Pink, Blue and Green…

A beautiful combinations of colours, as I’m sure you’ll agree, and this is the theme of the latest challenge over at Elzybells.  I used the very cute Flower Girl stamp for my image, which I coloured with my Promarkers. I paper pieced her dress with some of the ‘Blue Decorative Paisley’ paper by Bella Press, which I also used for the base of my card.  I punched a border for the bottom of the card, in matching blue cardstock, with my Martha Stewart doiley punch.  I also embossed this with the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots folder, for a little added texture, before attaching it to the card.  The flower/gem embellishments were magazine freebies.  As these were not all in the right colours, I coloured in the pink and the green with my Promarkers to match the DP.


Elzybells are launching some gorgeous new Valentines stamps very soon, so watch out for some exciting previews from the Design Team from the 9th onwards!


5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. annie
    Jan 08, 2009 @ 10:42:35

    I love the colours on this card Maria and such a cute little image. It’d be perfect for Mother’s Day cards too. hugs, annie x


  2. Rachel Hope
    Jan 08, 2009 @ 15:59:25

    Love the paper pieced dress!!! So Cute!


  3. debi
    Jan 08, 2009 @ 17:03:06

    very pretty!


  4. linda
    Jan 09, 2009 @ 20:57:17

    Good evening Maria, oh hunny this is such a stunning card. I love the new design from Elzybells. You have made a fantastic card using this stamp, what gorgeous papers too. Thank you for your inspiration! hugs Linda x


  5. Angela R.
    Jan 09, 2009 @ 22:42:06

    oh so sweet!!! great card!


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