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Saturday, September 10, 2011

China Cup

It's me again, hope you are all enjoying your weekend! I normally meet up with friends to craft on Saturdays but Judy is away and as we meet at her house we had to call our get together off. Instead I ended up having to go to a 2 hour rehearsal to learn Cole Porter music for a concert next month. It was just for the sopranos (that's me) and the altos. Will see on Tuesday night if it helped us when the whole choir practise. I still had my granddaughter here so I dropped her off to stay with my eldest daughter and then picked her up afterwards. When I got home my other daughter was here so we went and had lunch out and then went to the shops for a while. We just made it home in time for my son and DIL and 2 other grandchildren came to pick up Layla. They stayed about an hour. Rachel and I then had a quick snack for tea and went off to see "The Zoo Keeper" It was okay, not as funny as I thought it would be.
So, that's my day, pretty much on the go all day.
Well that brings me to the card I want to share today, you guessed it just put the finishing touches to it and popped it into the scanner.
I've used a black basecard and adhered a white punched piece - Martha Stewart punch - and then a DSP from a mini stack by Cre8tv. ribbon was from stash. I inked the sentiment from Judith in Basic Grey. I cut a deckled oval die cut in white card and stamped the image in Close to Cocoa and coloured with Marvy Markers and the large flower with Copics. The image is from All Night Media.
Thanks for stopping by and for all your wonderful comments.
Enjoy your weekend.
Sandy

7 comments:

  1. Hello Sandy. I just love your creations. This is so beautiful, fabulous image and I just love the background and your border, a perfect combination. Love it. Happy crafting and enjoy your weekend. Thank you for always coming to visit and leave comments on my blog.

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  2. Such an elegant teacup... tha rose makes it look so romantic. The polkas look perfect and so does the ribbon. Is the sentiment handwritten?

    xxx Monica

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  3. Hi Sandy
    Beautiful, love the black and white paper. Great image. TFS

    Judie

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  4. This is gorgeous,love the image.xxx

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  5. Oh how delicate and lovely this looks Sandy!
    Cheers
    Sonia
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  6. there is something about teacups, that is inviting ..good one...love mum

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  7. Hi Sandy .Thanks for today and sharing some " nesties"
    This card looked so elegant in real life , lovely colouring of teacup and flowers. .
    hugs Shirley

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