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Monday, February 15, 2016

a 100th Birthday Card

I was happy to be asked to make a card for a lady turning 100! I haven't made one before- a pretty cool thing to be asked to do.

I knew straight away I wanted to make a pretty card, using soft colours.


I've stamped the image, and then watercolored using pencils, I've also added some watercoloring to the background, and stamped some scripted french text, to add a bit of detailing.

Also a bow and a clingy 100 ;-)

I love how its turned out- hopefully so will the recipient.

I'm entering the card into the following challenges:

Just Add Ink-" V"  violet on this card ( I know I'm pushing the limits ladies - have a heart :-) )

Craft Stamper magazine- Text.

Paper Sweeties - Photo inspiration- the pinks and mauves.

9 comments:

Patrice said...

Violet definitely counts! Gorgeous card for a fabulous milestone birthday. Love that pretty bow. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Just Add Ink this week. x

Team Clark said...

Wow! How amazing, and what a truly special reason to make a card! <3

Debbie said...

What a pretty image with beautiful coloring!! Thank you for sharing your lovely card with us at Paper Sweeties :)

Nikki Spencer said...

Violet is perfect Deb! And wow, what a milestone, l'm sure it will be received with much love...It's so pretty! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink.

Jan said...

Such a pretty card for a milestone birthday and your violet is soft and subtle and beautiful. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week :-)

Cheryl said...

This is a real beauty! The recipient is going to love it! You did a lovely job with all that watercoloring, and the bow looks amazing! Thanks so much for joining us in the Paper Sweeties February Inspiration Challenge!

Buttons said...

That's so beautiful and delicate Debi! Jenny x

Gio said...

This card is so elegant and beautiful! Wow, 100!:-)

Nance said...

Fabulous card and what an honor to make a Centenarian card and what a feat for her to be 100! Thanks for playing with us at Paper Sweeties' February Challenge!