I found this weeks challenge easy probably because I love those colours and have loads of new stamp sets to play with. So this card is for my Mum she had a operation on Wednesday so I made this for her with the help of Charlotte who added her artistic water mark to the card,
I used Blush blossom for the card stamped versamark flower's and some leaves from the botanical blooms Sale-a-bration set only available if you spend £45 in January or Febuary, I would have used blush blossom but couldn't be bothered to go look for it. tied a piece of whisper white ribbon on the front, stamped the flowers and leaves on whisper white card with garden green and regal rose using repetition to get different shades of the same colour cut these out using my scallop circle punch cut a circle out of pretty in pink card then cut a scallop circle around the outside of where I had punched the circle, next I used my smallest hole punch (thanks Abi saw your tutorial and loved this bit) to punch holes in each of the scallops on the pretty in pink, stuck the pretty in pink to the whisper white and stuck it over the ribbon.
finally I wrote a message as I don't have any get well type of stamps at the moment, why is it that the stamp sets you decide not to buy yet are the ones you need, I've needed a get well type message twice in the last few weeks, I bet as soon as I have one I won't need it for years lol. I'd best get one to make sure noone gets ill.
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