Saturday, 6 July 2013

THESE ARE A FEW OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS...

Another quick post from me then I'm off for tea.  I've been torn between sunshine, tennis and crafting the last few days - how does a girl choose!!!

Anyway one of my lovely friends who attended my mini-workshop asked me to make a card for one of her colleagues who is leaving.  He's going off on a cruise to begin with so I've downloaded the images to make a beachy scene.  I really must give Lucy most of the credit for my card as she made a stunning card last week which she entered into the Less is More Challenge which gave me the idea.  So huge thanks to Lucy.

I'm going to enter my card into the Allsorts Challenge where the theme this week is 'Favourite Things' and probably like most people holidays would have to be at the top of my list.






Card Recipe:

Papers: Pink Petticoat - Ombre and The Papermill Shop
Sentiment: Computer Generated
Memory Box - Large Starburst Circle Die
Bakers Twine and Anchor charm from my stash

9 comments:

  1. Perfection! You REALLY have a eye for perspective, Sarah!!

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  2. Hi Sarah, this is so cool, love it,

    Liz x

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  3. This is so lovely Sarah love the layout. I've been torn between the tennis and sunshine too LOL huggles Sue x

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  4. Hi Sarah,

    I just wanted to pop by and say thank you for the lovely message that you sent me and for the mention on your blog!

    This is a fab card - sure to make the recipient smile!

    Lucy :-)

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  5. Gorgeous card Sarah, love the fab images and design.

    Donna x

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  6. Love this card Sarah,fabulous design :)
    Nessa xx

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  7. Perfect card Sarah; such a great design!
    xx

    PS thanks for leaving me such a lovely comment.
    xx

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  8. So pretty, thanks for joining us at Allsorts this week, xxx

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  9. What a gorgeous creation, the sun is amazing! Thank you so much for entering it to our challenge at Allsorts this week and good luck!

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