21 September 2014

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow .....




We'd like to see your pastel creations for the September Ribbon Girl Colour challenge - this is my DT card - I coloured a LOTV image called 'Cold Hands Warm Heart' with Inktense pencils and added Stardust Stickles.

I die cut 3 little trees, one from silver glitter card and the others from the Pastel Dreams LOTV pad to match the backing paper.  I added some pale rose pink tiny ric rac, 'Laila' white vintage style lace, medium white pom pom trim, paradise aqua seam binding, 3mm pale pink bead trim, pale pink cherry blossoms and Kort & Godt rolled roses in pink and aqua

Flowers, ribbons, trim, pom pom, lace and Stardust Stickles are all from
The Ribbon Girl online store

I hope you will be able to pop over to the Ribbon Girl blog - there are some fantastic projects by the design team and as usual, great prizes to be won!

see you soon Mary x



7 comments:

Rita said...

Good Morning Mary. Another stunning card, I love the pastel colours and the tiny snowballs along the bottom. Have a Good Day. Hugs Rita xxx

Lucy Woods said...

This is so gorgeous Mary! My favourite colours! They go so well with the sweet image!
Lucy x

Inky Angel said...

Wow, this is gorgeous Mary! Love the non-traditional Christmas colors, they look so refreshing and jolly. Your coloring and design are fabulous.
Have a lovely week.
Hugs, Katie

Lea Brawn said...

Just fabulous. What a gorgeous card Mary x

Jacee said...

Such a pretty card Mary, I love your colour combo, lovely!
Hugs Jacee
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Rebecca Bradshaw said...

Such a pretty Christmas card, I love the colours and sparkly tree!
Rebecca.

Gail said...

And this card is my #1 fav so far. It has snowmen and LOTV snowmen are definitely the cutest. This is gosh darn great. I love this card. Oh boy, oh boy....my desktop is full. I am going to post your blog under my "inspiration" tab on my blog so I can continue to come and see your cards. I love your cards, ideas and choices of color and embellishments for each project. What a great blog...off I go to put your blog on mine. Hugs, Gail