Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Frilly and Funkie - Sing, Sing, Sing

Hello Everyone,

It's time for another challenge over at Frilly and Funkie. The lovely and talented Cec is our hostess and she has chosen the theme "SING, SING, SING". She would like you to make a shabby chic or vintage project with music as the central theme. You can add musical instruments, music paper, sentiments about music or even vintage images with a music theme. One lucky winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to Linda's shop The Funkie Junkie Boutique!

I have put together this card using some of the gorgeous Pion papers that Linda sells in her shop. I have to say how in love I am with the soft, pale colours and the dainty, feminine patterns!! I am completely hooked and will be experimenting more with this lovely line of papers!




Almost every product on my card is something new for me to play with. The layered butterfly is done with the new Tim Holtz Butterfly punch and I stamped it using a sentiment from the Graphic 45 Christmas Carol stamp set and then stapled them together using the Tiny Attacher. The "friend" sentiment is from the Tim Holtz Friendship Words die set. The fabric flower is from May Arts.



The music note die is from Memory Box. The flowers were made with my new Tim Holtz punch Tattered Floral and I coloured them with Distress ink Old Paper. The bronze medallion and the beautiful pearls and the stamens are from Linda's shop.






The doily die is from Prima and the floral flourish die you see peeking out from the layers is from Spellbinders. I distressed everything with a little Gathered Twigs and added some cheesecloth between the layers.



UPDATE:
My card won an award in the following wonderful challenge:


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All of the following products that I used can be purchased at The Funkie Junkie Boutique


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Well we finally got some snow and I know I've asking for snow, but it was blooming miserable outside today!! It was so windy that I couldn't get any good closeup shots and my glasses were fogged over so I couldn't even tell what I was aiming my camera at half the time!

Doesn't this look like a Christmas tree??? It's actually only about 4 inches tall, WHAT!!! Love it!



My first icicles of the season!! I love icicles, so pretty!




RIDDLE ME THIS, BATMAN!!! Why is there no snow on that middle picnic table? Did someone think they try to sit for lunch, in this most ridiculous of weathery days, or did the snow fairy just run out of flakes?? lol


OK MRS DUCK, here's the thing with the cattails. First time I ran across them I reached out to touch one, and my friend yelled "don't touch it". I assumed maybe they are poisonous or something. I'm now thinking that they're probably not, and as soon as I can reach out and touch one of them without freezing my fingers off, I shall do just that!


I have a photo from New Years day that I want to share with you. the weather was quite nasty and visibility was very low. As I was walking along, I thought I saw something out of the corner of my eye so I'm aimed my camera in the general direction and hit the shutter a few times. This is what it looked like. Not much to see at first...


On my way back to the house, a lady said to me "Happy New Year, hope you see a cardinal today". I asked her what she meant by that and she tells me that there are only two cardinals that live on the lake, and apparently it's good luck to see one. I said "I think I got one on camera", so we zoom in, and sure enough...I captured a picture of the very elusive and very lucky cardinal on New Years Day!! A wonderful omen of the good year to come.


MAY YOU ALL SEE A CARDINAL TODAY!!

That's it for today. Thank you for stopping in and for all the amazing comments. I read and appreciate every single one! If you have any questions, please let me know.



85 comments:

  1. A fabulous post today Pamellia.....firstly a wonderful delicious card.You are doing brilliant creative things with those papers. I had not been that impressed by Tim's punches until I saw you amazing butterflies....wow what cuties you made.I also need to put that music die on my wish list.....it's gorgoeus. As for the photos...yes those icicle are beautiful but to see the red cardinal....he takes the biscuit. Keep snug and go and have a picnic on the middle table...perhaps it has secret heating?LOLOL xx

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  2. Hi Pamelia
    I am so in love with this card, so opulent and delicate aww just gorgeous, loving your Photo's , sure magic pics { clever girl }.
    Take care
    Big Hugs
    Elaine H X

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  3. No chance of seeing a cardinal here but I am so happy to see your beautiful card today. The dimension you get with such delicate designs always floors me! Keep warm! Jenny x

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  4. Oh stunning Pamellia!!!! Love, love love this card with those gorgeous papers! Each little corner has more delights to discover, you girls on the frilly team are all so clever with your shabby chic creations!! And wow, stunning winter photos too, that red cardinal, - just amazing!!

