25 September 2010

And now for a Feminine card...

As you can imagine, after making those 2 men's cards, I was seriously looking for something pink and pretty and as I had another new stamp waiting to be inked, I set about making this little number as well yesterday.  Stamp was purchased from Merrypak.  This time, no Copics at all was used. I just used the Tim Holtz distress ink to stamp the image with and then got my palette of pastel chalk and went about colouring it in and I was thrilled with the final result.  Hope you like it too...

And now for a peek at the inside...

And a close up of that lovely bouquet of flowers... I just know that this stamp is going to be a favourite of mine...

That's it for now, it's just turned 1am and I'd better hit the sack... Freezing cold in Cape Town and I'll have to go warm the beanbag or else I won't be able to fall asleep...

Cheerio until next time.  Thanks for your visits, I can't wait to read your comments.  Hugs Sharon x

9 comments:

Debbie Harris said...

I haven't popped in for a few days. Wow, you have been busy! Hope you are better. Your newly loaded cards are stunning. I love your vintage ones. Have a great weekend! Hugs x

Rose Petal said...

Hi Sharon. This is so pretty and certainly very feminine. So delicate and beautifully done. Happy crafting.
With love, Sandra xx

Lia said...

hi sharon,
such a wonderful card I lovoe the soft colors and beautifully colored
hugs Lia

Riet said...

Wat een schitterende kaart Sharon,zo mooi die stempel,prachtige kleuren.

Liefs Riet.

Catherine said...

This is such a sweet and lovely card Sharon ! Love the soft colours... Have a wonderful week-end ! Lots of hugs and love from Catherine

Steph said...

Hi Sharon! I hope you are having an excellent weekend. This is a very pretty card. I love the softness of the chalks. I really like what you did to the inside of the card. Fabulous card:)

Michele said...

Oh such a pretty card Sharon, love the colours. Hugs Michele x

Liza said...

Gorgeous work Sharon, I love the image and the soft colours... so pretty.

Liza x

otomys said...

Love this card, Sharon. Great combination of the polka dot paper and the pale pink. Very pretty.
Amelia x