Thursday, April 28, 2011

Thinking of You

Morning All,
It took me a while to get on line this morning, but my fabulous Hubby was here to come to my rescue (once again). Today's card is a little Thinking of You card for my next OWH box that did not end up the way I was thinking it would, but I guess that's life. What happened was, I was holding the flowers over the card just to see if I liked them and somehow I lowered them too much and they stuck so that is where they stayed. Not only did I do that once, but twice. DUH!! Sometimes I just don't learn from my mistakes. Anyway my image is from an old Stampin Up set that is long since retired. I colored it with Copic Markers and cut it out and matted it with Circle Nestabilities. As you can see, I sponged both circles while they were in the die. I adhered this to a cream colored almost wood grain paper that I got years ago at AC Moore. I love this paper. The card base is Bashful Blue from Stampin Up. I was going to leave it right there, but then I just tried the flowers and you know what happened. I don't think we have to worry about this card ending up in the OWH hospital because those flowers falling off, because they aren't going anywhere. LOL


  1. I think the gremlins were helping you create this card today Donna! :) They put the flowers where they wanted them to go and you had nothing to do with it!! Right?? Right!! Now that that's settled, this turned out to be quite a pretty card! I love the 2 different styles of flowers and especially how you sponged the image while in the die! Great card!

  2. I really like your card. The flowers look perfect to me. I like peaceful country scenes like your chair! Perfect!!

  3. Your card is just lovely! Thank you for visiting my blog. You have a lot of nice cards here, I am coming back later to look more. As you read on my blog, My birthday was today, and it was a lovely day, a very busy day, and I am exhausted so my computer time for tonight is limited!!!Smile...thanks again.

  4. It's a lovely card. I've used a glue that works on everything - helmar 450. And it acts fast too.


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