Can't believe the spare time I have now that the Olympics are over.
What fun it's been cheering on our athletes. Almost lost my voice during the hockey games.
Today I'd like to show you the card I made for my daughters birthday.
The shape is a Spellbinder Grand Scallop Square. The pink layer was added using 3D dots. I then cut and embossed two SB Gold Elements One dies and joined them together before adding to the pink layer. Recollections string pearls are self adhesive so they are great to work with. The medallion from SB Gold Elements One was cut, embossed and added with 3D dots as well. All the paper is from Papertrey Ink as well as the matching ribbon for the bow. I added pearls and a silver heart to the stick pin.
and the theme chosen by our fabulous Lisa is Spring.
I saw this cutie pop up lately on a few of the talented blogs I follow and decided it was time I tried my hand at colouring her. I bought her last year and sadly this is the first time she has been inked. She is a Magnolia stamp called Tilda with Tulips.
I hope you are all well and safe in the horrible weather we've had around the globe recently.
I celebrated a birthday on Saturday and what a wonderful day it was.
I truly am blessed with the best husband, family and friends.
....and I unwrapped lots of crafting goodies so you might see some soon.
Unfortunately I lost internet connection yesterday and since it was Family Day the stores were closed and I couldn't get the part I needed until today. I made my way thru all the snow we received overnight and finally got things up and running again this morning!
...crazy how dependent we are on technology!
I couldn't wait to share the card my oldest Granddaughter (age 11) made for me.
She drew the image by hand and coloured it with the Copics I had given her for Christmas.
I am sooo proud of my ubber talented little "jellybean".