Montag, 18. Februar 2013

Challenge 85 Blooming Images

Challenge 85 Blooming Images

Welcome ,

Today there is a new challenge at Crafty Cardmakers ,
hosted by Marie (MI), who has chosen the theme 'Blooming Images'.

Marie said 'I do love my flowers and this time I would like flower images to be the main focus of the card. No people, no landscapes. Just flower images. A single rose, a poinsettia, a daisy... you get it. Can be flowers in a vase or just the flowers. Of course you can still decorate with flowers, butterflies or what you feel like, but the image is a flower of some kind, NOT a tree and NOT a person holding a flower'


We are sponsored by

http://www.craftsandme.co.uk/CRAFTS AND ME

with the choice of 3 digital stamps from their extensive range

and we also have on offer this fabulous die set, which has been very generously provided by a mystery donor! 
 Use these 26 clip and phrase dies to create tags & cards, party & wedding details, scrapbook pages, school projects, journals, home decor and more!

My DT Card :


I have used Flower clear stamp from Papermania .Coloured with copic marker.
And different Die Cuts ... Memory Box, Joy Craft, Nellie Snellen & Magnolia.
Background paper is from K&Company.



Thank you for looking....

Annette  xx





Kommentare:

sandie hat gesagt…

I love all your little finish in touches, the pink gems,ribbons and butterfly. Just so soft and subtle

Josephine hat gesagt…

This is so pretty - love the colours and that beautiful image!

Meggymay hat gesagt…

Love the details it is a beautiful card.
Yvonne

Mynnette hat gesagt…

Absolutely stunning, Annette! LOVE the die cuts and flowers and your ribbon is amazing! :)

Suze Bain hat gesagt…

A gorgeous card Annette, fabulous die cuts and I love the addition of the hidden tag. Xx

Lin hat gesagt…

Annette this is fabulous. I adore the pink/brown colour scheme and the little die cut tucked off to the side of the image is gorgeous. The butterfly, bows and flowers are a perfect match.

Lin xx

J hat gesagt…

Such a lovely feminine card - the pink and the brown really complement one another...

Jackie