Tuesday 5 April 2011

Say it with flowers

A brand new challenge started this week to make cards for the St Luke's Hospice so that they can sell them and help with their fund raising. More information on the challenge and the hospice can be found here. The theme is Say it with flowers and I decided to use a large hydrangea stamp from Papermania. I inked it up with Stormy Sky and Shabby Shutters distress inks and matted onto grey card and then mounted on a square linen card base. I tied a knot with blue vintage ribbon and attached it to the stem of the flower. The sentiment is digitally produced and I added a few blue pearls.
Thanks for looking :)


Tara Cardwell said...

Hi Valerie
What a beautiful card! That image is scrummy and the colours you chose are great. I really like the pearls for oo's in soon - what a great touch! THANK YOU so much for supporting my challenge and St Lukes - it really is appreciated. I do hope you'll be back to play again next month :-)
St Luke's Charity Card Making Challenge

Stamps and Paper said...

HI Valerie.. a really stunning card just love this your subtle colours and the lovely touch with the pearls.... Thank you for joining in our first challenge over at St Lukes and we hope to see you back again next month.


Seafield Jo said...

Hi Valerie, this is a stunning card, I love it. Hydrangea's always remind me of my grandma, she had lots of them in her garden, happy memories. Jo x

Deborah Frings said...

This is so beautiful. I love blue in the hydrangea and the sweet pearls!! Thanks for joining our first challenge at St Luke's Charity Cards! See you next month.

Lynne said...

Hello Valerie. Your Hydrangea is gorgeous, just right for those subtle colours. I love your pearls too.
Thank you so much for joining us at St Lukes Charity Card Challenge. See you next month.
Lynne xxx

Ciara said...

This is just lovely Valerie, great image, cool colours and nice touches like the pearls & ribbon :-)

thanks so much for supporting our new charity challenge, xx

Sarn said...

Lovely card and colours. Sure to cheer up anyone unwell.
Hugs, Sandra


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