I made this card with the hope that I won't need it in the near future, all my friends are keeping well and I'm keeping my fingers crossed. But like an umberella, if you don't have one to hand then you'll definitely need it, and so this card was born.
The pretty pink paper was from my stash and bought so long ago that I've forgotten what it was called. The matted and layered circles are from Spellbinders - Eyelet Circles and Large Scalloped Circles. The sentiment was a stamp from Stamp-it, an Australian company, it was stamped with Versamark and then chalked. The leaves and trims are Marianne dies and the flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts, although I can't be sure about the white rosebuds. If I'm going to blog, I'll have to pay a lot more attention to the little details.
Well, I hope you like this card, do let me know. My enthusiastic husband is down by our local river with his fishing club, celebrating the start of the fishing season which opens at midnight. This is why this post is getting done now and not in the morning, I'm not going to bed until he is in and I know he hasn't fallen in the river in the dark. Have a nice Tuesday and enjoy your crafting. Hugz, Janice
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