25 April 2012

Soft spring shades ....


oh my goodness, I almost forgot to post my card for this weeks Just Magnolia & hAnglar challenge 'Soft Spring Shades' -   This is a new baby card and I chose this cute image to stamp and colour with copics.  I chose shades of green as I think that is the most dominant colour in Spring with all the trees and shrubs coming into leaf (and the weeds of course!!)

 My background paper is by Pion which I got from my friend Jean.www.3d-jean.co.uk  I used pale lime satin ribbon tied with an 18mm clear acrylic button tied on with natural button twine.  The pastel pale green heart and teardrop pins are from the new pin wheels here and I added a self adhesive pearl heart in each corner. 

This is the inside of the card - sentiment printed onto cream card then mounted on to the heart edge nestie with a magnolia swirl - the background is Pion lily of the valley paper again - one of my favourites!
Ribbon, pins, button, button twine, pearls and lace are all from the Ribbon Girl

See you soon, Mary G x - by the way - just in case you thought I was a little Westie called Haggis, I thought it was time I put a photo of me on my blog!

5 comments:

Liz, said...

Hi Mary - the soft muted colours are gorgeous - beautiful card,

Liz x

Mau xx said...

Hi Mary,
Gorgeous card and love the pins and button detail, and of course the pion papers are lush. I really must go shopping :-))
Is this a different profile pic than the one i saw a couple of nights ago??? or am I having a senior moment...lol
I think you should put one on of you and Haggis together :)) but it is good to meet you :)nothing like I pictured you xx
Huge Hugs Mau xx

Mandy said...

Mary, this is such a beautiful card.

xx

Marjorie said...

What a beautiful card hun..love the soft greens and you have coloured this little angel so beautifully:)..These papers are so beautiful, I also have them..really must use them lol!!
Great photo..hello Mary G...
Hugs,
Marjorie
xx

maria f. said...

Such lovely, soft colors. That PP is so pretty. I can nearly smell the lilies of the valley.