Pink Floral


Using Penny Black 40-276 Botanical Notes 

For this card I kept the background pretty simple as I was happy to let the lovely PB stamped image do it's job as the focal point. I love water colouring my flower images and this is another favourite of mine. I used a die cut edge, pearls and a sheer bow to finish off the card and I was happy with the end result.


This is my Penny Black and More DT card for March with the theme of anything goes. A nice and simple theme for you all so follow the link to add your entry and be in with a chance to win one of the fantastic prizes donated by our sponsors. There are prizes from

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6 comments:

brenda said...

Absolutely stunning Shirley, always love pinks and your colouring of those flowers is perfection.

I hope you have a good Sunday.

B x

Ellibelle said...

An amazing card Shirley! I just got this stamp a few days ago (had to have it after our last guest DT used it). Love the colors you used here and the die is just amazing!

Mervi said...

Fabulous card Shirley, love the colours and beautiful stamp;-))m

linda said...

gorgeous card shirley and beautifully coloured! i don't have many PB floral stamps but i do have this one and i love it.

Tracy said...

Hi Shirley
What a pretty card, love your paper and image.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Craftychris said...

Beautiful image with fabulous watercolouring against the pretty and delicate background - the die cut finishes it off a treat! A wonderful card! xxx

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