Wednesday 18 April 2012

A Stitch in Time

Hi all hope you are well,
I seem to be in a bit of a yellow theme
at the moment.
This is the third card on the trot it has made
an appearance, i think I'll
blame it on the time of year.

The challenge theme over at 
Papertake this week
A Stitch in Time.
sponsored by The Ribbon Girl.

We want to see some sort of stitching
 on your projects,  whether it's
fake or real is up to you.


A few weeks ago when i was rooting through
a pile of stash that seemed to be getting 
bigger.( You know how it is, it's getting so
big that you either tidy it up or it's going to 
collapse). I came across some long lost
decoupage books, the no scissors required ones.
2 books of Flowers and a Teddy one.
These Daffs seemed to jump out at me so i had
to make a card with them.
The papers i matched up were out of my bits box
i think they originally came part of a magazine
freebie with the sentiment.
I also used a Spellbinders die shape
and Mustard seed distress ink 
around the edges.

These no scissor required books are fab you get 
a few sheets of vellum,card and sentiments in with
pages of decoupage, how could i of forgotten about
them. My Hubby would say perhaps i have
to much stuff, i hate to say but i think he's right
but don't tell him i said that....Lol.

Thanks for stopping by today and 
i hope to see your creations over at 
Take care


  1. Gorgeous card Angie :-) I love the bright sunny colours ,, daffodils are my all time fave flowers ,, so pretty and happy looking :-)

    ooh,, too much stuff ?? what language are ya talking hun ??? am not understandy ,,lol :-)

    Lols x x x

  2. Beautiful card Angie; so fresh, pretty and Spring -like. Loveit!

  3. so gorgeous angie.stunning spring colours and i love the daffodils :D

    xx coops xx

  4. Very pretty card Angie, very Spring !


    Jo x


Thanks for all your wonderful comments
i love to read them
and they are much appreciated.
Hugs to you all Angie x


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