Saturday, 10 March 2012

Mothers Day bottle tag and card

Good morning,
todays post is for a a few challenges:
Passion for promarkers: Mum or female relative
Official magnolia: Bottle and 2 butterlies.
Cutie pie: Swirls and pearls.

I made a bottle hanger/ tag and a matching card in aid of mothers day.
Papers:Kaisercraft - Pink gelato
Flowers: Wild orchid crafts


  1. Love the way you have combine both card and jacket. Love the colours and your sweet spring image. hugs Shelley

  2. Gorgeous set.. lovely colouring!!
    Hugs! Brittany, xoxo

  3. Beautiful work so cute thank you for joining us at cutie pie lindyloo x

  4. wow these are beautiful natalie.stunning colours and details and the tilda is so sweet.
    thanks for joining us this week at PFP :D

    xx coops xx

  5. Hi Natalie.
    Really a great card. Love the cute image and both your layout and coloring is fab! Thanks for joining our challenge at PFP:)

  6. Natalie, your card & bottle tag make a wonderful Mother's Day gift set. Tilda is beautifully coloured with so many gorgeous details. Thanks for joining us at Tomic this week. Hugs Jodie from Oz xx

  7. Hoya Natalie, this is so sweet, great to see you joining in with the cutie pies again xx

  8. Gorgeous bottle decoration!
    Thanks for joining us this week at TOMIC and good luck for the draw!
    Love from France, Kianel.

  9. Hi Natalie, what a beautiful matching set. I love the image and gorgeous colours. Thanks for joining in with my challenge over at PFP. Hugs, Denise x
    I'm sorry for the late comment x

  10. A wonderful creation hun! Thanks for playing at Wednesday's Creative Inspirations Challenge Blog! xxx

  11. What a sweet and feminine card! Great job!
    Thanks for joining the WOC Challenge this time around!
    Hugs, Dena


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