Sunday, March 27, 2011

AnEnglish Rose for Mother's Day

Over on the other side of the pond Mother's Days comes a little earlier than it does here in the states. This weeks theme by our very talented Laney at Creative Inspirations is to create a Mother's Day card/project. The DT have been very busy, they have made some gorgeous creations. Would love for you to check them out, they would love hearing from you. So why not get a little inspiration from the team, play along and create a card/project for Mother's Day whether it's for now or the 2nd week of May.

I used this image from Stamp Happens, and papers from Basic Grey.

This also fits the following challenge:
Simon SaysMother's Day/Girlie

Image: Stamp Happens-English Rose
Paper: Bazil CS-Candlelite,Green DP-Basic Grey,
Extra: Rhinestones, Ribbon from stash, Nestibilities
Image colored with copics

As always thanks for stopping by my blog,


Laney said...

Gorgeous Debbie, A rose for a Rose!!

Bellaidea said...

very pretty!

Tammi said...

Oh wow Debbie this is stunning, absolutely gorgeous!

Vintage Milly said...

Hi Debbie, hope you are having a wonderful day, I just love the image you have used, I love roses,your card is really lovely, take care,

jude said...

This is absolutely beautiful hunni.The image and d/Paper are fab!
hugs judex

heidy said...

Oh what a pretty card,and I love those BG papers!
Hugs Heidy

debby4000 said...

Oh what a fabulous card Debbie, beautiful work with the gorgeous rose.

Danni said...

Love the sparkle! Beautiful card!

Cindy Haffner said...

WOW-ers Debbie this is a BEAUTY!!~

Deb said...

How absolutely beautiful Deb!!! Love the colours and the sparkle :)

jaine drake said...

This is a beautiful card Debbie. I love your easel.

Christine said...

Stunning card!! I love how you used the glitter in the shadows. It's the perfect touch!! Thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge blog.
xoxo, Christine

Wendy said...

This is gorgeous, Debbie! Love your coloring and those yummy Basic Grey papers! :)

Lady Latte said...

Very pretty card. I love the greens. It looks like something I would give to my mom who is a Master Gardener. What did you use for the "stickles" look? TFS