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  5. This is beautiful, Ilove the delicate fell to it and all the dimension. Your flowers look amazing, what paper did you punch them out of?
    Hugs,
    Katrina x

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  6. Super fab photos Pamellia. You are showing me snow and I am sweltering in the heat...well am under the air con so not so bad at all. What a stunning happy creation, lovely colours and design...the pion papers are just beautiful.xx
    {aNNie}

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  7. What an amazing card Pamellia - every time I looked I saw more - I don't know how do you do it and have it looking so beautiful!!
    Your photos are amazing too - we don't get icicles here, and only light snow once every 4-5 years. Loved the photo of the Cardinal - we don't have them in NZ, but I can see why folk love them, they are stunning birds!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  8. Surprisingly great detail on the card which is nice. Lovely photos too.

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  9. Stunning card with the delicate shades and beautiful layers.

    Love the winter photographs and the outstanding picture of the Cardinal--amazing

    Love Chrissie xx

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  10. Absolutely stunning Pamellia you do make the most amazing creations hun, fabulous detail.
    Lovely photos I haven't seen icicles like that since I was a child.
    Hugs Julie xxx

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  11. Oooh so feminine and beautiful Pamelia...I am in serious awe of your talent!!
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.in/2016/01/mixed-media-mini-book.html

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  12. Stunning creation Pamellia and may I just say how jealous I am of your wonderful photography skills too. Sadly we don't have those lovely birds over here in the UK,they are beautiful
    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  13. As always a gorgeous card Pamellia. Hugs ;-) Veerle

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  14. Hello Pamellia,

    Stunning creation my friend, absolutely love it. love all the little elements you always manage to place on your cards, each time I look at them I see something else, gorgeous. Love the papers too, so versatile.
    Love the photos, how bizarre is that middle table lol! A Cardinal, how stunning is that, not sure whether we get them over here, never seen one anyway but they sure are beautiful, may your year be full of happiness and success.

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  15. A delicate and romantic card is this - wow- and gorgeous photos dear Pamellia!
    Have a wonderful day!Always a delight to visit you!
    oxo
    Susi

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  16. very nice card
    oh your photos are wonderful
    this red bird is so cute
    Bad Kitty's Craftroom
    >^.^<

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  17. A beautiful card Pamellia, it has such a lovely delicate spring like feel...just what we need at the moment. Stunning photos...I'm so glad you saw the cardinal and shared the wonderful photo, that amazing blaze of red against the silvery greys is a work of art!
    Chris
    x

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  18. Fab photos, love the bird in the tree and those icicles made me shiver!
    Your card is absolutely beautiful, so soft and subtle and so many amazing details. Thanks so much for sharing it with us at OLL.
    Lynn x
    DT

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  19. I am always in awe of your cards, Pamellia! I just want to reach in and handle them to see firsthand all the beautiful layering and texturing that you do. Love everything about this card especially that music die. The photo of the picnic table is too funny! The cardinal is beautiful among the bare trees.

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  20. Very gentle, airy Card Pamellia!!! A beautiful card - I really like!
    Thank you for the photo. I never met us this beautiful bird Cardinal ...
    ... and yesterday we just filled up with snow,
    but became warmer up to minus 10, after almost 30 below zero - just comfort))))

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  21. I love reading your posts, always so interesting. Firstly your gorgeous card, those papers are so subtle in their design but you have still managed to allow them to shine through. Your gorgeous die cut details and elements are placed beautifully to create the pretty design. Then there are the lovely photos of your daily escapades which I really love to see through your eyes and how lucky to see that Cardinal too!
    Lorraine

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  22. Ha ha my friend, I love reading your posts, you do make me laugh, gorgeous card, fab in yellow and such beautiful soft details, think my mojo has just gone for a walk, if you find it please send it back to me, I can give you my address, lol

