Monday, November 9, 2009

Picking flowers from the Garden


I'm not too good at keeping these blog posts up, am I? My friends arrived last Tuesday from England, and I havnt done a single thing in my craft room since. So, last night a threw an extemely simple card together, added Tilda, and voila. Dry embossing and colouring with copics is as hard as this one gets. I used flower soft on the basket of flowers. The photo corner looks terrible on this picture, but in real life its actually nearly the same colour as tilda's dress. Hopefully I'll get back into the swing of things soon and try and post a bit more often. Bye till then.

9 comments:

  1. Cute card, love the fence, the flowers and the Tilda is Super cute!! Glad to have you back!!

    Hugs,
    Patricia

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  2. She is very sweet with her little basket of Flower Soft! Your picket fence and flowers are such an pretty addition to finish the card. Glad you're back a creating again...

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  3. Adorable card, Lorraine! Love that fence and Tilda is adorable with her basket of flowers. Those flowers are adorable too! I love it! hugs!

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  4. Cute card! Good job of coloring Tilda. I love that Flower Soft stuff I've got to try and find some.

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  5. Lorraine, your card is beautiful, love the garden scene and tilda is just adorable. Great to hear from you again, have missed you.
    Hugs Jodie from Oz

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  6. How sweet to make this little garden scene for Tilda. The flowersoft inside her basket is fabulous addition!
    Hugs,
    Cabio

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  7. Ooooo I like the flowersoft in the basket and the picket fence. The buttons on the flowers are cute too!

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  8. Lorraine, beautiful scene card. Love what you did with the fence and flowers. Nice touch with the flower soft. Love it.

    Hugs.
    Norma

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  9. Awwww....what a sweet card! and I love the flower soft!

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