Friday, February 7, 2014

Sweet Hope


Friday, yeah. The weekend is here, hope you have a great one planned.

I am sharing my card that I created using the great color challenge this week
at Pals Paper Arts  ,I love pinks and gray.


I am using Doodle Pantry's set Hydrangea which was released this month. 
You have one more day to stop by and take advantage of the 30% off sale
on all newly released sets.

I used the Blushing Bride as my card base and to back the flowers. The design
paper is from the same digital set as the flowers. I brought the hydrangea into
my Cameo software, traced, re-sized and cut them to mount with foam dots.
I added small pink gems by Want2Scrap in some of the flower centers, adding
Sakura glaze to others.



Be sure to stop by at Pals Paper Arts and see the lovely samples
created by their team.

The DPDC43 can be found Here . Stop by to see the set you can get free just for entering with a Doodle Pantry image, however if you don't have one, you can also enter with any image for a chance to win
a gift certificate to the store.  Plus, check out the freebies in the store as well.

Thanks for stopping by, hope you can leave me a comment so that I know you were here.
hugs....Happy Weekend.

7 comments:

Linda Callahan said...

Beautiful flowers! Such an elegant card! Thanks for joining us at PPA!

Pat said...

Beautiful card with a lovely flower image. Have a good weekend Patti.

Pat xx

Colleen said...

Patti,
Great color combo, the hydrangeas are beautiful.

Dawn Frost said...

I LOVE all the gems on the flowers. Perfect layout and gorgeous bow, wow!

Jennie said...

What a pretty card Patti...my favorite color combo and love the ribbon. Classy design my friend :)

Kerry Willard Bray said...

The flowers are stunning! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Pals Paper Arts.

butterfly said...

This is so pretty, Patti - those flowers look amazing, and I love the glossy bow.

Thanks so much for your lovely comment - and you're right... it was Rusty Hinge and Spiced Marmalade for the inks, and a fabulous Fresco colour called Autumn Fire for most of the paint work!!
Alison xx