Saturday, 10 November 2012

Poppies and things

Hello my crafty pals. I am struggling a bit at the moment as I am so tired, I shall pop over to your blog Sharon and see your award and sort it out when I get my head around it. I will also hop about and catch up on looking at everyone’s creations. I have had a wee play with the D-Lites dies I bought, they are a bit tricky to use but I expect that was just me really. My allotment has had little use this year, last year we had tons of fruit and this year has been awful, never mind. This card looks a bit like it with overhanging bushes, bulrushes and poppies. I say I should give it up but hubby wants to continue with it, we shall see.
I am taking my oldest daughter to work in the morning as her car has a problem and then I will rest so I thought I would have a play with schedule to see if it works for me, this post could disappear into cyber-space. (hee hee)
Paper and card - card blank is a 19cm square,
and backing is  from stash,
Dies used – Spellbinders D-Lites poppy patch,
Cattails and whimsical tree.


  1. This is beautiful Flora love the design and the colours are fabulous. Take care hun and I hope you are feeling better soon. Hugs Caroline xxx

  2. Lovely Flora great colours and design
    hope you're feeling better soon

    Luv jacqui x

  3. This is gorgeous Flora, I love the colours and design.
    Take care of yourself, I hope you feel better soon

  4. Hi Flora, this card has captured the feeling of autumn, epecially after the summer we seemed to have missed. At this time of year everything is bit tangled and overgrown with a touch of colour ready to die down for winter and this is the feeling I get seeing your card.

    Wilma x x

  5. Stnning card I have these dies only used tree I put wax paper in it but quite hard to get out ,Hope you feel better.Melanie

  6. Hi Flora,
    wonderful card. Love the new dies. Tesco baking parchment works a treat with ticky and fine dies. I have used other ones but none of them work as well as the Tesco one.
    I hope you will be feeling better soon. I find plenty of rest helps such a great deal.
    Have a wonderful crafty afternoon.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

  7. Hi Flora, sorry you aren't feeling too good at the moment hope you feel better your floral card


  8. Hi flora, sorry your not feeling well, love your new dies, I always rub a tumble dryer sheet on mine.

  9. Love your combination of colours on this Flora. Hope you are feeling better soon. Hugs, Buttons x

  10. Lovely card honey. I love the feel of the countryside within it and the birds are lush. Beautiful colours too. Don't worry about your award honey just rest. Hugs xx

  11. Beautiful cards since my last visit :o)
    Jackie xx

  12. so stunning flora.i love the scene your have created and gorgeous colours.
    i hope you are feeling better soon, take care.

    xx coops xx

  13. I love this Flora, Beautiful scene.. Love all the colours & design I do hope you will feel better after resting...Hugs May x x x


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