    Wow what a gorgeous bird, so striking!!!! we have Robins, they are small with red breasts, not like those though, he he xx oh does sound rude!!
    have a lovely day!!
    hugs Liz xx

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  23. Your card is so gorgeous Pamelia!! Love all the layered paper and die cuts .. so delicate and pretty!! I always enjoy seeing your photos too, and you really are a lucky lady seeing that Cardinal. hugs xx

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  24. Oh how pretty that soft primrose yellow is - another exquisite card, Pamellia. And I loved seeing your icy photos, especially the cardinal... I'm sure you're right about that being a good omen on New Year's Day!
    Alison xx

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  25. This is so pretty and delicate Pamellia with such attention to detail. You are such an exquisite card maker and also an excellent photographer. x

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  26. What a super card. I love all the delicate papers and embellishments you've used. I proper girlie card and perfect for our challenge at OLL. Thank you for sharing it with us. Wynn DT

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  27. Gorgeous card, Pamellia, and what a lucky friend to receive this beauty! Love the paper...your taste is exquisite, and the musical notes! I've had my eye on this die for awhile, and I think you may have just pushed me to the brink of buying! And I can't believe those flowers came from a punch, just like the last card! Amazingly realistic! Just another lovely, lovely card! I don't know here you get all your amazing ideas!

    Your photos are so pretty, especially that of the cardinal. I never heard that "old wives tale" before about the cardinal, and although they have just started coming to my feeder outside my kitchen window, I can't recall if I saw one on New Years Day. Let's just say I did! Indeed it is a mystery why one table was cleared of snow! Perhaps a snow angel on expresso! Thank you for your wonderful post, as always! Big hugs, my friend!

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  28. A beautiful card with those sweet Pion Design papers. Your layers are always so lovely. Great photos, too. My mother in law always said if you see a cardinal the weather is about to change. We have them here in the Midwest and I feed them black oil sunflower seeds in the shell, which they love! However, the squirrels love those, too, so I am always mad at the squirrels. The female is a brownish color, with just a hint of red and the same shape head, so the photo is the male. He is very handsome.

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  30. Beautiful card Pamellia, as always.
    Stunning photo of the Cardinal, hope it brings you luck.
    Avril xx

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  31. Beautiful design on your card. I do love looking at your pictures, and I am glad you caught that cardinal. What a lovely winter treat.

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  32. Beautiful Vintage card, lovely image and gorgeous embellishments, thanks for playing along at MTTC.

    Pat xx

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  33. So delicate and just brimming with femininity, Pamellia! Love the soft colors on this stunning vintage design! Really love looking at all your pictures...that cardinal is so cool! Hugs,

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  34. Exquisite!! Love seeing you use your fabulous die collection - they are all so lovely, and I learn something overtime I study how you put them all together! And, oh, what a wonderful sighting! He looks quite wonderful in those trees, and surely will be a token of good wishes for this year! xxx Lynn

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  35. Beautiful vintage card love the soft yellow Colors lots of attention to detail . The little butterfly is adorable and I like how you've layered it .

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  36. What a gorgeous, gorgeous card!! And terrific photos ... Look at that cardinal! Wow!

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  37. Gorgeous card Pamellia!!! Love the colors and all the beautiful layers!
    Hugs,
    Samra

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  38. Stunning card Pamellia! I love the cream tones and that beautiful vintage tag! Awesome photos too, that cardinal gorgeous!
    Hugs, Tammy

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  39. What a beautiful card Pamelia - love the die cut music piece rolling through your design! We are fortunate to have several cardinal families living in the neighborhood so they are always at our bird feeders - more in the summer than winter for some reason - but still around! wonderful winter photos! Julia xx

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  40. Oh my gosh, what a stunning card!! I absolutely love the colors and the amazing layers!! You used your new products perfectly!! I love the vintage image and the pretty butterfly!! The music notes and flowers are perfect touches!! The paper is gorgeous!! Love, love it my friend!! Wow!!

