13 December 2012

Something new at LLF .....

This week's challenge at Lilis Little Fairies is 'something new' so I just had to ink up my new  LOTV mermaid stamp which has sat in the 'new stamp' drawer since October - I coloured her with copics -  isn't this a sweet little mermaid?  Even though I went for a pale blue/aqua combination, I think it still looks girlie.  I added blue velvet lace and a bow of blue silky crush ribbon, and a selection of Wild Orchid Craft flowers, plus blue beaded berries, a Kort & Godt chrysanth, an anchor charm and some 5mm clear gems.
My flowers include Wild Orchid Craft flowers, Ribbon Girl blue beaded berries, a Kort & Godt chrysanth.  My card was finished with an anchor charm and some 5mm clear gems.
Flowers, ribbons, lace, charm, gems all from here
I hope you get time to pop over to see the lovely cards made by the DT at LLF and you have a week to get your card in - new job, new home, new baby, anything new, or use something new etc
See you soon Mary  G x


Doreen said...

This is just gorgeous,love the fab image and papers.xxx

Iulia said...

Utterly adorable, Mary! Love pastels lately and this sweet mermaid looks awesome on this card!
Hugs, Iulia

Marjorie said...

This is absolutely gorgeous Mary.You have 'brought this image to life'with your lovely colours ans colouring.I love the flowers too. My next purchase will definitely be a LOTV mermaid stamp.Hugs Marjorie. x

Yuri said...

What a beautiful card Mary, your card is just amazing...love your gorgeous colouring and all the wonderful details.
Hugs, Yuri xx

Sue - bearhouse said...

This gorgeous Mary. I love the pretty image and beautiful colour scheme. The flowers and ribbon looks fabulous.


Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Mary :-) the image is so very beautiful and your colouring is FAB, such pretty colours and details ,,, I LOVE it :-)

Lols x x x

Grenouille Greetings said...

This is so pretty Mary! Lovely colourwork and papers and such a pretty floral bouquet. Hugs, Lesley

Katie K said...

Beautiful card Mary and gorgeous embellishments. BTW, thanks for visiting my blog, I live in Canada so I got my TAP paper from Simon Says Stamp. Crafty Individuals carries TAP as well, it's probably more convenient for crafters living in the UK. It is in their "Must Have" section- Lesley RIley's Transfer Artist Paper. You can draw, paint, stamp, print from ink jet printer, and transfer images to any surface. Pretty cool product, I love it.