My very wonderful blog friend Marion suggested when I met her last year that we should do a ‘little challenge’, what a fantastic idea I said. Well that was June last year and life kinda got in the way…. until now. So she spent a whole 3 minutes on Pinterest and came up with this photo for inspiration, oh WOW!
And after some deliberation I decided to stray away from the butterflies and went for a floral take, hope you like it.
Now you really should head over to Marion’s blog and see what she created, I know I can’t wait!
Other Supplies: Dew Drops (Winter Retreat). Papertrey Ink – Beautiful Blooms II Die Collection.
14 thoughts on “Time to challenge… Marion!”
Such a good idea and two fab cards as a result. Love your take on the inspiration photo, very elegant. Cx
Wow Therese…I knew you would knock it out of the ball park! Gorgeous in every way. What sweet die cut flowers. Thanks for playing along….we’ll have to do it again sometime – hopefully we won’t have to wait another year 😉
You two in a duel, oh boy, are we in for a treat! This is simply gorgeous. The perfect shade of green with all those glorious flowers.
I do, I do – LOVE the vellum flowers 🙂
You both decided to do it, but didn’t say WHEN – so all is good 🙂
This is just stunning! Wanna play, too 😉
such a pretty card.. i love your take on the challenge..
So pretty, Therese. Love the all-white with the sprinkles adding the hint of colour.
I think your vellum flowers are so pretty, and the soft aqua dew drops are really elegant! Stunning card, Therese!
Lovely vellum flowers. I would have struggled to stay away from the butterflies – glad you chose the flowers. Great result. 🙂
Lovely cards from both of you, great to see your interpretation of the challenge, a pretty, elegant card.
Love your interpretation here Therese, so soft and beautiful.
Wow, so gorgeous, Therese … beautiful blooms … love the layout! Anita 🙂
I so hear you on that life getting away from you – a friend & I have a similar “we need to do that!” going on 🙂 I love the soft vellum flowers – I never would’ve been able to stay away from the butterflies!!