Thursday, 27 September 2012
A little bit of country - Sarah Kay
Hello, feeling better today and as both boys are now full time I am able to hopefully get into my craftroom more.
This is made for my sisters wedding anniversary tomorrow she will be married 5 years, they got married in the USA hence my choice of image, it was fun trying to get hold of them to say I had my son early, thankfully one of their best friends lived out there and she kindly got them to call me.
Image is a little bit of country got from Stamp and Create. Paper is kaisercraft vintage timeless, the flowers are woc, pearls are a rak of Heather, the lace is a scrap, the ribbon is again woc, and the sparkles on the flowers are from Stamp and Create.
I have followed PTW #72 sketch.
PTW - sketch ~72
Frilly and funky - autumn colours
Stampavie and more - sparkles
Simon says anything goes
Crafty sentiments - fall colours
Everybody art - autumn colours
flourishes - fall
Tuesday throw down - autumn colours
paperplay - flowers and lace
it is all about the vintage - brown tones
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Hi sweetie! What a gorgeous and pretty card! Love the colors and the adorable image! Pretty embellies too! I'm sure your friend will love this card! Thanks for joining us over at It's All About The Vintage & Beauty Challenge! Good Luck! Hugs and sunshine
Great minds think alike don't they with our posts today. Gorgeous card. Will be lovely to see more of you blogging. I have some candy on offer..
Verry nice card!
Lovely card! The pearls are such a wonderful guiding line as a partial frame. Love it. Thanks for sharing with us at Frilly & Funkie!
Adorable, gorgeous card.
Goodness, this s So Daned Sweet! Love Sarah Kay images and you sure brought this one to life! So glad you could join us at Tuesday Throwdown! 8-)
gorgeous creation thanks for joining us at PTW hugs Jill xx
This is gorgeous, love the sweet image and style of your card. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Sentiments this week and good luck xx
Beautiful - thanks so much for joining us on Paperplay this week.
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