Little Girl Happiness


I made this card for the RESQ challenge (resq02), which is an inspiration picture of an adorable tea set. I also used the latest mojo sketch (mojo80).

The tea set reminded me of a kids tea party, so I went with soft colors and the little girl image.

The ribbon knot is supposed to be a rose. Since the ribbon is so narrow the rose isn’t as blossomy as what I’ve done with wider ribbons. I found instructions for doing the ribbon rose on Kirsten’s blog you can see her video tutorial here.

Happiness Bloom
All supplies Stampin’Up! unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: And Everything Nice;
Ink: Noir (Palette), Pretty in Pink, Tempting Turquoise, Certainly Celery;
Paper: white (PTI), Barely Banana, Pretty in Pink, Tempting Turquoise, Certainly Celery, Loves Me DSP, Celery Prints DSP;
Other: scallop punch, turquoise ribbon, flowers (Prima), brads (Pink Hedgehog);

8 thoughts on “Little Girl Happiness

  1. Cute as can be, Karen. Looks like you’ve incorporated all the colors in the tea set in this darling card. Love the little vintage looking girl and the sweet, sweet sentiment. Thanks for playing our challenge.

  2. SO adorable Karen! I love the soft pretty pastels and that ribbon looks fabulous! Going to check that out right now! Thanks again for playing along!

  3. I love it, Karen! The image is a great choice for the tea set, and I love the scallops and ribbon rose. Thanks so much for playing along on the challenge! šŸ™‚

  4. The colors do look like a child’s tea set! I love this fresh and springy card. The ribbon rose is delightful! Thank you for sharing the link and thank you for playing the ResQ challenge this week.

  5. First of all, Karen, I have to tell you how much I love the colors on your blog and the ease of reading with the font and colors you’ve used. Wonderful! Now about your ResQ card–again, I just love the colors and the image is so sweet and appealing. Thanks for playing with us again–appreciate your support.

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