Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Another wonky photo!

Good evening Everyone

I am so sorry for mentioning the 'Spring' word in my blog a few days ago. It seems that I may have put the mockers on it as the weather has returned to freezing winter conditions. I will keep my mouth shut in future!!!!! (or try to)

I am still looking for someone to help me in finding the name of this stamp and better still where I can get hold of one.

Here is today's card....just how much pink can you get on one card???

I have used one of the magnolia Tilda images and coloured her using my copics pens. I then mounted it onto pink card (from my stash) that has been cut using an x-cut scalloped rectangle cutting die. The heart shaped border was made using a Martha Stewart border punch and the little tags were created using a very old paper punch (no name on it) All papers, card and ribbon is from my own stash.

I am entering this card into the following challenges:
Papertake Weekly Challenge - 3 (tags) 2 (punched items- tags + heart border) 1 (bow) - 18.3.13
Robyn's Fetish Challenge - Birthday - 15.3.13 
Southern Girls Challenge - Tag it - 22.3.13
Fashionista Challenge - Pink - 21.3.13
Lovely Hanglar/Sweet Magnolia - Ribbon or Trim - 15.3.12
Enjoy your evening
Hayley and Graham


  1. Hoi Lovely Hanglar or Sweet Magnolia lover
    What A great card you have made Lovely colors and a sweet image! Thanks you for joining us at the Lovely Hanglar or Sweet Magnolia challenge blog hope to see you next time
    hugs Ria
    come and check out my blog and become a follower

  2. Pink! Pink! Pink!
    Cute! Cute! Cute!
    LOve your Tilda...LOve your design.
    It's GOrgeous Hayley.

  3. So pretty, love the lush pink :) Thank you so much for sharing with us at LHOSM. Jen xx

  4. Really pretty card, love your little heart tags! thank you for joining us this time at Southern Girls for our Tag You're It! Challenge
    Sue xx

  5. Oh this is so interesting! Love the image and the spring colors! Thanks for playing with us at Southern Girls Challenge!
    Carolyn, DT