Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Twisted easel card
Good morning friends and a BIG welcome to all the new visitors and friends that have joined. It is always good to have new faces around.
Wednesday already, middle of the week, middle of the month, where is the time racing off to. It is an absolutely beautiful morning here in my part of the world, hope your is also lovely. I am excited because, last week we finally did a booking for our trip to visit our son and family in New Zealand in April. So now the countdown has started and we have 6 weeks to go. Do I panic now or later...LOL! So much to do, as we shut up our little business for the duration of our holiday. We need to let everyone know, so that they can stock up, and the list just gets longer and longer. But enough of that now, here is a card I made for a challenge on my PCP group. A twisted easel card and it was so EASY, I just loved it.
The cards was made almost entirely with RAK gifts I received. The only bit of my own was the base card and the paper for the butterfly and flowers.... so thanks to all my friends for RAKS, they come in so handy.
The butterfly was cut with a Marianne design die, using Making Memories - Paper reverie.
The roses I made from punches using Kaisercraft - English rose collection.
The image was stamped with a stamp from a local store, and has no name on it.
Thanks for visiting and I hope to be back soon. Enjoy the rest of the week.