This is Anita's daughter, Ariel; isn't she a pint-sized replica of her Mama? A week ago, Anita posted some pictures of her son's birthday party on her blog, and I commented how much I liked Ariel's shirt. Anita wrote back and said she was working on a card inspired by it and asked if I would like to make a card, too. So here is mine:
I tried to find colors as close to those in Ariel's shirt as I could: hot pink, orange, and yellow. The Artists Butterfly was a natural choice to bring all those colors together. I loved Ariel's little ruffled skirt, too, so that's what my pink flowers represent along the bottom of my card. And the bow represents the one in her hair. I added lots of glitter and gems to my butterfly (I seem to remember that little girls love them).
To see Anita's card, go to her blog here. Thanks, Anita, this was fun, forcing this pastel girl to use some colors I might not use on my own!
Supplies: Hero Arts H5416 Artists Butterfly, LL206 Take Good Care Greetings, brown, pink, orange, yellow cardstocks, Martha Stewart Butterfly punch, pink flowers and silk ribbon, orange gems, pink and gold glitter