Here is my card for the new challenge for LHOSM and our theme this week is.....
I used 'Sweet Pea Magnolia' - I love sweet peas - I've planted 5 different shades of pretty pale coloured ones, they were growing beautifully until me blooming cat chewed the tops off - grrrrr!!! Now forgetting this I coloured my image in Copic Markers and used in a Wild Rose Studio Antique Art Frame. I've used some papers I bought in Germany by Rico but I I don't know the type.The flowers are a sellection from Wild Orchid Studio and the other die-cuts are from Magnolia Doohickey club'
Images: Magnolia 'Sweet Pea Tilda'
Papers: Simon Says Stamp White cardstock 120lb and Cotton Candy Cardsrock, DP's are old stash from Germany.
Miscellaneous: Wild Orchid flowers.
Tools: Martha Stewart Scoring Board, Tonic Studio Guillotine/Paper Trimmer, Scotch ATG Tape Glider, Fiskars - Stamp Press.
Lifelong crafters Mother and Daughter, Mary and Andrea were tired of having to buy full rolls of ribbon and lace when they only needed one metre. Because they love ribbons and all things pretty, they decided to open their own online shop in 2010 and make small quantities of beautiful products easily available to all crafters. Mary owns the shop and runs it on a day to day basis as well as keeping the website updated while Andrea looks after the social side, The Ribbon Girl Blog and the Design Team. They specialise in supplying small (or large) quantities of ribbon, twine, gorgeous vintage style lace and seam binding ribbon, tiny pom-pom and ric-rac trim, all sorts of buttons, fancy pins, a multitude of charms, pearl and crystal flourishes, wool felt squares, seasonal and unusual embellishments, mulberry flowers, sticky tape and accessories to card makers, crafters, scrapbookers and cake decorators. They stock only the best quality products and only offer for sale goods that they would personally buy and use themselves
with this great prize