Thursday, July 28, 2011

Relax And Enjoy At The Shabby Tea Room

The challenge at 

using this photo for inspiration,
create a card or project with yellow, pink, green and any neutral color in your design.

I used mostly scraps from
my stash except for the Doodlebug Design Petite Prints I bought at Forevermore Scrapbooks in Gettysburg, PA.

I fussy cut the roses from a
piece of Prima's Sweet Fairy Collection called Romantique and popped them up with 3-D foam adhesive.

 I cut the chipboard frame with
my Spellbinders Labels Seventeen and stamped it with Skipping Stones Design's Timeless Textures and Spun Sugar Distress Ink. Added a bit of Recollections bling.
Thanks for stopping by!


Linda R. said...

Such a beautiful card. That sounds like a wonderful challenge..

Hugs, Linda

Maria said...

Very pretty card! Love the frame and all the flowers!

Lisa said...

Oh wow, Linda, this is so gorgeous! Your designs are always so fabulous and inspiring! I love how you intertwined all the beautiful elements! LOVE it :D


Ros said...

This is lovely such a fabulous take on the challenge ... your flowers are like the towel in the picture and the frame - the bath ... wonderful Linda

June Houck said...

Oh, Linda, I wish I had a small fraction of your talent to create such lovely feminine cards. I am gonna give it a try. I have a sheet of gorgeous yellow roses that I want to turn into a birthday card for my mom (her birthday is Aug. 30th). Her favorite color is yellow and she loves butterflies, so I' gonna try to emulate YOU, my friend!

Yes, I would love to try to meet up in Gettysburg one day. Probably not before my girlies are back in school :)

Audrey Pettit said...

So elegant and beautiful, Linda! I so adore those fancy cut roses and the sweet label frame. The touch of bling is the perfect addition, too. :)

Danielle Therese Greenwood said...

What a pretty card! Thanks so much for sharing this with the Shabby Tea Room, and I hope you join us again for this week's challenge-its a fun one!

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