Monday, 12 March 2018

Mum's Card

Hello friends

Did you have a nice weekend?
For all those celebrating Mother's Day I hope it was extra special.
I did an afternoon tea for my Mum and the rest of the family,
we indulged in sarnies, scones and lots (and lots!) of cake.

For my Mum's card I used Floral Bouquet,
one of the dies I was demoing last week on Hochanda.
I chose to pastel colour the die cut with the Colour Cloud blending inks
and place a silver mirror card die cut behind to shadow.


I typed and printed the sentiment onto the white card front and the mats are 
coloured using the matching blending inks.
Fab way to coorindate.


Floral Bouquet is available on the website here
along with the majority of the other Folk Art dies in stock here.


Today I have the excitement of taking my car for its MOT
and then I will be back in my crafty cabin getting more projects created
as I'm back doing shows next month.
I'm also planning next month's charity kit - always happy to hear requests
for these - do you prefer cards or fancy something different?

Talking of charity kits, I know some of you haven't received this month's kit yet,
they have all gone out as soon as you ordered but after checking with Royal Mail
it appears they are dealing with a backlog from the snowy weather.
I am sorry, normally you have them within a few days but they should
be with you very soon.

Take care friends, have a great start to the week.

16 comments:

Christine Collins said...

Hi Christine
Your Mum's card is lovely, these dies have grown on me. You asked for suggestions for the next Charity Kit, I really loved the last demo on your last show with the decorated paper bag, that would be really nice, but equally a card using the new dies would be great too.
Hope your car passes its MOT
Take care xx

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Christine
I saw your Mum's card on T.V. it looked very delicate using the pastel colours.
I like boxes or a project for the Charity Kit.They are something different as I'm always making cards.
Jan x

Kitty Davies said...

Morning All.
Thank you. I expect you Mum loved her card, even though we had a sneak peak.
Good luck with your car.
Take care and have fun Kitty.

CraftyCoffey said...

Lovely card, so pretty.

Michele

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine
Lovely paster colors used on your Mums card , i too liked your decorated paper bag as Christine says it would be really nice .
Take care
Elaine H X

margaret driscoll said...

Hello Christine
Such a pretty card for your Mum love the pastel colours.
Glad you had a nice day!
Love Marg

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Your Mothers Day treat was the very same my daughter and granddaughter did for me, it was scrummy.
Loved your card.
Lydia
X

hazel young said...

Gorgeous card Christine. Your Mother's day tea sounds lovely xx hazel

Ann said...



Hi Christine

Gorgeous card love the delicate colours bet your Mum loved her afternoon tea and her

pretty card.

Hugs Annxx

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Christine, I adore this pastel coloured card.
So glad you all had a lovely day.
I hope your car passed it's MOT.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Christine
Lovely card you made for you Mum. I recorded your shows and watched them later.
Thanks for the heads up re the Charity Kit. Look forward to receiving my Poppy Die as well.

Elaine said...

Gorgeous card. Ooh your afternoon tea sounded fab. If only I had read this post before I emailed you about the kit lol. Xx

Teresa Doyle said...

This is gorgeous Christine, I am sure your Mum loved it and the afternoon tea party. What a great way to celebrate.

Betty McAlister said...

Hi Christine. A lovely clean and simple card. Afternoon teas are always so enjoyable, a real treat. xx

Anne Owens said...

Hi Christine a lovely Mother’s Day card, what a lovely idea doing afternoon tea for your mum. Sorry if I’ve commented more than once don’t know why my iPad must be playing up xxx

CraftyJo said...

A lovely card Christine, how lucky you are to have your mum to take tea with :)

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