13/11/2012

Papertake Weekly - Flower Power!

Good Morning!
I'm back again with another card using those gorgeous PP sentiments today, they're definitely one of my all-time favourites I've got to admit. Today's card is for the new challenge over at PAPERTAKE WEEKLY which is Flower Power! We'd like to see either floral papers or flowers on your creations!

I'd like to enter this into the following challenges:
SKETCH SATURDAY - SKETCH
SIMON SAYS STAMP & SHOW - STAMP WITHOUT INK




INGREDIENTS -
Penny Black Stamp
Sentiment by Pink Petticoat
Magnolia Papers
Flowers & Berries from WOC
Leaves by Prima
Cheesecloth, Twinklets, Dew Drops & Ribbon from my stash


INKS USED -
Distress Marker - Peeled Paint & Fired Brick

Thanks for popping by!
HAPPY CRAFTING!
XXX

10 comments:

Caroline said...

This is gorgeous I love the layout and colours and the sentiment is fabulous. Caroline xxx

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Sue - bearhouse said...

This is stunning Nalalie. I love the image and the delicate way you have coloured it. The papers are gorgeous too

Sue

rachel said...

stunning card Nat - really beautiful - love the traditional colours! Hugs rachel xx

Марія Омельченко said...

Wow!!! Beautiful!!!

Riet said...

What a beautiful card.

Hugs Riet.xx

blupixy said...

This card is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!

Sandra H said...

Hi Natalie, Totally stunning is your card the image is so beautiful x

email: Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com said...

The embellishments you chose are great! I like the flowers, especially : )

Thanks for sharing your creativity at the Simon Says Stamp & Show Challenge!!!
-Sarah

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Grenouille Greetings said...

I love your beautiful "loose" arty holly sprig as the central feature surrounded by the bold flowers. Thank you for playing along with us at Sketch Saturday this week. Hugs, Lesley