Sunday, 20 May 2012

Ribbon Girls Guest designer

I was delighted to be invited to be one of the guest designers for the Ribbon Girls May colour challenge. These were the colours we had to use, beautiful vintage rose colours.
May colour (2)
This is the card I made for the challenge, using some of their beautiful ribbons and laces of course.

If you want to see what the other designers have created and/or join in the challenge your self, head over to the Ribbon Girls Blog. You could even win a wonderful prize.


Sandy said...

Really really beautiful.
So romantic.
Lovely flowers.

Have a sunny sunday my dear friend. xoxo

craftimamma said...

This is really beautiful Astrid and great use of the ribbons and lace. Those colours are so pretty and were the colours of my Daughter's wedding flowers exactly one year ago tomorrow.

Lesley Xx

Astrid said...

Lovely Astrid very very nice.
Hugs Astrid

Unknown said...

Congratulations on being Guest Designer... and what a glorious colour palette to play with and you certainly did it justice with your beautiful card....x

Ephemera said...

Hi Astrid, gorgeous card, absolutely beautiful use of Ribbons and lace. I forgot to say I get a lot of my lace from eBay and hobby craft have a small collection of nice trimmings too. Hope your craft fayre went well. xx

Ephemera said...

Oooops forgot to congratulate you on your guest designer spot. xx

Heather Jacob said...

OMG this is so soft and beautiful ... love the layers and those pastel colors .... awesome art xoxo

fairyrocks said...

There is something about that dusty rose color that always adds charm. Your assemblage makes it charming and beautiful.
Congratulations on your guesting.
Well done!!

Rita said...

What a beatiful vintage look card Astrid. Hugs Rita xx

roc said...


Marisa Job said...

Just beautiful! Love every single detail on your card! Hugs!

Jann said...

Beautiful, romantic art, as always!

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