03 November 2016

The Card Concept Challenge 61 - Pretty in Pink

The Card Concept Challenge for this week is Pretty in Pink! I spotted this gorgeous image on the DT blog nearly two months ago and have been waiting for this challenge to roll around. Take a look!!

This pink flower was the first item I knew I would use when I saw the image. Totally impractical as a card to post, but I know this will be my mum's birthday card and she lives behind me!! No posting necessary. I will make a wee box for it using my We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board. See Jennifer Mcguire's How to video here.

Altenew Beautiful Day
Distress inks
Hero arts white embossing powder
Avery Elle Hand Written Notes Sentiment.
Watercolor paper

Lace, sequins, ribbon, enamel embellishment and purchased flowers and white stamens.

Here are the links to the design team's blogs:-

Clean & Simple
Clean & Graphic

Freestyle Collage

                       Karen Davis   You are here

Classy & Elegant

Ilina Crouse
Mackie Robertson

Mixed Media

Come and play along with us at The Card Concept   

Have a great week.


Michele K. Henderson said...

This is gorgeous, Karen! I love the pretty pink bouquet that really catches your eye!
Take care!

Bonnie said...

Such a special card, Karen! Your Mum will be so proud!

Hannelie said...

Simply beautiful!!!

Lisa said...

This is beautifully done, what a wonderful card!!

laurie said...

Those blooms are gorgeous! The whole card is gorgeous!!!!

Karren said...

Wow, Karen, this is amazing and your mum is sure to love it! I, too, love that inspiration photo and really hope I get some time to play along.

Julie Gearinger said...

Wow Karen, I am sure that your mum loved this card! The splash of watercolor in the background looks fabulous with your gorgeous flowers and other great details- thanks for the inspiration! Hugs and have a blessed week, my friend!

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

Such a stunning card, Karen! Love all the sweet little details.

Leigh Penner said...

Very pretty!

Lisa said...

I love the layers! it looks so effortless, and extrodanary! Awesome job!