Sunday, 23 June 2013


Oh my goodness I've been missing blogging for so many days I'm practically having withdrawal symptoms!

I've had a couple of crazy days but lovely days too as my Crafty American Auntie arrived in the UK for a holiday with the family on Thursday so it's been great catching up with them and she is very 'naughty but nice' and brought me goodies so I'll be showing them on my cards soon.

So to my post and I'm all fingers and thumbs today as I've not been in the cupboard since Tuesday!

One of my many favourite blogs is The Tiny Blue Butterfly and Jen is celebrating her birthday this weekend so the theme at Less is More is to create a card for her.  Well her blog address does give a little clue as to what she might like which is why I've gone with butterflies and Lizy Bartaby at at Lizy's House of Cards let slip that Jen's favourite colour was 'Pool Party' - although I don't have this particular Stampin' Up colour I've tried to get as close as possible.

I've decided to combine the LIM challenge with this weeks CAS(E) this Sketch which I've added below if you want to have a go.

Card Recipe:

Image: Butterflies using Martha Stewart Punch
Papers: Glitter papers from my stash
Sentiment: Pink Petticoat
I can't resist a bit of bling so a few gems added from my stash


  1. What a lovely card. I particularly like the sentiment with that touch of bling.

  2. Perfect take on the sketch! I love the glitter and shine--sweet color, too!

  3. Hi, this is such a lovely card. Great layout and perfect details.
    Hugs Claudia

  4. This is really pretty and what a fab colour!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  5. This is gorgeous and I love the colours.

  6. Jen will LOVE this, and the special details inside, just her style!!

  7. Gorgeous colours and love the fact you decorated inside - a lovely touch! Paula xxx

  8. Great card Sarah, loving the green and the sparkle esp., and the pretty butteflies of course :) Viv xx

  9. fab card
    thank you so much for the birthday wishes.
    "Less Is More"


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