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Meljen's Designs Rag Rabbits Trinkets


I recently found out that a friend of the family is going to be a grandma to a new baby girl soon. They are expecting her any day now. I made this card using Meljen's Designs Rag Rabbit's Trinkets to send to congratulate the new grandparents.
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Be sure to check the Meljen's Designs Challenge & Inspiration blog on Thursday to see find out what the new challenge will be.
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Thank you for looking!
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Challenges for this card:

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Supplies:

  • Images: Rag Rabbit's Trinkets by Meljen's Designs
  • Papers & CS: PaperTrey kraft CS, Georgia Pacific white CS, Sunday digital paper pack from Three Paper Peonies
  • Inks: None
  • Tools & Embellishments: Prismacolor pencils & OMS, misc. lace & ribbon, paper piercer, Inkssentials white pen, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Sakura Gelly Roll clear glitter pen

Comments

Love the soft pink and that you gave a little color boost the the heart and star on the image!
we've both got baby themes today :)
Maria
Jolara said…
that is soooo lovely ! joyce xoxo
Karin said…
Such a cute bunny image and perfect for a baby theme. Love the lace too!
Lexi said…
this is such a sweet pretty card! Thanks for playing at Lexi's Creations

Hugs Lexi xxx
Marlene said…
What an adorable card! I see MelJen has created a new line for Whimsy....adorable! (Bought some stamps today).
Kim E said…
What an adorable card! I just love that ribbon...beautiful! Thanks for playing with us this week at Incy Wincy. Hugs, Kim
Tracey said…
This is a beautiful card Cheryl, love the soft colours :)

Thanks for joining us at Lexi's Creations & Good Luck!

Hugs
Tracey
x
Karen said…
Very nice, thanks for joining us at Digi Doodle Shops Best.
xx
Dawn said…
What an adorable image. Love that you used such soft colors, it just makes such a beautiful card.
craftymum said…
Super card
Thanks for joining us at TG this week
Love sarah XXX
perfect image and perfect ribbon!
Faye said…
This card is just stunning, I love it. Thanks for playing at Lexi's. x
Judy said…
This is so sweet! What an adorable image, and the ribbon is gorgeous!! Thank you so much for entering this in our challenge at Digi Doodle Shop's Best.

Hugs
Annika said…
I truly admire the beautiful soft glow of your card. It's incredibly beautiful!
TFS
Hugs
Annika
Monika Reeck said…
Love your ribbon love your PP and your images is soo cute...really lovely creation....ADORABLE CARD...thanks for playing with us at DDSB challenge this week. Hugs, Monika
Kathy said…
So soft, pretty and girly. Love you ribbon and lace combo, looks fab.
carol said…
Gorgeous card, thankyou for sharing your creation with Craftycatz, x carol
KymKreates said…
Oh my gosh!!! I am banana's over this one!!! Thanks so very much for joining us at Digi Doodle Shop's Best and good luck!
KymKreates
What an adorable card...I love the colors you used.....thanks for joining us at Digi Doodle Shop's Best challenge and look forward to seeing you again next week.

Harriet
Linda Beeson said…
What a sweet image especially with that neat lacey border.
Alice Wertz said…
so adorable!! beautiful card!
Amy said…
So so cute!! Love that little bunny!
brenda said…
Hi Cheryl

So sweet and delicate adn beautiful lace and ribbon down the side.

Thanks for sharing with us at Allsorts this week and good luck.

B x
Pat (mspfd) said…
How sweet! What an adorable card. The lace and ribbon look fabulous.
Allison said…
This is beautiful...such a warm palette with a great ribbon treatment!
Joanne Gilch said…
Your card is gorgeous. The little bunny image is adorable.
Tami said…
Really like the soft colors and the ribbon with lace. Thanks for playing at Aly's
debby4000 said…
Oh what a gorgeous card, sweet image and fab colours.
luv
Debby
lynn said…
such an adorable card and bunny, cheryl--in fact, your blog is full of cuteness:)
raindropecho said…
This...is...ADORABLE!! What more can I say?
Jenny said…
so cute!! and im having a challenge this week sponsored by MelJen Designs... come check it out!! :) :) :) :) :) :)
Andrea said…
This is so cute, and I love the lace - gorgeous!
Micki said…
OMG, this is beautiful. Love the lace and the soft colors! Awesome card :-)
Kim Dellow said…
Oh that is so cute Cheryl! Love the colours. Thanks for joining the Quixotic Paperie Challenge this week. Kim

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