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Monday, 23 April 2012

You Make Life Special

Hello friends,
Why do Mondays come round too quickly?
I'm back to London working for two days now but I still have time to chat about this card.
Created with the freebies from this month's Cardmaking and Papercraft Magazine -
Pink Paislee - Spring Jubilee.
I cut two designs of paper, pink for the bottom and patterned for the top, 
attached to a card base and rounded the bottom edges.  
Inserted a Scallop Circle, chipboard piece and scrunched ribbon.
The sentiment is stamped onto Fancy Tags Two.
Some inking ..I like that it softens the edges and always adds that vintage look.

Thank you for all your comments yesterday - so fascinating to read how each of you spending your Sundays, roast dinner or otherwise.. I was treated to roast pork with all the trimmings and
hot chocolate fudge cake for dessert...all calorie free of course!!  
Back tomorrow dear friends, I hope the sun is shining where you are today.

21 comments:

Carole Z said...

Hi Christine! What a lovely card..the colours are so 'cheerful'. I know.. Monday again, our least favourite day if we go to work, I think! Glad you enjoyed your roast, we were at my inlaws house with some of our friends as well, it was a lovely day! I got the magazine on Saturday, so am looking forward to using the papers, Carole Z X

Elizabeth said...

Good morning Christine, glad you enjoyed your Sunday roast yesterday - the hot chocolate fudge cake sounds yummy and all the better for being calorie free!!!
The freebies this month in the magazine are lovely, really bright and fresh and I had a great time yesterday making 4 cards with them. Thank you.
Have a great day at work today.
Elizabeth x

melanie said...

Stunning card glad you had a great day made to wedding cards yesterday for my niece who`s wedding is in May .Melanie

Lucycat said...

Lovely card he colours are really pretty. Hope you have a good day at work. x.

Elaine said...

Morning christine lovely card nice and fresh. When are you back on tv? . Yummy choc fudge cake i must say im partial to a peice myself with ice cream.
Take care Elaine x

hazel said...

Morning Christine another lovely card. glad you enjoyed your lunch yesterday xx hazel

Susan Flynn said...

What a pretty card Christine so soft and feminine! x

nattyboots said...

Morning Christine im pleased you enjoyed your Sunday roast .Your card is great i do love the distressed look ,and this card looks so fresh as well .Got to put extra thought into my card today as its for my Sons 40th Birthday . hope you have a good day.Elaine H X

Cinders said...

Morning Christine,
Pleased to hear that you enjoyed your roast and yummy fudge cake, I was treated to a lemon cake made by my middle son after ours!!!
The card is lovely and bright on this miserable day in Nottingham.
Have a great day
Caz x

Lydia Jordan said...

Morning Christine.
Glad you had a great day, I love roast pork my not so keen on chocolate puddings though.
Love the card very pretty papers.
Have a good day.
Lydia
X

Adele said...

Very pretty card Christine, love the colours :)
Hugs
Adele

Sue Yorkshire said...

Morning Christine

Your Sunday lunch sounded yummy. I love fudge cake

Am loving your card today, have some thank you cards to make for my Mum and this has given me more inspiration
Sue xxx

Clai01 said...

The papers look stunning, gorgeous card, thanks for posting.

AnneRD said...

Went to buy the magazine, but came back with one with a similar name, NOT the correct one, so.... another trip to the newsagent today!! Such a feminine card Christine and I really like the bow. ANne x

Ita said...

Hi Christine glad you had such a nich lunch,your topic stuck in my head so I did make an apple,marzipan,and apple tart,my oldest son called so we did have a Sunday "Lunch" at 8 o'clock last night main course bacon and spring cabage
The Card is super.
Smiles
Ita

Sandra said...

I have the free gift from that magazine too and I was totally inspired by your article to sit and make some cards with them, I have to admit I usually put the free gift things to one side and forget about them.
Your yummy pudding sounds delicious yesterday, you are a lucky girl having your Mum handy for Sunday lunch, I am all for Sundays being for spending time with your family.
Thanks again for putting my card on your blog yesterday it inspired me to update my own Blog.
Huge Crafty Hugs
Sandra xxxx

yorkshiresue said...

A lovely card Christine with Spring colours. At the mo need much cheering up due to the 2 major spine ops I had earlier this month.
I've been following your blog Christine when possible
Big Hugs
Sue XXX

Redanne said...

I have to be honest and say that I did not really like the free papers but your cards have given me a different perspective on them. Your card is lovely and I do like the distressed edges. Chocolate cake - yum.

Craftychris said...

Another gorgeous card. I am glad you had such a nice Sunday lunch xx

Debs said...

Ho Christine
Your card today looks as scrummy as ypur Sunday dinner was yesterday - yummy indeed :o
Have a great day.
Debs xx

Linda (Lindyloo) said...

Oh there is nothing nicer than a bit of crackling (even the low fat variety...lol!!). As it was my sons birthday yesterday we had Raspberry Roulade for dessert with thick double cream....and oooooh my mouth is watering again at the thought of it! Glad you had a lovely roast too.
I am still not sure about these papers, they seem so busy and yet todays card is growing on me; nothing to do with the design I want to point out, just the papers.
Have a good week Linda

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