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The Get Away

 The Get Away

I've had the chance to 'get away' into my craft room today (instead of cleaning out the garage) and made this card for the following three challenges -


1.

2.
 (I added a beautiful rose ribbon)

3.


Project Recipe:
Stamp Sets:  The Get Away (Gorjuss), Happiest Birthday Wishes (SU)
Ink:  Memento Black, Early Espresso (SU)
Card Stock:  Crumb Cake (SU). X-Press It Blending Card Stock
Accessories: Everyday Enchantment DSP (SU), Rose Ribbon, Paper Doily, Dimensionals, Prisma Pencils


Thanks for stopping by,


Comments

Cheryl said…
Gorgeous card, thanks for joining us at Bizzy Becs April Challenge.
Hugs Cheryl
Nikki Spencer said…
She is so cute Bron, love the rocking horse, a gorgeous card, as is that devine rose ribbon too!
Great combination of challenges!
Tina said…
Such a little cutie on your card, and that rose ribbon is divine! Thanks for playing at Just Add Ink.
Jen Timko said…
How wonderful this is! She is colored so beautifully and those roses are awesome. Glad you joined us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!
Michelle said…
Beautiful, Bronwyn! I love that rocking horse hiding behind your little girl!
Amy Pitts said…
Great colors in this card and I love that little rose ribbon. Super cute!
Your card is very pretty Bronwyn. I love your colouring of the image and the doily and ribbon are both perfect additions. Well done on cutting her out too, it looks like it would have been hard! I'm so glad you could play along with everyone at Just Add Ink and Freshly Made Sketches this week :)
Christine Blain said…
Great background paper for this cute image, Bron. I love the touches of black, and the rose ribbon - very cool. Nice to have you playing along with us at JAI, dear friend!
Tui Nathan said…
This is beautiful Bron ... that image is adorable ... and I love the doily and row of roses ... just gorgeous!
Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!!!
Rita W said…
Love the doily and those roses are STUNNING! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week.
Lesley said…
Hi Bronwyn,
What a cool card with the rosette ribbon and the image, coloured perfectly! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!!!
Lesley
Love the colours and those Doilys.
Thanks for joining us for Bizzy Bec's April Challenge.
hugs
Sue
She's gorgeous Bron! I love your colouring and you have so much patience in cutting her out! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink!
Mae's Cachet said…
A beautiful card as always Bron, love how you have integrated the doily and rose bud ribbon into your card design. Thanks for playing with our challenge at Just Add Ink this week.
Anonymous said…
Gorgeous card Bron and love that rose ribbon. Gorgeous colouring too
H2 :) said…
Your coloured, fussy cut image is adorable Bron & the background card is just perfect. Gorgeous! :)

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