My goodness, I've certainly piled it on on this card! Not one of my more CAS efforts......
The backing paper is from the old Artylicious "Filigree Fusions" CD and the image from a CD called "Victorian Ladies" that doesn't appear to have a brand name. I used a Marianne Creatables border die and a Spellbinders oval. Everything was edged with a very light touch of Tea Dye DI. I wanted to thread ribbon through the slots in the border, but had nothing in a suitable colour, so I dyed some white organza ribbon by dragging it over the surface of a Broken China DI pad.
The pearl embellishments are from The Handcrafted Card company and the tiny butterflies were a gift from a friend.
Before I move on to sharing this card, I'd like to share something else - the news that I've been chosen for the "Designer for a day" slot in the October 2015 issue of Quick Cards Made Easy: the card I made for it has already been shared on my blog.
Right, back to the blogs I'm playing along with today:
CD Sundays - Pearls and Lace
Oooh La La creations - Ribbons and Bows
Suzy Bee's Blooming Challenge - Vintage/Shabby Chic
Glitter and Sparkle - Use a Punch or a Die Cut
A Bit More Time To Craft - Anything Goes