Sunday, 3 March 2013

Mothers day post

Dearest minions,

Greetings, I have made two cards this weekend and they have both been feminine and pretty, I think that I shall have to make something really gory for next week to balance it out. This is my Mother's day card. I am entering it into the wonderful less is more who had a pink doughnut palette as inspiration

- I prefer chocolate, for reference in Doughnuts bribary. I am also entering this into Sunday stampers- something pretty (do check out the blog Hel's rocks) and last but by no means least all sorts challenge blog- for a Lady.

The stamps used are paper artsy - female image, Tim Holtz script on background and paper and the butterfly from my mind eye. the inks were distress and the coloured card was created using the wrinkle free technique. The card is from food packaging & is very absorbent.

I also wanted to share a couple of Spring images of magnolia trees that I took in the Cambridge Botanical gardens this week as they rather go with spring pastel theme.

and fluffiness


Julie M said...

Very pretty indeed, Edna - what's come over you?!!! Love the image, and the inky card.

Julie x

Elaine said...

Such pretty cards and I love the images. Think Spring might be on it's way!!

Michelle Webb said...

Gorgeous delicate images EE. Love it. Now bring on the gore! Michelle x

Chrissie said...

The colours look great here EE!
Superb card!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Hels Sheridan said...

stunning, plretty and simples and stunning.... Thanks for joining in with the Sunday Stamper x