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Thursday, 26 June 2014

Flower Power With PCJ


Time for another challenge over at Paper Crafting Journey and the theme this fortnight is 'Flower Power' and we are sponsored by Crafty Sentiments Designs. Isn't this digi stamp cute?  they have some really fab digi's so why not pop over and enter the challenge and get a chance to win! I have been able to used lots of snippets today...the paper and the ribbon...but the stash never seems to get any smaller lol and of course a few blobs :) This is a scheduled post today as hubster has one of his longggggggg appointments today and then we are going to the beach with 'his lordship' so I will be back later to visit your fab blogs TFL and lots of hugglessssssss Sue xxxxxxxxx

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20 comments:

Marie-Louise said...

Gorgeous card Sue. Love the image and the papers. Great colouring.

aussie aNNie said...

Lovely card and gorgeous image used....♥aNNie
The Journey is the Start

Irene said...

Absolutely stunning, beautiful and so cute Sue, where do I begin as I love every single detail especially your WOW flower. Good luck with the appointment - hope all is well.
luv
irene
xxxx

Christine Harrop said...

Gorgeous card Sue. The image is sweet and such a beautiful flower. Hope things go well for Paul. Hugs Christine xx

Mrs A. said...

Your blobs match your ribbon or should it be the other way round!! gorgeous card. Love the flower made from the backing paper. Hugs Mrs A.

Benzi said...

Sweet, sweet image and your papers are just so beautiful. Great card! Enjoy the time at the beach.

Marilyn said...

This is such a cute image. Love how cheery, bright and 'happy' it is! What a fabulous flower... I love it!

SARN said...

Aww - so sweet Sue! xxx

Rita said...

Beautiful card Sue. That flower is fabulous. Hope all goes well at the hospital. Hugs Rita xxx

coldwaters2 said...

Oh my word Sue this is simply beautiful, love that image also those wonderful papers, super, super card.
hugs
lorraine x

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Love the color combo of this card. Isn't it funny how the snippet pile doesn't end? I suspect it breeds when we aren't looking.

Kathleen said...

Super cute image and a fabulous flower. Gorgeous papers, super card.

Kath x

Pollard Carole said...

Sue I love love love this the image well just fab I'm going over to take a look no idea they did digi's hope the appointment wasn't too awful least you had the beach to look forward to. love and Happy Crafting hugs Carole x

Irish Cherokee said...

Sweet, sweet, sweet. Looove the colors. Very pretty card Sue.

Di said...

Hi Sue, love this card! Will be back to comment properly on this and the previous one.

First of all, I don't mind a bit of back linking in the least so never worry if you forget for a day or two.

Next, that fabby sentiments set you admired on my card yesterday came from 'Winnie and Walter' in the USA - no-one in the UK stocks them. But, their service is really fast, postage not too bad either. Here's a link to the set -http://www.winniewalter.com/collections/stamps/products/the-big-the-bold-and-the-happy. Sigh, they're sold out right now I see but they do other similar ones.

I'll be back ASAP to comment - lunch with Sarn, Sam and Debs tomorrow!! HELP!!!

Hugs, Di xx

Di said...

Great card Sue, sweet image and I love that you made the flower from the same background paper!

Hugs

Di xx

scrappymo! said...

This is really pretty, Sue. Love that the flower is mad from that lovely patterned paper.
This image is a sweetie and looks right at home with this pretty paper!

Hope younhad a great day at the beach and that Paul had good results at the appointment.

cuilliesocks said...

Hi Sue, what a sweet card, pretty image and colours, loving the flower too, hugs Kate x

Bonnie said...

A sweet little gardener!

Brenda said...

Oh my this card is beautiful Sue! I love that sweet image-so cute, so darling and so sweet!! I love those papers you have used, they are so beautiful. That flower, oh my I love that flower!!! The blue ribbon is just perfect with these papers. Why is it we use our snippets but the piles just seem to grow and grow?! I think they multiply faster than bunnies and laundry!! lol Hugs, Brenda