It's Monday and that always means the start of a new linky party at Make It Monday blog
Our sponsor is Lili of the Valley this week and the team have come up with some fabulous projects to inspire you with. For my card, I kept it fairly simple, not using a sentiment and letting the image and the lovely frame speak for themselves. I think this card would be suitable for quite a few occasions, Birthday, Thankyou, Valentines, Thinking of You etc.
A busy weekend for me postwise, I would love it if you scrolled down and checked out my previous post for 613 Avenue Create using a Rick St. Dennis image.
Well that brings me to congratulating our featured artist, Bethie J and also our winner, Debs M from last week's entries. I do hope you enjoy your prize. Don't forget to grab a badge too.
Here is my card to share, I managed to get the inside done too this time around so there's a pic of that also.
Front of card......
Inside of card....... Plenty of room to add a sentiment later
SU Real Red cardstock for base and diecuts
White card from stash
Image is a freebie - from a mini stack of images with a magazine purchase
Embossing folder was also a freebie, it's a large one with a blank area in the middle, ideal for my card.
Dies - Cheery-Lynn ~ Sweetheart Frame Die
- Cuttlebug ~ Hearts & Stamps
D/S Tape roller
We are very happy to have LOTV joining us this week and offering our winner
Lili of the Valley specialises in the design and production of gorgeous & unique rubber stamps, sentiment stamps, die-cut designs and papers for the cardmaking and crafting sector. “At Lili of the Valley, we strive to produce excellent quality products with beautiful designs that enable you to make lovely cards every time, simply and easily. We also pride ourselves on taking care with everything we do to make sure you receive great products, at a good price and as quickly as possible."
Oops! forgot to put in my POTW entries..... so just a quick edit to include a couple of favourites.
This first one is a collapsible box that you can post - check it out at Crafting Passions. Nancy shares how to make it too!!! You can find it here
My second choice is this one by Julie at Rainbow Days. A lovely colour themed card in blue and white. You can check it out here . I love that little pop of colour on the daisy.
Time for me to go and get dressed!!! have breakfast and wait for my little grandson to arrive for me to look after. He is such a cutie, but a bit of a ratbag at home at times. A typical 2 year old!
We are looking forward to popping in to your blogs this week and leaving you a comment. so come on and join the linky party and inspire others to get creative. Don't forget to stop by the DT team and leave some comments too. The fab prize this week will go to some lucky commenter, so make sure you pop in and leave some blog love to the other entries too and don't forget to mention you saw them at MIM this week.
Thanks for stopping by,