I just had to make a card for this challenge at Creative Inspirations, where the rules where
'say it in sepia'
Its not a very 'busy' card, but i think it works ok. Although my husband (I always ask his opinion) mentioned that the actual card/background was very white, i didn't think it mattered because it joined together the watercolour paper used to stamp on and the paper i used to print out the message on. What say'eth you?!
I have used some scrap card, Bazzil and some ripped paper from a box of chocolates (consumed ages ago, and not only by me ;O). Flowers from Storyteller, and a bronze flower with a heart that I have attached with string - all from Minne Hjørne.
The girl is called 'Willow with hot chocolate' by Elisabeth Bell, and I have painted her with my distress ink - Vintage photo, then cut her out with nesties.
The Ribbon actually has a beautiful damask pattern on it if the light catches it the right way, and my scanner didn't catch it, dispite several attemps :O( Anyway it was a present from my friend Wenche, who picked it up whilst on her recent holiday away in ...erm... Spa - land :OD