Here is my contribution:
I have used bassil, Blue Awning blue floral embossed paper from K & company, scrap cardboard.
The die-cut (glans bilder) roses and border are real antiques from my husbands grandmothers collection!
The flowers are from Mulberry Gardenia - antique blue, I have distressed them with Lefranc & Bourgeois acrylic gold paint the same paint I used on the paper doilie behind the chipboard frame from Panduro, which I distressed with antique pink and white acrylic with a smudge of gold and then distressed around the edges with my distress ink - Vintage photo. The same I used to paint the motiv - Sugar nellie Gorjuss Foxy.
I have used light tan tyll, which is smudged in with white acrylic paint to help it stand out a bit.
After a rake around my scrap box and a nice hot cup of tea I found the little plastic butterfly and thought mmm 'butterflys are in what can i do with that?' After distressing it with inks I threaded it onto a dressmaking pin then added a pearl.
The paper edges are distressed with my making memories distresser ( and I think if I mention the word distress again I will be distressed!! He he lots of it going on here though so it is hard to avoid :O)
Last but not least the half pearls are from Prima and the Rhinestones are from Kaiser.
Phew! From all that discribing you would think that it took ages to make that card but it really didn't it just all flowed out of me and I really enjoyed myself making it.
Hugs Nina xx