    Your pictures are so beautiful!! I love the Cardinal...I hope he brings you lots of good luck this year!! We have lots of Cardinals here (our state bird) and I just snapped some against the white snow...I haven't had a chance to get the pics of my camera but I hope they turned out!! What an intriguing mystery of the snow-free picnic table!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  41. Oh Pamellia - you just blow me away with your cards, they are just so beautiful and feminine and just ....really lovely! I must check out those papers I havent heard of them before. Love the middle picnic table that was so funny!! Cxx

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  42. Oh My! Oh My!! A cardinal! I do wish we had them here - I would be on a cardinal hunt! Oh Dear! How rude of me? Not only am I amazingly late having a catch up on your previous posts but I didn't mention how fabulous this card is! I just love the layers and I really must get that music die! I love tour frosty, snowy pics too!! Hugs, Chrisx

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  43. Stunning creation Pamellia the vintage style is always a big favourite of mine, the image and design with your attention to detail just blows me away and gives me the will to try and do something a little different, my mind always starts whirling with ideas after visiting here, lol, your pictures look great I have never seen a Red Cardinal in real life but he sure does stand out
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  44. Yummy!!!! Such gorgeous soft tones... what a great theme, there is just never any time to play these days xxx

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  45. I'm TOTALLY certain about one thing.... that gorgeous Cardinal has given you INCREDIBLY STUPENDOUS MOJO since New Year's Day Pamellia. This card is just INCREDIBLY BREATHTAKING. I thought yesterdays was one of my favorites - but nevermind... this one has stepped above the last!!!! Oh yes - please do more with that type paper - it has your name on it. But truly everything is just MORE THAN GORGEOUS - so intricate and delicate and stunning. I'm just awed by this one. Truly I am. Plus it takes me back to my childhood when Mama had a similar girl hanging in my room of delicate yellow striped wallpaper and white bedspreads with a music note lamp!!!! That could have swayed me a bit too!!!!

    Your photos are so fun to see. Most especially love the Cardinal picture since my family are life long Cardinal fans - born and raised in Missouri!!!! The picnic table is totally wild and crazy. And your 4" Christmas tree made me laugh out loud. What a joy you are!! Do you ever suck on icicles?? I used to - raised in Missouri I used to walk to school inside snow that was taller than I was and suck on an icicle along the way!!! Stay warm.... brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. My now Texas blood shivers thinking of you out walking in that coldness. j.

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  46. This is beautiful Pamellia, such a pretty image and lovely soft details.
    Pauline
    x

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  47. I'm in love, firstly with your so very beautiful and delicate card which had me aaaaahhhhing when I set eyes on it. I am so happy that you do so many closeups to see ALL the detail. Secondly with the Cardinal bird, I suppose it's the first of it's kind I have seen in a tree, we don't have them here in the UK and this certainly stands out. Wishing you MUCH luck in this 2016 with the support of the Cardinal.

    We are not supposed to feed the grey squirrel as it is defined as a "pest" and has practically overrun our native red squirrel, which now only lives in a few areas of the UK. We do have 2 grey squirrels in our garden who steal the bird food. I agree they are so funny and cute and I take photos of them too.

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  48. Another gorgeous project, I can see why you love those papers. Super photos and I hope you have the luck from seeing the Cardinal.
    Yvonne xx

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  49. Pamela, this is just wonderful... so many pretty layers and lovely soft colors! I never think to use my Old Paper Distress ink... now I MUST pull it out... thank you for always inspiring!
    Love the photos!!!! You definitely have more snow than us!

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  50. Wow, such a pretty card. Great to see your photos and Cardinal.
    Hugs, Julie x

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  51. OMW I adore this stunning creation Pamellia, colour tone, textures and details Amazing..
    Wonderful photos, how lucky to catch a Cardinal, what a beauty.
    Hugs Pam x

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  52. Simply striking with so many details, that are eye catching. Thanks for joining in on the fun at Tuesday Throwdown. We look forward to seeing you again.
    Hugs
    Berni,DT
    tuesdaythrowdown.

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  53. brrr! your winter photos make me cold! LOL Hi, Pamellia! Lovely, feminine, sunshiny, and beautiful! That's what your card is - I can hear the music that is made between the hearts of special friends! Gorgeous card, my bloggy friend! hugs, de

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  54. Such an exquisite card, Pamellia. The colors, the papers, the layers - all so beautiful. I love that you made a tag from the vintage image too. You totally rocked the challenge! Thanks for sharing the winter photos too. Burr...they made me glad that I am in Florida. We had a frost this week but no snow. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration.

