Friday, 15 April 2016

Sparkly Primroses

Brrrr it's a cold day out there, the North wind always makes our house feel chilly.  On the plus side it was a great drying day on the washing line, though on the minus side there's that pile of ironing ... think I can probably ignore it for another day or two before it topples ;)

My card today uses an ooooooold stamp that I bought years ago at the Belfast craft show thinking it would be good for a sympathy card and then really struggled to use it.  I've coloured my image with watercolours, and then decoupaged them (haven't done that for ages either!)  Added Spectrum Noir sparkle to the flowers and clear gloss to the swirls and then doodled a border to match the image.  I like how it turned out, so hopefully I'll not be leaving it so long before inking again!


  1. This is the card none of us like to make but you have done a fabulous job. Thanks for sharing it with us at MAWTT. Good luck and we would love to see you again next time. Christine DT x

  2. Oh my goodness Lynne! I am sorry for the need we all have of Sympathy cards but these are so so lovely!! each one is sweeter than the last. Whoever gets these will feel the love you put in to each one!


  3. That's really lovely sympathy card Lynne, the delicate colours are perfect xx

  4. What a beautiful card. Love Dawn x

  5. Beautiful floral card and perfect for a sympathy card.

  6. Beautiful, I love your signature delicate colour palette. It's guaranteed to bring comfort to the recipient. Cara x

  7. Woke up to snow this morning! Your card is beautiful, love the decoupage effect, Jo x

  8. Beautiful card, love the sot colours.

  9. Lynne this is beautiful, the image and colours are so pretty a top notch make
    lorraine x

  10. The gold touch is awesome, love these gems!
    Thanks for playing along with us over Simon Says Stamp! Monday Challenge!
    Hugs Zoey

  11. Great card love the design. Thanks for playing with us at Dream Valley Challenges!
    Neva DT


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