Sunday, March 20, 2016

Pink and Grey

This week we celebrated one of our Cardologist's birthday. A while ago she mentioned that even as a young girl she loved pink and grey together so those were the colors I chose for her card. The flower die was a gift from Dora B. And, of course, I had to use more dew drops... (I really hope I will live long enough to be able to use them all up...)




And a different perspective so you can better see the glossy, glittery (self-adhesive) paper I used to cut out the flowers.




Stamp: Penny Black (sentiment)
Dies: die-namites (flowers), SSS (banner)
Other: self-adhesive paper (Recollection


Challenges:

Inkspirational #104 "Pink and Grey"







Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday "Something Floral"



workitwedbanner


I am so delighted to be able to welcome three new followers:

Greta from GG Creations
Karen Hashek from Karen's Kreative Kards
Loll Thompson from Stamping with Loll

Thank you, ladies, for becoming followers of my blog!
The are all seasoned stampers and bloggers and you will find lots of inspiration when you meander through their blogs. It will get your mojo going!

My welcoming quote for the three of you is something Susan Raihala wrote on her blog some time ago that I loved:

Life: It is what it is. 
Some parts are good, some parts are bad, and gratitude poured over it all makes it manageable.


Thanks so much for reading till the very end! I so appreciate every one of your visits and comments!

15 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Susanne. Your pink shiny blooms are so pretty. Love that vellum sentiment banner. xx

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  2. Das ist eine total schöne Farbkombi und die dew drops sehen aus wie echte Regentropfen!!
    LG Gundi

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  3. This is really pretty Susanne! Love the pink and grey colour combo and the vellum banner and dew drops are the perfect touch! Have a lovely week! Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  4. I've always loved pink & gray together & wow--this is gorgeous, Susanne! What a beautiful floral die!

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  5. Lovely card!
    And nice new backgroud style - especially like your signature :) All the hard work was worth it!

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  6. So lovely to see friends finding you and enjoying your card art, Susanne! Speaking of friends, your birthday Cardologist girlfriend is going to swoon over this beautiful shiny pink and grey card you made especially for her! I love that color combo, too! Happy Birthday to her! Hugs, Darnell

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  7. Love all that gloss and the back embossing. What a lovely quote to welcome your new followers.Thanks for joining Ink x

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  8. Ooh that's PRETTY. Bet she loved it. xxx

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  9. What a great take on the pink and grey challenge. Sure she loved that card!

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  10. Oh, die glitzert ja so schoen! Diese Karte gefaellt ihr bestimmt! Schoen, dass Du auch wieder mal Zeit zum basteln hattest! Froehliche Ostern!

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  11. The gloss and embossing add real interest to your pretty card. Thank you for joining us at Inkspirational Challenges. Come back next time! Marina

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  12. eine tolle Farbkombi, die pinke Blume sieht super auf dem grau aus, toll auch mit den dew drops.
    Hab schöne Ostertage, lg

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  13. My wonderful Susanne, your card has me mega-watt smiling! The dotted background is perfect for your amazing, glossy flower! Stunning! Thank you so much for joining us in the Inkspirational Pink and Grey gallery!
    Hugs~c

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  14. These pink daisies look so pretty against the gray dots! Love that shine!

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  15. How delicious, Susanne ... such glossy shimmeriness ... fabulous with the delicate touch of vellum! After being soooo behind, I'm wandering through all your creations over the past few weeks ... I'll be back with a comment or two! Hugs, Anita :)

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