    Hugs,
    Linda

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  55. Wow, another stunning card! The papers and embellishments are just gorgeous! You have such an eye to detail and truly shows in your amazing creations! Fabulous job!
    Sherrie K

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  56. What a gorgeous card. I like the vintage image and the soft colors. I love all the elements of this lovely piece of art.

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  57. Wow, Pamellia!! I couldn't wait to stop by and get a closer look at your card. It is so romantic and feminine, with all of those soft layers and pastel tones! I want to reach out and touch it. You create the prettiest cards I've ever seen!!
    Hugs,
    Nancy

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  58. My dear friend, this is extraordinarily beautiful... I love that you're using Pion papers, as you turn them even more magical. The delicacy warms my heart and I adore your take on this challenge. The musical score dancing across the project conjures up the sweetest memories. Life is currently hard in many facets and your creations have once again whisked me away into all things lovely. Thank you for being you! Seeing as I'm on a mobile device I need to end this here, but please know you are always in my heart and prayers! I am grateful for you and am eager to leave you more blogger love as I'm able. Wishing you a twinkly night, Pamellia!

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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  59. A fabulous post, Pamellia! I really enjoyed reading! Your soft and delicate card is exquisite, my friend! It's out of this world piece of art! So romantic and vintage with beautiful pastel tones! Absolutely fantastic design with delightful embellishments!
    Thank you so much for those awesome photos and especially for the red cardinal! Simply breathtaking!
    Huge hugs to you! Branka xxx

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  60. Hi Pamellia, no chance I'm afraid of seeing those gorgeous little birds so I hope seeing your's will bring us good luck. Love the card, so much brilliant detail. Thanks for the visit to mine and happy crafting, Angela x

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  61. I'm back a second time Pamellia. I wanted to thank you for joining our challenge labels/tags. I love how you have put your image on your tag, great idea.
    Hugs, Veerle DT - Addicted to stamps (Team B)

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  62. Hi Pamellia,

    I hope you read this as OMG! THANK YOU. Thank you for the lovely comments on my blog and until I read that I did not know so Thank you for choosing me as one of your favourites, soooo excited lol! You have made my day girlfriend.Whoop! Whoop! Tee Hee! I shall now go and proudly display my badge onto my blog.

    Love & hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  63. I'd be pretty shocked if someone asked me to create something on "sing, sing, sing" theme, especially in vintage/shabby chic style. But you totally rocked it. The way you used all those dies, embellishments, beautiful papers ... Amazing! What can I say? You are a true artist and I absolutely love your work!
    Hugs! xx

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  64. This is just as soft and lovely as it could possibly be! The music score is such a pretty element with this lovely lady. <3

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  65. Such a pretty card Pamellia! Great mix of beautiful Pion papers and fancy die cuts! Great photos too! Love the cardinal!

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  66. Oh my- this is absolutely wonderful! I love all of the dimension and the beautiful white on white! Again, thanks for all of the close up and step by step photos. Also, loving your pics out and about- love that (well fed) cardinal- you are going to be lucky in 2016! That clear picnic table- hmmmmmm!

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  67. Oh my- this is absolutely wonderful! I love all of the dimension and the beautiful white on white! Again, thanks for all of the close up and step by step photos. Also, loving your pics out and about- love that (well fed) cardinal- you are going to be lucky in 2016! That clear picnic table- hmmmmmm!

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  68. Your vintage feminine card is beautiful. You have such a talent at perfectly pairing beautiful elements into an incredible work of art. LOVE the mix of elements that all tie into the "sing, sing, sing". Great job Pamellia.

    And I always love seeing your beautiful photographs. Especially love that gorgeous cardinal in the middle of the branches. He's beautiful. xx

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  69. All those beautiful photos and I forgot why I came here... Oh yeah, your delightful card for a friend, which any friend would be lucky to receive. My thoughts on the picnic table... footprints leading to it so yep, a Northerner was there before you. The cardinal... yep, you are lucky. To have sensed it. To have photographed it. Happy 2016!

