool butterfly! Penmaker sure make amazing pens to go with it :)

Unknown said...

So sorry for being MIA for a couple of days Linda, too much work (heading towards our peak season right now ;-) But it's always a real treat to visit your blog, you have been active and created such refined pieces again! I'm a fan of your work!
♥ Ira’s Crea Corner ♥

Lisa said...

Absolutely stunning!! The layers and embellishments you used are so beautiful!! I love, love this!! Amazing!! Have a great day :)

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Tracy said...

You really know how to dress up those pocket cards and the pen is stunning.

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