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mandag 28. februar 2011

Girly birthdaycard (with a little springtimefeeling)

I have made a really girly birthdaycard, and had such a good time doing it!
Colours used in the cards are mainly pink and beige, as challenge # 60 over at Sketchy Colors asks for :)
I've used button, beads, stones, ribbons and lace - all that lovely girly stuff :D

With this card I'll enter these challenges:
Just Magnolia #95 - sketch
Magnolia Stamp Lovers - Buttons & Bling
Sketchy Colors # 60 - Pink and Beige
Wild Orchid Challenge - Anything Goes
Sweet Stampin Challenge - Oh so Girly
Paper Romance Challenge - Anything Goes

Inside the card I've used the same stamp as I used to make the two shrinkfilm"buttons" on the outside.
If you take an even closer look at the "close-up" you can se the tinytiny bead I put in the middle of the daffodill - and see that I've given Tilda ribbons in her hair...

Material list:
Size: 6X6"
Ink: Adirondack Earthtones Espresso, Versafine Onyx Black, StazOn Jet Black,
Colorbox Chalk CreamyBrown
Stamps: Magnolia, Kort&Godt -text
Paper: Bazzill Cardstock - pink and beige, DP Basic Grey TwoScoops Créme Brulée
Other: Spellbinders Standard Circles Large, Petite Scalloped Circles Large,
Marvy Uchida scalloped punch, Martha Stewart corner/ edge punch
Techniques: Edges very lightly brushed with Creamybrown chalkink,
Image is coloured with ProMarkers
Other stuff: Button, Shrinkfilm, Beads, Rhinestones, ribbons, Lace

6 kommentarer:

  1. Lovely! Such beautiful colours and great details! Jo x

  2. This is absolutely gorgeous. I love the soft colours you have chosen and your layout is stunning! Thank you for playing with us at Sweet Stampin'. Tracey x

  3. So sweet! Love the soft delicate colors :)

    Thanks for joining Paper Romance this week!

    Sandra P

  4. Beautiful card, lovely image.
    Thank you for joining Sketchy Colors colorchallenge this week
    Hugs, Kaia

  5. aww, that is very pretty card!!
    Thank you so much for joining us at MSL!

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