Saturday, March 26, 2016

Turn point?


I certainly hope so. We did get a bit of snow and it was beautiful.... it was even better to see it all quickly melt the next day. I hope this marks the official end of winter weather and that we will start enjoying warm weather.

Miriam Castanho-Bollinger, #mstampinwithyou, stmapin up, demonstrator, ppa, thank you, sheer perfection designer vellum, subtles DSP, floral wings, lots of thanks, su

Look at the color challenge of the Pals Paper Players 293. They scream Spring and Easter and I love them. Of course a floral /  butterfly theme goes rather well with this color combo. I used the Floral Wings stamp set for the image and the retired Lots of Thanks for the sentiment. I like the designer vellum and this one is from the Sheer Perfection stack. I lined the back of it with Mint Macaroon and added Blushing Bride ribbon on top. The background is from the Subtles stack. The Pearls finish off the body of the butterfly and this card is sure to please the recipient.

Thank you for visiting today. I hope to see you again soon. Be well


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  1. These colors look great on the butterfly. Great use of the vellum as well. Thanks for sharing your creativity with the Pals this week.

  2. Quite lovely, Miriam! I love how you've let the vellum pop over the Mint Macaron panel just a bit. Such a sweet card! Thanks for playing along with this week's Pals Paper Arts color challenge.

  3. Fantastic card, Miriam. Love your texture and details. Have already pinned this for sharing. So glad you included the PPA color challenge in your stamping fun this week!

  4. Adorable card, you put these colors together so well. Thanks for playing PPA with us this week.


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