Today I am sharing a golden card, so elegant and unique!
This is my third day featuring Waffle Flower and I used the “Wild and Free” stamp set.


Although the design is very simple I did add more interest by lifting up the leaves! This is a great technique when your design is too busy to add more but you just can’t leave it as it is!

The gold embossing and the golden cardbase make the design so elegant that no much is needed.. except maybe some golden dots!


You can enjoy the video below or at my YouTube channel



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I will announce the winner on Monday the 20th of November. One enrty per person is allowed. More entries will not be considered. You are welcome to play along no matter where you live.


  1. As always, you expand my creative horizons with your unique vision, and EXCELLENT teaching skills. Thank you for enriching my day! XOXO <3

  2. I love your cards. I have decide to buy a Misti, which one would you recommend? I can’t decide between the original one or the mini Misti. Any advice would be appreciated.

  3. Thank you fro your generosity in sharing your time, talent, and giveaway materials with us. This card is so lovely and useful for many occasions.

  4. Absolutely beautiful! I am so inspired how you created your own sparkle paper for the shoes. Well done! Thank you.

  5. This IS absolutely elegant. The gold embossing powder on the white against the gold background paper is stunning! I love how you added some interest but cutting and ‘rolling up’ the leaves. A really amazing card!

  6. As you said, it’s an elegant card and just gorgeous. I love that sentiment. I have lots of friends who’d love to get a card like that.

  7. There seems to be a trash can beside my name. My eyes are old so they might be playing tricks on me. Is this a trash can?

    1. Yes, there is a trash can next to your name. Everybody can see a trash can only next to their own name. It is there in case you made a mistake while typing your name/email to delete and re-enter.

  8. I inspire
    I have experienced and explored many ways to adapt it to help my students as well
    I appreciate the way you share ideas and knowledge u have with all
    Keep inspiring
    Lots of lov VidyaVivek

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