Tuesday, 7 August 2012

30th Birthday Card


Thank you for visiting my blog yesterday and thanks also to those kind people who signed up as followers.  I am so grateful for all my friends from Linda's "community" who made the trip! Phew! It's such a relief to get that first one out of the way. Now it's time to start enjoying it, and you know, I really think I am going to  enjoy it!

This is a card I made for my nephew's wife .

The card is pale blue pearlised card, although it doesn't show up too well. The dies are Spellbinders Parisian Motifs/Accents, the flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts (enhanced with a little help from my Promarkers), the double bow is made from organza ribbon from my local haberdashery store with a little blue WOC rose and the blue pearls are Adhesive Gems from Hobbycraft.  I tried to put in a pic showing the cut-out from the die but I couldn't get it right.  Never mind I will persevere and get there eventually.






Well that's it for now. Hope to be back tomorrow with something else to show.

Have a good day everybody - hoping for a little sunshine but I think it will probably be nearer the end of the week now.

love and hugs from Christine x

10 comments:

  1. Hi Christine! What a lovely card, I really love the fold and the blue pearlised card is such a good base for your colours..very elegant, I'm sure your nephew's wife was thrilled, have a good day, Carole Z XX

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  2. Morning Christine, such a beautiful card and the colours are so delicate, I'm sure your nephew's wife was thrilled to receive it. Enjoy your day and keeeeeep crafting! Love Christine H xx

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  3. Hi Christine,
    wonderful card. The colour blue is fab too. I do like using pearlised card especially for special cards.
    I have family visiting at the mo so I think my blog will be a little longer before it starts now.
    Have a great crafty day everyone.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  4. Beautiful card I`m sure she liked it ,as I no I would thanks for showing it .Melanie

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  5. Oooh this is a corker Christine - love the delicate colours and that cute little bouquet you have made of the flowers. A gorgeous creation.

    Hugs Sue P xxx

    PS Thanks so much for following my blog and for your kind comments.

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  6. Hi Christine

    What a pretty card and such lovely subtle colours so I'm sure it was very well received!
    You're right there's not much hope of sunshine today-fingers crossed for tomorrow.

    Take care
    Eileen x

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  7. A stunning first card to show us Christine.
    I love the elegant design and the delicate colours

    Hugs Sue

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  8. Gorgeous Christine, so elegant and very pretty, I love that delicate die you have used

    hugs Vicky xxx

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  9. Hello sweetie, Sorry so late commenting it manic here as I'm sure you'll understand. Still trying to clean up but I'll get there. Anyway, your card is beautiful and the half cut, half embossed die is so delicate. A lovely shade of bluethat makes the card quite romantic.
    A perfect beginning. Best wishes. Linda xxx

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  10. I can only say: beautiful greetings Joke Mulder

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