Thursday, 10 March 2016

80th Birthday card

Ha, I don't know what I'm gonna do when I run out of this Lili of the Valley DP ... I think it's been the best used pad I've ever bought!
Anyway, this is a special request card - I was asked to maybe make something with books or travel or the Carribbean if I could and if not, not to worry.  So I pulled out all my stamps, had a play, evenutally chucked my efforts in the bin and went back to my fail-safe Whipper Snapper flowers!
Coloured with watercolour pencils and popped up on dimensionals.
Spectrum Noir sparkle added to the flowers, and clear gloss to the jar.

I kinda got carried away with my faux stitching ... the gingham strip looked better without it, but hey, can't turn back time!


  1. what a great birthday card! Love the pinks and that great flower! Thanks for playing along with Just Us Girls this week.

  2. So pretty! I love your choice and mix of the delicate patterns and your flowers in the mason jar are so sweet. All of the faux stitching looks great. Thanks for playing with us at JUGS!

  3. I love your beautiful flowers and those gorgeous patterned papers.....lovely card! Thanks for playing along with us at Just Us Girls!

  4. So very pretty! Those papers are just awesome and coordinate so beautifully. I can see why you like that pad so much!

  5. So beautifully you have coordinated the papers with the gorgeous sweetly colored image. So glad I dropped in to check out your blog
    Ps : I am having a celebration on my blog with prizes...would love to have you join in.Here is the link : 5 Million Page-views Celebration

  6. A beautiful floral creation Lynne and really like how you layered those pretty papers, many thanks for joining our March challenge at Stamping Sensations.

    B x

  7. A gorgeous card Lynne and Pat will love it!! As for the papers, check out Nitwits Collections as most of the LOTV paper pads originated from there in digital all is not lost my friend!!

  8. Found it for you

  9. A beautiful card, so delicate. Those papers are gorgeous, I was sad too when they stopped doing the papers. I think the faux stitching looks great, I'm guilty of getting carried away with it too, but you've pulled it off! Cara x

  10. This is the prettiest paper I've ever seen!! LOVE it! Pat is going to cherish this beautiful card!!


  11. Beautiful card Lynne I love those papers and how you have done the different patterns at the end also that lovely image is a wonderful creation
    lorraine x

  12. This is so pretty Lynne. Thanks for joining us at Stamping Sensations.

  13. Great card - such an elegant design.

    Thanks for joining us at the Crafty Calendar Challenge.

    Helen x


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