20 Jan 2009

Magnolia Vs Stampavie Challenge



This is my card for this weeks Magnolia v Stampavie challenge 'Show us your bow skills' and I must say I am very pleased with the out come of this one. I have used K&Co backing papers and water coloured Tilda. The oval and the flowers have been cut using my Cricut and I have added some lovely organza gold ribbon tied into bows. For affect I have put some gold liquid pearls around the oval and on the flowers which I think adds just that little bit extra to the design.

Lorraine x

5 comments:

Christine said...

So cute Lorraine, and your colouring is lovely, I must make a start with these challenges.
Hugs
Christine xx

Ann Whitfield said...

Your latest cards are fabulous Lorraine but I especially like this one
Ann x

Chrissie said...

A gorgeous card Lorraine, I see you are having such fun with all your 'cuties' at the moment and I love them all!

Beryl said...

So many lovely Tilda cards and I'm sooo envious of you knowing that you now own a Cricut.
Beryl xx

Bev said...

Lorraine this is so cute! Love that Tilda image.

hugs BEv x

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