Friday, January 27, 2012

A bit flowery..

for me but I couldn't stop once I had started. This card is also for the card class to show how to make the straight ribbon. I also wanted the girls to practice stamping with the background but I think it is a little too busy for my taste.


I want to send quite a few Thank you cards to various individuals and businesses that have helped the Reach out Centre and this is one for the Thank You Card box...it's a bit like a bouquet of flowers!!


I love the Woodware Christmas Flowers Punch...but sadly it decided to break after only a few weeks of use...and I was so careful about the thickness of card I used. I will therefore have to wait a few weeks before the class can make this card as I am waiting for a replacement punch.


Card Supplies :
Card blank, ribbon fromstash.
Brad - Creative Imaginations.
Butterfly - Buyology.
Flower - Woodware, L-Em.com.
Scroll - Cheery Lynn.
Inner die - Marianne Designs.
Bling - Papercellar.
Ink - Brilliance Pearlescent.
Stamps - Hero Arts.
Candiworks.


I would like to enter the following challenges:
PaperCrafting Journey - Floral.
Hotshot Craft - Flowers.




Thank you for visiting,
Have a wonderful crafting week,
Sandra
xxx

10 comments:

  1. This is a lovely card and like all the little things you have added. have a nice weekend
    x catherine

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  2. Hello Sandra. You have some beautiful cards. I really like your feminine style. I wanted to thank you for the lovely comment you left on my blog. To answer your question the stitching on my bird card is by hand. My sewing machine is having some issues right now and I usually prefer the way my hand-stitching looks. Other people seem to be able to machine stitch beautifully, but I have been challenged in that area. I have a stitching template that is really meant for faux stitching on scrapbook pages. I use it to punch my holes so that the stitching comes out even and straight. It takes a little time, but I always like the result. Thanks again for leaving me a comment. I hope you'll visit again sometime.
    Judy
    Prairie Wildflower Designs

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  3. Oh wow, your card is gorgeous. So elegant! I love purple and the butterfly. Amazing!

    I'll write you another comment here about my "secret" (I'd e-mail you, but unfortunately I couldn't find your email). Once you read it, you can delete it.

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  4. Beautiful! I'd love for you to link up with me at 52 Card Pickup, a cardmaking celebration!

    http://www.oldbackporch.com/2012/01/52-card-pickup-week-4.html

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  5. A super card, Thank you for joining us at HSC.
    Hugs Sarah
    p.s. I have blog candy for old and new followers on my blog

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  6. Gorgeous card Sandra

    im trying to contact you regarding DT position but you dont have an email addy on your blog so can you contact me please at

    shaz11uk@sky.com

    hugs Shaz x

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  7. Beautiful card - love the lilac colour you chose x
    Thanks for playing along @ paper crafting journey & good luck x
    ((hugs)) Suzie xoxo

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  8. So cute! I'd love for you to link up with me at 52 Card Pickup, a cardmaking celebration...

    http://www.oldbackporch.com/2012/02/52-card-pickup-week-5.html

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  9. This is so pretty Sandra, I love all the details :)
    Hugs
    Tracey
    x

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  10. wow...what a gorgeous card! love the shapes and colours of it!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

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