A Pastel Thank You

Happy Sunday, at least for another few minutes.

I've been busy in the craft room off and on again today.  The hubs has been on a four day work spree with hospice, day and night, so the house has been quiet.  Wait, what am I saying?  We have two kittens who race and bound up and down the stairs and hallway, under and over furniture.  Then they "visit" me in my craft room only to steal my paper, paint brushes, tape and today Bella crawled into one of my stamp bins!  And here I thought when our boys moved out we'd have peace and quiet.  LOL  Anyhow, I have managed to do more crafting this weekend than I have in a while, feline chaos and mayhem aside.  

I'm sharing a card I made for the current Muse Challenge since I haven't been able to play for a while.  I took my inspiration from the colors, the butterfly and the layout, although I switched placement of the sentiment.


STAMPS: Butterfly Notes, Wild Garden (Catherine Pooler); Enchanted Garden (Sugarpea Designs for Catherine Pooler).
PAPER: White cardstock (Neenah); Midnight Black cardstock (Catherine Pooler).
INK: Midnight Black, Mint To Be, It's a Girl (Catherine Pooler).
EXTRAS: Pastel enamel dots.

For Following Challenges:

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Christine Alexander said...

Gorgeous Nance, Love the soft colours and the pretty butterflies.

Bonnie said...

Pretty butterflies, Nance! Glad your "babies" keep the house from being too quiet!

Suzanne D. said...

These butterflies are so cute. I love the color palette. I think I need to play around with these colors.

Keep It Sweet and Simple said...

This is such a pretty take on the Muse card.
Great butterfly design.

Neets B said...

Love the way you've used the colours of my card as your inspiration, those butterflies look so pretty. And the slim black frame lifts the whole design beautifully.
Thanks so much for playing along at Muse this week, Anita x

Robyn Oliver said...

Lovely card Nance,pretty colours and great how you used the butterflies for the layout

Ardyth said...

Beautifully done - love the spring colours and fresh feeling! Thanks for joining us at Muse this week!