Wednesday, 11 February 2015

A Week of Hearts - Day 4

Hello friends

Day 4 already!  After a few days of cards that would work for gentlemen,
today's card is very feminine.  The main feature is Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L's
3D Foam Hearts, I covered two of these in patterned paper and trimmed around.
Effective speedy embellishments.
Creative Photo Corners are added to the dotty paper.
Silk flowers with pink ink brushed over the tips of the petals and a length
of twine for the bow.  The sentiment is printed and the font is Edwardian Script.
Perhaps not a Valentine's card but a pretty Birthday card.

Good progress on getting ready for Birmingham, kits are complete and
demo projects nearly sorted.  Trip to hairdressers desperately needed - I am due to be told off,
I must not trim my own fringe!

Take care friends, I'm back tomorrow.


Chris said...

A beautiful card Christine, it's so pretty. Enjoy your trip to the hairdressers, I've been know to trim my own hair too, I hope they don't tell you off too much.
Chris xx

Bea said...

hi Christne - lovely card. I did smile t your comment re your fringe as I often do that :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Christine, that's a very pretty card. I'm naughty as well, I trim my fringe! JuliaT x

Mrs B said...

Hi Christine. This is another quick but beautiful card, I love the covered hearts and the flowers. Thank you for telling us the fonts that you use as it can be a real pain trying to find them otherwise : ) I'm glad that all of your prep is going well.
My fringe is in desperate need of a trim but I daren't try to do it myself as I would end up with it up by my hairline after trying to get it level!
Take care.

Sandra said...

Good Morning Christine,
This card is just so beautiful, pretty papers, the flowers just make it perfect! How died you trim around the hearts so neatly? Mine would have looked so wonky!
I am so tired this morning, Paul is away so it was me that Milo had to pester at 5.10 this morning, such a persistent little thing, he has the loudest purr ever at that time of the morning! So a cup of tea and chocolate digestive in bed for a treat, I ate it on Paul's side too, as I am OCD about crumbs in the bed!
Have a great day everyone, I have my two besties coming over to craft today, can't wait Pat S(Witney) & Mrs B!
Love & hugs
Sandra xxxxx

PharmacyMichele said...

Lovely card today, it's really pretty & very feminine. Hope the hairdreser isn't too critical about your fringe!


Janice said...

Morning Christine
I do love your card today. It is so pretty and very feminine and it could be made for different occasions too.
It certainly sounds like you are all set for the weekend. Enjoy your day and hope your hairdresser is kind to
you 😊
Janice x

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
A very pretty card, love the hearts.

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
A very pretty card, love the hearts.

marg said...

Hello Christine
After you mentioned it before I now use the Edwardian Font..I love it!
Lovely papers today!
Take care
Love Marg

hazel young said...

Beautiful card Chrstine, love the it xx hazel

AnneRD said...

This is such a pretty card Christine. You have such a natural knack of choosing the perfect coordinating papers. Good luck with the hairdresser and have a stress-free weekend trip. Anne x

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Christine, A very pretty card, it took me a while to 'see' the hearts hahaha, they look so different when covered.
I hope your trip to the hairdresser goes well, I always trim my fringe when it gets just that bit too long. I hope they don't tell you off !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Sue Dunn said...

Love your pretty card Christine. I also cut my fringe myself occasionally. X

val jones said...

What a pretty card Christine. Love the flowers.
I have been known to trim my own fringe as well.
Love Val in Spain x

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine,
Today's card is really special,It would make a beautiful birthday card.
I hope you have a good day. Take care. x.

Jean Z said...

Hi Christine, love the card so pretty. love Jean Z xx

Phil D said...

Lovely card. Fringe made me smile. Like u and others it has been known to have home treatment a few times. Enjoy your trips.
Phil D

SusanP, Kent said...

Yes, very different to the previous creations. Lovely to see this pretty feminine one. I use Edwardian Script quite a lot. It's very elegant and suits lots of themes.

Amelia Breytenbach said...

Love the flowers and hearts - so pretty!

utilitygirl said...

A very pretty card Christine, would be good for any occasion.
Hope your trip to the hairdressers wasn't too traumatic!!

Carole Z said...

This is such a pretty card Christine, love it! Hugs Carole Z xx

Stamping Bubbles said...

Hi Christine
Lovely, pretty card today. I think it would make a great birthday card or get well card.
Hope you enjoyed your trip to the hairdressers.

Janice Wallace said...

Very pretty, subtle as a valentines card, and perfect for many occasions
Janice W

Elaine said...

Gorgeous pretty card. I spy g45 !! Wish I could fit in your bag for stitches lol x

Rose in Chester said...

Lovely card Christine.

I wouldn't ever have the nerve to cut my fringe as I can never get it straight and I end up looking like a monk!

Hugs, Rose

janelle winchcole said...

Hi Christine, having a great time admiring all your wonderful cards made for the week of love and this very pretty card is no exception.xx

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