Hi everyone. Hope this post finds you all okay today.
I was going to show you Stuart's Birthday card today but my back went into spasm and I haven't been able to photograph it so I've got a card that didn't get posted last year. I hope you like it.
A close up of the stall....
A close up of the stall....
I liked this card so much that I made another to sell and put this one in a white box frame. It now sits on the shelf of my dresser.
Card Blank- 6" x 6" Craftwork Cards.
Anna Marie Designs 'Blissful Peach', 'Blissful Pink' & 'Blissful Cotton ' paper pads.
Maja Designs 'Vintage Spring Basics' (flowers).
Marianne Design 'Rustic Wood' (for flower tubs).
Tattered Lace 'Shades Green Card'.
Core'dinations Tim Holtz Distress Collection 'Vintage Photo' (wheel & canopy posts).
Spellbinders 'Triple Floral Frames'.
Creative Expressions 'Herald Square' (to remove centre of the frame), Delicate Garden Frame' (flowers only).
Tonic 'With Love' (oval)
Tattered Lace Essentials 'Pin Dot Squares' (flowers for sale sign)
Joy Crafts 'Grass'.
Magnolia Doohickeys Box Magazine 'Volume 10' (flower stand, labels & vases)
Memory Box 'Garden Tools' (wooden tubs).
Medium- Copics 'Ciao' (vases).
Ink- Distress Ink 'Walnut Stain'.
Sign- computer generated.
Tim Holtz 'Long Fasteners' for wheel and sign. Stickles in 'Stardust'. 'Vellum' for vases from Chloe Creative Cards.
'Twine' for sign from stash.
Long list of craft things there!
Chris and Lexi have now reached Stuart's cousin in MacKay who Stuart has not since she and her family moved to Australia when she was about 7yrs old. It's great that they are getting to meet her and her family.
That's all from me today. Hopefully my back will improve and I'll get to finally show you Stuart's card.
Happy crafting my friends!
Very pretty card.ReplyDelete
What a lovely card. Love the soft colours and beautiful dies you used.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous card! Love this idea! I'm not surprised you wanted to make another one! Love the hanging sign I keep meaning to try something similar and those little flowers and pots are so fab!ReplyDelete
Debra this is gorgeous, love the way you have the awning done on the cart too...love this.xxxReplyDelete
Hope you are ok, thinking of you.xx ♥[aNNie]
This is beautiful and so worthy of being framed. The papers are so pretty and I must find that gorgeous frame set...I reeeeeeally need it!! Hope you are soon feeling a bit better xxReplyDelete
Debra you have created a wonderful scene, the background design, colors and flower cart are perfect.ReplyDelete
Oh Debra, I'm so sorry that you have pain, hope that your back spasm could finish and you feel better soon!!!ReplyDelete
This card is a true delight, such a fabulous shabby feel it has! I know why you have done another to sell! Well done! You have created a wonderful scene with this flower stall, it's so detailed and sweet!! The cute tiny flowers in the vases are just adorable, as the grass, the wheel of the stall and the sign!! How many attencion to the details!! LOVE the flourish frame border you used all around and that inside!!! Another amazing creation from you!
It's lovely that Chris meets Stuart's cousin in Australia! How small is the world, isn't it? :)
Big hugs my dear friend!
Oh no, hope your back is better soon xx Your card is gorgeous, such a pretty design :o) Hugs, Lisa xReplyDelete
Hi Debra just such a pretty design I just love it especially those fab tiny flowers and the gorgeous border. I hope your back sorts itself soon so you can get your photo taken. Thats amazing to visit relatives on the other side of the world I bet they make them so welcome. You take care Love and hugs Carole xReplyDelete
wow, such a lovely card. I love your style, every card you make is just perfect!ReplyDelete
Thank you for trying Copy & Paste, you lovely lady, I had tried that and the image quality was rubbish so gave up!! xxReplyDelete
Wow Debra, your card is simply delightful! Looking at this one made me smile and feel happy inside! The colors, the background, the tiny little flowers are all perfection💕 So sorry to hear about your back. Back pain is one of the worse because no matter what you try to do it hurts. I hope you are feeling much better by now. Xoxo, JanetReplyDelete
How gorgeous this is Debra...so many gorgeous details and love the variety of dies you have used...I have to go hunt for some of them.ReplyDelete
This is so pretty I'm not surprised you have it on a shelf, it deserves to be on display (and you made us wait a whole year before sharing!)ReplyDelete
So sorry to hear about your back, I'm a bit behind so I hope it wasn't painful for too long