Sunday, 20 October 2013


   I have made this card for my youngest grandson's christening which is next Sunday.
   I embossed grey whitewash core'dinations cardstock using the Darice folder 'corner scroll' from Crafter's Companion. Having sanded it I matted and layered it onto grey blue centura pearl and white card.
   The image is 'baby christening' from Lili of the Valley and I have coloured it using Promarkers. I then cut it out with a Spellbinders lacy oval die and wove blue ribbon round the edge tying the ends into a bow. It was fixed to the card with double sided tape.
   I made three roses and, adding a bow and punched leaves, formed a posy in the bottom left hand corner of the card.

   I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
   Crafter's Companion - baby
   Lili of the Valley - anything goes
   ABC - X is for extra special
   Paper Pretties - permission to embellish everything
   Allsorts -ribbon and bows
   Creative Craft 2 - anything goes
   Crafty Ribbons - anything goes with ribbon
   Brown Sugar - blue, grey and white


  1. Thank you for showing us your lovely card here at crafty ribbons challenge
    P x

  2. WOW, this is gorgeous hun, have a wonderful time at your Grandson's christening hun xxx

  3. Gorgeously cute card, thanks for joining us at Allsorts. xxxx

  4. What a gorgeous card. I just love how the embossed corner of the card adds dimension to the card. What a lovely design and the image is lovely too. Thanks for joining us at Brown Sugar this week. Good luck.
    Lynn, DT member, Brown Sugar Challenge Blog

  5. This is a lovely Christening card, such an adorable image and elegant design.

  6. beautiful loving the layout and the colours just gorgeous
    Hugs Kate xx

  7. Beautiful card, perfect for the occasion. Thank you so much for joining us at Allsorts this week x

  8. Beautiful, love the ribbon. Thanks for sharing at Brown Sugar Challenge!

  9. Thanks for entering our 'Anything Goes' challenge, your ribbon threading is most effective!

    Good luck!

    Anne x
    Lili of the Valley