Monday, April 22, 2013

Beautiful Rose...

Spring began with snow and has graduated into torrential downpours of precipitation in the form of rain and hail, so what better way to remind yourself of the beautiful flowers awaiting you when mother nature decides to cooperate, than to play around with decoupaged paper roses? 
It's another showcase week at The Cutting Cafe and this time Regina has created the gorgeous 
The country girl in me came out on this card ...hope you like it. 

A closer look of four printed images, colored in Copics, dry embossed and reassembled .
There's always someone in your life who loves flowers, so pop on over to The Cutting Cafe and see all the designs included in this stamp set.
Thanks for visiting me,
hugs n' happy stamping...
Lisa x

23 comments:

richardbreaks said...

This is really beautiful! Love the happy yellow vase, and the stitching is very energetic!

butterfly said...

Totally gorgeous, Lisa! Love the shabby wood background, and the roses look so beautiful - another wonderful make!
Alison x

McCrafty's Cards said...

Beautiful Lisa, those roses look real I like the design and the stitching.
Kevin xx

Chrissy said...

I really like this one Lisa, love the flowers and vase and great stitching, and love the sentiment and beautiful roses..sending you sunshine.

Luv CHRISSYxx

Sandy said...

Of course I like it Lisa - very, very pretty and I love your sewing on the beauty!! Hope your weather gets better soon!
Sandy

Karon said...

WOW Lisa - I love those roses!! And what a most wonderful sentiment. Love the stitching too. TFS and have a great week. Thanks for always stopping by my blog:-)

Kelly Neis said...

Spring! What is that? We had a foot of snow Saturday and another 5 inches tonight, yep snowing right now!
Your card is so cheery and warming to me right now. Love the flowers, you color so beautifully.
Thanks for the spring break in my day.
Hugs Kelly

Tammy said...

Fantastic Lisa! The roses are gorgeous and look real!

Mitra Pratt said...

Very sweet! I hear ya on the rain and the snow. My tulips have finally decided to pop out of the ground..now hoping they decide to bloom at some point...hopefully they decide to risk it!

Regina Easter said...

i am speechless, sooooooo beautiful

Lori said...

Gorgeous - love your coloring of the roses!

Sparkly Engineer said...

The design and layout of this card is fabulous, but what really knocks my socks off is how realistic your rose looks. I seems as if I could reach out and touch it and smell its perfume.

Mary J said...

Our Spring is trying to get here - it was sunny and warm today but it's turning south again by the weekend - grrrrr!

Your card is so gorgeous, just love richness of it!

Mary J said...

Our Spring is trying to get here - it was sunny and warm today but it's turning south again by the weekend - grrrrr!

Your card is so gorgeous, just love richness of it!

Tracy said...

I just love the look of layered images. :-) Great country feel Twang. I see you wrangled that sewing machine into some work. Yeehaw! Hugs!

Doris Molina Mora said...

Amazing!!!!

Rose said...

gasp!!! your coloring is awesome!

Deloris said...

You so rock! Love your gorgeous card!

Annie said...

Hi Lisa..............so love the texture you have created with the stitching. Brilliant make with wonderful details

Hope your weather improves.......and ours too.

Have a fabulous weekend

Crafty hugs

Annie x

Sonia said...

What a fabulous card my dearest friend^_^
Wonderful embellishments as always^_^
Have a sweet weekend^_^
Sonia

Margaret said...

The flower is stunning!! I keep scrolling back to it! I love the country style on your wonderful card and the funky stitching is terrific!

Jeanne J said...

I appreciate the close ups so I can drink it all in - that rose is amazing!

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles said...

What a beautiful card Lisa. I'm so sorry I haven't been by in a couple weeks. I hope that I get a chance later this week to come and see the rest of your newest creations!

Big congrats on the 400 followers. Such a huge accomplishment and you deserve all the accolades you get for having such an amazing blog.

Big hugs,
Lisa (the original)