Thursday, 6 September 2012

Pastel Prettiness

Hello!

I made this card a few days ago for a young friend of ours who celebrated her 10th birthday this week. Happy Birthday, Sophie! I'm sorry the card hasn't made it into the mail early enough to arrive for your birthday!
I used PTI Hexagon Cover Plate die, PTI Strawberry Patch stamps and die, SU! patterned paper, ribbon, and brad.

My inspiration for the card came from Tuesday Trigger: A Pin Therein
and from Jay Gee's Nook Challenge #23 (the pretty pastels, especially those dots)
I'm also entering this card into the Moxie Fab World Asymmetry challenge.

Thanks for dropping by to visit!

Michelle
:-)

12 comments:

Tracey McNeely said...

Your card is stunning Michelle, I love all the colours and patterns you chose.

Jay Gee said...

I love how you made that 'Granny Flower' design on your card Michelle, so pretty. Thanks so much for joining us at Jay Gee's :)

Suzanne Russell said...

Beautiful take on the inspiration! Great colors and composition, Michelle. I love the hexagons :)

Kara Lynne said...

I love the blue and green as a background to your flowers! Such a sweet card.

Meadie said...

I love your card - all those colours are so pretty together - hugs x x

Jen W. said...

Love the patterned papers you used on your gorgeous card - perfect for the Trigger!

Cath said...

Hey Michelle! Thanks for linking this up to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

Karen said...

so pretty...

My Paper Epiphany said...

This is such a fresh design - brilliant!
I have nominated you for the Leibster Award - see my blog for details. x Jenny

Cath said...

Hey Michelle! Thanks also for linking this up to the Asymmetry Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun there as well! :)

Ange Kelly said...

Michelle, who doesn't love hexagons, and you have used the most amazing paper!

Wendy said...

love your card and how used the green a blue...somehow it gives the card a cool optical fading effect as your eye travels looking at the pattern paper hexagons.