It's a happy card. Happy, because I know my relative is in a better place now and I know he wouldn't want me (or anybody else) to be sad about his death. He believed in enjoying life to the fullest. And he did well! I think he would like this card. He would prefer something bright and happy to something grey and sad. So I am dedicating it to him. As a celebration as his "rebirth". May he enjoy his life in heaven!
For this card I used yellow cardstock and three different papers from Provo Craft. For the main image I used the cute Rosie Posy stamp from LOTV and colored it with Promarkers and Faber Castell pencils. The pearls are from my stash. I also used 2 different ribbons - red satin ribbon and daffodil twill tape. They are both from Crafty ribbons. The corners, circle and scalloped circle are Spellbinders dies. The tiny butterflies are "leftovers" from the border punch that I used on my card. I made a banner myself (I just cut some triangles from different papers). The tiny flowers I used on the banner are made with my craft punch.
I think this card also fits the following challenges:
LOTV - Ideas to inspire: Birthday card
Designed to color: Tic Tac Toe (ribbon, banner, yellow)
Natalie and Amy: Diecuts
Scrap it girl: Recipe (1 stamped image, 2 punches and 3 designer papers)
Crafts and me: Dies or punches