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  70. A beautiful romantic card with lovely papers, design and lots of lovely embellishments. Gorgoues!! Nice to see you at oour challenge at ATSC, thanks.
    Your photos look fantastic, you are a talented photographer. hugs, Marlies

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  71. Hi. Just found your marvelous blog thanks to my friend Loll (http://www.stampingwithloll.com/). She knows I love cardinals, and you captured a gorgeous photo of a brilliantly colored one! Really enjoyed seeing him in all his scarlet glory in the frostiness. Also had a delightful browse in the photos of your layers of delicate deliciousness in this beautiful card. So nice when our bloggers buddies think of us, when they see something on another blog that they know we'll enjoy & might miss. Looking forward to making a new friend! TFS

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  72. Great vintage card. Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown for this challenge.
    Margaret, DT

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  73. Love the creamy vintage tone you have given this and how you've added the song into it - great interpretation of the challenge theme xx

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  74. Everything you touch turns to gold dearie. Wonderous design and your layers just make me drool like I have rabies. Your color combo is so interesting to me and those papers lend such a softness to this gorgeous card. You do shabby chic amazingly fantabulous well. What can I say that hasn't already been said by the comments above!?! Stunning!

    Bubbles, My question to you is-the stacked/layered butterfly you made with the punch. How did you get the design onto the punched paper? Hope that makes sense. Hugz to you muffin! ~Doc

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    1. Thanks so much Doc!! Simple actually, I stamped on a piece of scrap paper then lined up the punch where I wanted it in the design. presto! hugs :)

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  75. Oh Pamellia! Your card is just exquisite! So feminine and beautiful!
    My oh my!you are so talented!!
    hugs my friend!

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  76. Gorgeous card you created! Love all of the beautiful and delicate dies you used, especially the 'friend' one. And that sweet little charm, fabulous! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Mod Squad Blog. LOVE your Cardinal photos--my most favorite!

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  77. This is so soft and pretty with the Pion papers and all the wonderful embellishments and die cuts tucked here and there.

    BTW when I told you not to touch the cattail it was mostly because they are really dirty at that stage but I found something online from a survivalist that said "You won't starve in the wilderness if you can find cattails. Every part of the plant is edible. But don't mistake a toxic look-alike, the poison iris, for the edible plant. Here is how to tell the difference." Now you would not be eating them but if it isn't a cattail and you got it on your fingers and could not remove it before the toxin got into your system, that could be a problem and I sure would hate for that to happen so hopefully you can identify that they really are cattails before you go ahead and touch them.

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  78. Hi Pamellia
    Soooo elegant and classy and a very vintage feel to it.
    Thanks for the explanation about the cattails. It had been intriguing me (little things and minds etc lol!)
    Also, I don't think that you realised that you appear to have captured both Cardinal birds on camera.......if you look at roughly one o'clock in relation to the main bird, there is another fleck of red.....I may be wrong.
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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  79. Love the image and the layers! Gorgeous as always! The photos are fab but the cardinal one is stunning ng! Wow!

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  80. Oh wow, this is stunning. I love the die cuts you have used and all of the beautiful butterflies and flowers. It really is an amazingly classy make.

    Thank you for sharing your wonderful photos of the snow and your lucky cardinal bird, such an amazing colour.

    Dionne xx

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  81. Your card is beautiful Pamellia! I love love love that music notes die and gorgeous background. :)

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  82. Love the vintage image and gorgeous papers,butterflies and flowers -love the soft colours and beautiful selection of dies
    Carol x

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  83. Gorgeous card Pamellia, love the musical notes die and all of the lovely layers. Stay warm and thank you for sharing the cardinal picture, we don't have them out here, how beautiful! Deb xo

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  84. So pretty Pamellia.all the soft pastel colours blending into each other,and such a pretty picture very feminine.
    Faboulas embellishments. Your works just gives everybody such entheusam to have a go.
    Love your wintery pictures looking forward to seeing your spring pictures.
    Jules xx

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