Good Morning Ladies,
Today's card is a very special card that Brenda made for her Friends 80th birthday back in December.
It is made with Sue Wilson's 'Azores' Die set from The 'Atlantic Collection', it looks amazing Brenda, the 'tone on tone' colour theme really shows the die set off beautifully.
Your stunning hand made roses in that delicate peach/pink add that 'extra special' touch, I love how you have placed them as if they were growing on the stem. Your sentiment and that delicate butterfly are the perfect finishing touch.
Thank you so much for sharing your card with all of us. XXX
I would like to apologise because for some reason half of yesterday's blog didn't post.
I basically explained that Sue and I did lots of packing in my craft room, to the point that you could hardly move in there! We also went out for lunch, which was a nice break from this chaotic house! Thanks for a lovely day Sue XXX
Yesterday Pat and I went out for a birthday lunch at Pat's favourite place (Aston Pottery), we ate and had a lovely browse around the shop, they have some lovely gifts but can be quite pricey! I hope you enjoyed your lunch Pat XXX
When I got back I packed more of my craft room, it just keeps coming, there is a vast difference between what I use and what I have !! But as I said before I have been crafting for 15 years and I have quite a range of 'Crafting Through the ages' tools, I think I might do a post about the different tools etc.
Sue and I were laughing at some of my very old cards, which gave us the idea of having a blog post featuring your first cards, are you brave enough, I think we will all be in the same boat! Card styles have changed quite a lot.
I hope that you all have a lovely day,
love and hugs,