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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

A Flower for You

Hi everyone, a quick post tonight as I have my granddaughter, Layla, staying with me. Went out to craft this morning and have another new lady on my table, She did her own thing today, but would like to learn paper embroidery, so I need to dig out a couple of patterns for her to try for next Wednesday.It rained consistently today and someone decided to "help" me take my gear out to the car when I hadn't asked for help. I actually wanted to pick up the pull along crates so I didn't drag everything through puddles, I took one and came most of the way back to get the second only to find my basket had fallen off the top of the crate as the man had pulled it along and I had stamps and punches sitting in a big puddle! I wasn't very impressed.
Anyway, I am hoping it doesn't make my punches rusty!
Well, after that gripe, I would like to share my card, I haven't put a sentiment on it this time. I've stamped the little girl onto a nestie diecut and made faux stitching around the edge. The DSP is mounted onto choc chip cardstock and then the ribbon tied onto that. The whole thing is then mounted onto a blue basecard.
Thanks for popping in today,
Take Care,
Sandy

6 comments:

  1. This little girl is so adorable - I love her pose! And such nice colouring as always...

    xxx Monica

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  2. hello Sandy .Love the card as it is really quite sweet .
    Love the frame and your faux stitching /doodling around edges .
    hugs Shirley

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  3. Hi Sandy,
    What a cute little gitl in her blue dress, great card..
    Sorry about the mishap with you equipment. Hope everything is okay.

    Judie

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  4. Now....if I'd been there, I would have been riflin' through your stash, soon as your back was turned...ha!
    Love the girlie, Sandy....that paper is very pretty...do you give lessons on colouring...you should, you're an expert!

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  5. Oh, how gorgeous. Your colouring of the image is beautiful - and love how you framed the image with the faux stitching - looks so fab!

    I would have been so annoyed too at having my craft stuff in a puddle esp. the punches - and hope that the wood on your stamps doesn't swell up from the water. I would be worried about the metal bits in the punches going rusty too - you might need to check them closely over the next few days. Maybe try punching them to squeeze out any water inside.

    {{hugs}} and blessings
    Jocelyn

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  6. Oh Sandy, she is just soooo sweet! I love your doodling too - perfect finishing touch!

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