Thursday, 11 November 2010

Week #35- Lavender & Lace

This weeks host at The Shabby Tea Room is the very talented Clare Buswell who has choosen this gorgeous inspiration photo to work with.


Clare asks we do a project using the colors from the picture, the floral and/or lace theme ... OR BOTH! This is the card I did for this week's challenge.


The papers are Cosmo Cricket 'Mitten Weather' and Anna Griffin,the music paper is from an old violin grade book. The doily is one Kirsty sent me from the Lace & Doily Swap,I made the flower with scrunched up circles and circles of lace.


I'm off to Spain in the morning for a bit of sunshine but I will be leaving scheduled posts while I'm away,that's if they work,I've never tried it before,LOL.

Back Soon
xxxxDebxxxx

10 comments:

Stella said...

Gorgeous...such an elegant and "classy" take on the challenge. Perfect colors and your srunched up circle flower is fabulous. Love it!

Have fun in Spain!
Hugs,
Stella

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Very pretty, the flowers are just gorgeous! Have fun in Spain!!!

Debbie said...

Gorgeous, Deb!! Love that little nose gay of loveliness!! Have fun in Spain and see ya' in the Tea Room when you get back ... thanks for joining us :)

Lynnda Hosni said...

Very Stunning card ....love the colors..the bloom and dollie too.... simply beautiful ...thats the best describe!

Enjoy Spain... and have a safe trip..xx

Ros said...

Fabulous card Deb ... love the flower you made ... looks so good mixed with the lace....

Jackie xxx said...

love it - its beautiful.

Sue, a.k.a. midwestgirl said...

Love your card and how you interpreted the challenge! Wish I could head off to Spain - hope you have a great time!

Lea said...

Beautiful card Deb!!! That flower is gorgeous!!!

Pattie said...

A beautiful lavender and lace creation! Thanks for joining us in the Tea Room this week!

Juls said...

so soft and romantic! Love it!! Hugs Juls

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