Saturday, 4 May 2013


Hi Everyone ... Hope you are enjoying the Bank Holiday Weekend.  I'm hoping the sun is going to put in a proper appearance sometime soon as it's been iffy so far today.

I've been asked to make a wedding card this week and when I saw this week's challenge at Papertake Weekly I decided to give it a go as it fitted nicely with the layout I was aiming for.

These LOTV images are great, they're so cute and there's always something for any occasion.  They are fast becoming my favourite images.

Well that's all for now as I'd like to get down to entering a few more challenges so perhaps see you later.

Card Recipe:

Image: LOTV
Papers: Wild Rose Studio - I think these were a freebie from QCME a while ago
A little bit of dazzle from Glamour Dust and pearls from my stash


  1. Hi Sarah

    I do so agree about those LOTV images - love the pre-coloured ones for speed. A beautiful card, love the layout and the colours you used - and yes, I think those papers did come with QCME magazine a while ago. Am sure free papers are about the best freebies with magazines :)

    Hugs, Di xx

    1. I agree Di free papers are great especially as they all coordinate so beautiful cos I'm usually a bit scared of mixing patterns in case it looks OTT. Thanks for calling by again. x

  2. So beautiful Sarah! I love the image and, yes, those papers were from QCME - they were fab!

    1. Thanks Katina glad you like the card and yes I've found a card I submitted to QCME using those very papers so may have to post that at some point. x

  3. Gorgeous card Sarah :-) the image is beautiful and the papers and colours are fabulous, I am sure the happy couple will love this :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Papertake Weekly Challenge
    Lols x x x

    1. thanks Lorraine, great to hear from you and lovely comments.


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