Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Birthday Card For A Little Girl

Here is a birthday card that I made today. This card is perfect for any little girl. I used this adorable Magnolia stamp called Standing With Hair Bow.

I created this card for the following challenges:

Just Magnolia: Sketch

Paper Play: Pretty Pastels

Everybody Art: Pastels

Oh Alice: Something For A Child

One Stitch At A Time: Children's Theme

Quixotic: Oh Baby (For A Baby/Child)

Annabelle Stamps: Use Pearls

Die Cut Dreams: Tilda In Pink

Card Recipe:
Image: Magnolia Standing With Hair Bow Tilda Stamp
Paper: Pink Cardstock, White Cardstock, Bazzill Basics Spring Breeze Cardstock, Bazzill Basics Cool Heather Cardstock
Embellishments: Oriental Trading Company Paper Daisies ~ Pink, Oriental Trading Company Paper Daisies ~ Purple, Oriental Trading Company Paper Daisies ~ White, Offray Kendra White Opal Ribbon, Queen & Co Pearls ~ Indigo
Tools: EK Success Rock Fern Punch, EK Success 1 3/8'' Circle Punch
Other: Crayola Colored Pencils, EK Success Colored Pencils


28 comments:

Dragons Lair Designs said...

WHat a sweetie love it Thank you for joining us here at OSAAT.

Hugs Janette
Stamping Dragon

Designs

Karen said...

Very pretty Mary, thanks for joining us at DCD.
xx

Susie Sugar said...

Oh Mary this is an adorable card really beautiful Tilda, thanks for playing with us at DCD this week please come back soon
Hugs Susie & Vikki xx

Sue W said...

Beautifully soft colouring on this card! Thanks for taking the Annabelle Stamps challenge this week and hope you join us again.

Tammy said...

Such a sweet card and image.
Thanks for playing this week at OSAAT.
smiles...Tammy

Liz said...

Beautiful card and I thank you for entering it into OSAAT Challenges this week Please pop back to see the winner and new challenge on Sunday

Liz xx

Miss Prudence said...

How very sweet and you have done a really nice job

Cheryl said...

oh love this tilda not seen this one before love the soft colurs
thanks for joining us at OSAAT love hugs cheryl xxxxx

Sarah said...

Beautiful creation, and what a cute Tilda image, Thanks for joining us over at OSAAT, hope to see you again soon, Good Luck
Sarah xx

Erin said...

Great kid card. Thanks for joining us at Oh, Alice. Come back again next week, we love having you.

Tasha said...

beautiful card, i love the fabulous pastel colours and sweet image
Thank you for joining us at Oh Alice!
love tasha xx

debby4000 said...

Oh what a gorgeous card, sweet image and fab colours.
luv
Debby

Tammy T said...

Really great card for a girl. Thanks for joining us at OSAAT this week. Hope to see you again.

stitchy said...

Mary, another beautiful creation from you I see...So soft and precious, truly awesome piece of art..thank you for sharing with us again at OSAAT - good luck hun

stitchy xoxox

Kylie said...

Hi Mary,
Love your card, it's so cute and love all the soft colours, so pretty!
Thanks so much for playing along with our Say It With Pearls challenge at AnnaBelle Stamps Blog!

Have a wonderful weekend,
Take Care,
Kylie X

Biscuitlid said...

aw Mary this is so sweet - the flowers around the image look gorgeous

Thanks so much for playing along at Die Cut Dreams this week
Hugs
Victoria
x

Biscuitlid said...

aw Mary this is so sweet - the flowers around the image look gorgeous

Thanks so much for playing along at Die Cut Dreams this week
Hugs
Victoria
x

AnnaBelle Stamps Blog said...

This is so sweet Mary, very cute!
Thanks for playing along with our challenge this week :)
Andrea

Kim Dellow said...

Very cute! Thanks for joining the Quixotic Paperie Challenge this week. Kim

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