Sunday, 27 October 2013

Muse Challenge #40 and Field Flowers

It's a wet and windy night here in the UK and forecast to get worse! So what can be better than a nice summery flower!  Although I look at the Muse challenge each week I have never entered till now. This week I felt I just had to. The Muse designer is thevery talented Darnell and you can see her card here and read her post here.  A very thought provoking post reflecting on Breast Cancer Awareness month!

 Here is my take of her card.

I decided to go with the pink and green colours and the flower theme, which gave me the perfect opportunity to ink up the Field Flowers stamp ( a NBUS Darnell!) I used Blushing Bride, Strawberry Slush (a gorgeous pink as good as it's name) and Always Artichoke inks. Strawberry Slush and Always Artichoke cardstock. The ribbons are the narrow taffeta ribbon in Old Olive (nearest ribbon I had to Always Artichoke) and Regal Rose (now retired).

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  1. I'm so glad you've joined us at Muse this week - this is a beautiful card - I love the use of the two ribbons down the left side.

  2. Thank you so much for joining in this week and CASEing my card, Sue! I'm glad I was the prompt to bring you in and I hope you play again! Your card is superb!!

    I clicked to enlarge it to get the full effect of that stunning border and ribbon detail and I love your sweet banner sediment!! Feminine and lovely!! Hugs, Darnell

  3. This is a gorgeous card Sue. Every time I see this set used, I think . . . I NEED this!

    Sarn xxx

  4. Oh wow--what a beautiful card & perfect for the challenge!

  5. Such a pretty card Sue and a very fitting pink ribbon. Vicky x

  6. This is one of my favorite flower stamps and I need to remember these colors! So lovely....


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