Chevrons and flowers

Posted by on May 19, 2014 in Cuttlebug, Flowers, Muse | 6 comments

Welcome back to another week at the Muse Card Club.


I was recently asked to coordinate a card making table at a fundraising evening held at my church. I jumped at the opportunity to make cards and the following was the one we made. Die cutting with some inking and stamping. Simple, but effective. I really love the combination of chevrons and flowers. Some of the ladies chose to take their design in a different direction which I was all for – a bit like Muse really 🙂 I wonder where this card will take you?

Thinking of you | Marion Vagg


Here are some of the guidelines if you are unfamiliar with how Muse works.

  • Use the Muse card as inspiration, explain your interpretation and link back to Muse.
  • Provide supportive comments to at least 3 of your fellow member’s submissions.
  • Vote for 3 of your fellow member’s submissions that you find inspiring, once voting opens.

For the full challenge guidelines go here.


Stamps: WPlus9 Fresh Cut Florals stamp set (sentiment)

Card: Xpress it Blending card, Bazzill cardstock – beige (unsure of correct name)

Ink: VersaFine Onyx Black ink, Hero Arts – Picked Raspberry and Bubblegum ink

Other Supplies: Cuttlebug, MFT – Upsy Daisy Dies, MFT – Chevrons die, WPlus9 Folk Art Florals die (leaves), Tombow Mono Mulit glue, AnnaBelle Stamps 5mm pearl, Patterned paper (from my scrap pile – I think it is a Kaisercraft Paper), Sponge dauber

Hope you can find some time to play along this week,



  1. what a great inspiration – will have to give this a go – love the color of the flower with grey chevro!

  2. Simply lovely, Marion. I could stare at it for hours! Have a great day! Hugs, Darnell

  3. So pretty, love the inked flower 🙂

  4. I always feel inspired when I see one of your lovely cards in the gallery of the muse club Marion!
    This is fabulous!

  5. Lovely card, beautiful flower.

  6. Pure Marion!

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