Time for a new challenge over at ATCAS the fabulous Helen is our hostess this time around and she has chosen the code word Pink. I love pink and found it very difficult to come up with a card because I love it so much. For my card, I used this pretty Coneflower die by Honey Bee stamps which was coloured with Distress Oxide inks in Picked Raspberry and Kitsch Flamingo, the same colours were sponged inside the aperture and liberally sprayed with water and moved about with my heat gun. The pink hot foiled dot circle is by Spellbinders, the sentiment is a sticker by Mr. Holtz popped up with a little foam and not forgetting some clear Nuvo drops hither and thither on the coneflower.
We do hope you will join us at ATCAS the design team has come up with some beautiful cards to inspire and delight and I look forward to seeing your cards in our gallery.
I had a fantastic few days with my girlfriends in Halkidiki Greece they thoroughly spoiled me we had so much fun and hope to meet up again at Christmas if we aren’t in lockdown by then! I’m off again in the next few days with another dear friend as my boss ( the hubby) has given me six weeks off until my cast comes off. I have a doctor’s appointment this week to see how the broken bones in my arm are healing and hopefully, the cast will be off in the next few weeks which will make my life a whole lot easier.
This is simply stunning! Can’t believe how talented you are. Beautifully made and with a broken arm no less, you’re on a league of your arm love the sentiment, perfection.
Thank you so much
Love that pretty pink flower ! Beautiful simplicity!
Well, that is a stunning card UB. Love it!!!! Hope your arm is healing nicely. Take care, Flo x
Hello PF still in a lot of pain and it’s a nuisance since I can’t go swimming and it’s
so hot hopefully mid September cast will be off.so nice to hear from you hope you are both well
A really stunning card UB. Love it!!! Hope the arm is healing nicely. Take care, hugs Flo xx
There is beauty in simplicity when you do it Marie, this is outstanding, love the shading and the – Well! Everything. You aught to be ashamed showing us up, when you make this gorgeous creation whilst having a cast to deal with.
The truth is Faith it really is difficult even though it’s the left hand so I feel my cards aren’t up to par hopefully by mid-September the cast will be off.Thanks so much for popping by
Did you seriously make this beauty one-handed Marie?! You are amazing! Thank you for introducing me to another technical term – Hither and Thither. It is the term I never knew I needed but will now be using at every opportunity! I do hope that cast will be off soon and that you are healing up quickly and efficiently. Really happy to hear you had a great time with the Balcony Girls! Vicky x
Yes, I am the one-hand cardmaking bandit! In truth, it is very difficult and quite painful but I am brave(not) hopefully by mid September the cast will be off and I can make something decent.
Oh so pretty in pink!!
Thank you so much
So pretty in pink! I have this die and have yet to put it to use.
First time I have used it and I love it.Thank you for stopping by