Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Pretty In Pink, Sepia and Cream

Hello there folks, a slightly belated midweek motivation post here for my Vintage Style challenge over at Make My Monday this week as I forgot to take a photo yesterday and the light today went from dull and drizzly to brilliant sunshine (neither of which are liked by my camera) in a short space of time!
For this card I've gone for pink with my sepia and cream to make a very feminine creation. Without further ado, here it is!


I've used an old favourite Rubber Stampede image stamped with sepia ink on cream card and trimmed with deckle edged scissors. I added this to a mat of dusky pink card.
I covered my card blank with some pretty paper by Melissa Frances that came free with a magazine a while back, having inked the edges with Vintage Photo Distress ink and adding Paperchase kraft paper photo corners before sticking on.
I made the floral decoration by stamping a Papermania layered decoupage wild rose image on pink paper and cut out the pieces, layereing up with a copper brad and inking a little with Victorian Velvet Distress ink.
I added some cream crochet lace to the card, then sticking on the image panel and flower, finishing off with a heart stick pink with some butterflies added.

See you again soon and hope this will encourage some more entries.
Hugs,
Fliss xx

4 comments:

  1. A beautiful serenity to your card Fliss.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  2. A gorgeous inspiration card Fliss. I'm sorry I missed this challenge cos I love the colour combination. Nothing stopping me using it though...is there?
    hope you're well.
    Suzi B xx
    ps I posted this on the the MMM page thinking I was here!? I'm well out of practise :))

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  3. Beautiful vintage card, with such subtle, delicate colours.... lovely!
    Alison x

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Fliss xx