It has been a mixed bag with the weather this week - sunny one moment then torrential rain and heavy wind the next! I am just hoping that it is a little nicer for this weekend as I am going to the Think Parrots show down in London!
I have a card to share with you which I have made for hubbies Granddad for Father's Day:
I used a heavily patterned card blank to give the impression of a full garden in summer. I then added a strawberry panel to this using the Papermania Country Life patterned paper, and rounding the edges, after first adding a blue flower ribbon pennant to one side. I then added a strawberry panel from the same paper range and added some gardening stickers from out of my stash. I also had these carrot stickers left over from when I bought my ovo cage for the mice. Finally I added a tag to bring a mmore masculine element to the card and wrote Granddad on it in gold pen.
I would like to enter this card for the following challenges:
#190 For a special man
I alos have some random pictures from up by where we have a little dyke. I was looking for dragonflies and damselflies, but I did find these:
I would also like to share an update on my fishtank - 146hr34
Thank you for looking,
Such a cool card! I love the way you used the papers to give the feel of a full garden... really cool! He'll love the card! Thanks so much for playing along at Atlantic Hearts!ReplyDelete
Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Crafty Calendar, good luck!!! Amy DTReplyDelete
This is such a cute card! Love the little gardening tools! Thanks so much for sharing with us at AHSC! -Lori DTReplyDelete
I like your gardening thought process! Thanks for playing along with AHSC!ReplyDelete
Very nice card!!!ReplyDelete
I like your thinking about the full garden impression-and it worked-love all the elements and the nature pics-the fish tank is going to look amazing when finishedReplyDelete
A lot of creative thinking for this lovely card. Thank you for sharing your design in our "For a Special Man/Boy or Father’s Day" Challenge at Crafty Cardmakers!ReplyDelete