Wednesday 3 August 2011

Little bug girl...

Hi all hope you are all well.
 I've just had a visit from the postman and he brought some lovely goodies today. I have just recieved the brand new first edition christmas pads, one called Christmas Joy and the other called Festive treats, My oh My!!! they are to die for, so gorgeous and glittery both of which I bought from lovely Ruth at Fluff.pie. I also recieved some pion dp and maja dp that i bought from  Tracy at Dies to Die for.

So, onto todays card which i made with the Just Magnolia and hAnglar &sTanglar challenge in mind which is Buttons Bows and blooms.

I decided to use this cute hAnglar bug girl that i coloured to match more gorgeous papers from the girls paperie.

I would like to enter this into the following challenges;

Supplies used:
Papers - the girls paperie, frou frou
flowers - all WOC
doily, ribbon and pearls- all from stash
button - vintage shop in Callender
Martha Stewart monarch butterfly and border punch


Judie said...

Hi Kat,
Beautiful card, very cute image. love the ribbon so pretty.
Happy crafting

Miss StampAlot said...

oH Kat.. She is wonderfoul ! Great colouring and i love you`re ribbon bow =)

Hugs from Marielle

sara said...

hi kat ,another fab creation love the colours and you always make perfect bows just gorgeous
hugs sara x x x

Donna said...

Gorgeous card, love those colours. Thanks for joining us at CYDA this time.
Donna x

bluebell-flowerwood said...

hi kat what a lovely card for the challange,love the colours and that bow,love bluebell-flowerwood x.

Unknown said...

Hi Kat, gorgeous card - love the colours and that bow is totally perfect! If I coSarahuld tie them like that I'd loads on my cards! Sarah

Teresa said...

What a gorgeous card Kathleen
Hugs Teresa xx

Exclusively by Mel said...

I love this image Kathleen, she's so lovely with her blinged up wings.
Your bows are beautiful. I can never get mine to look that good.
Wonderful card.
Love, Mel. xx

Lesley said...

Cute card, such a sweet image! Thanks for taking part in the CYDA challenge xx