Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Happy Easter. . . . . . . . . . . .


Good morning.......well, nearly afternoon now I suppose, as I had scheduled this for this morning but hadn't noticed it was actually 29th April I had scheduled for doh! Should have gone to Specsavers. Was out earlier so this is the fist opportunity I've had to put it right.

Now, I was going to use this for the MAWTT in the garden challenge as my DT card but I couldn't download it from my camera at the time as the software was playing up.
Have managed to do it now but there's still some pics it won't..........perhaps my camera is turning into a card critic and refusing to download anything it thinks isn't up to scratch lol!!!


Ingredients
White card
Yellow card
Orange card
HC Sunkissed Fleur die 
Crafters Comp Lazy Daisy embossing folder (only embossed half of the top layer)
Inkylicious sentiment stamp
Mustard Seed DI
Bamboo Leaves Memento Dewdrop ink


I made this card for Nesta as she likes her daffodils and Spring is her favourite season. I know the embossed flowers are called daisy but I did think they looked a little daffodil-esque (if you squint and look through a sheet of vellum lol!!!)

Hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend. I've certainly enjoyed my few days off.
If you haven't visited Kate's blog yet please pop over to see the gorgeous card and cowl that she sent to me (sadly, one of the things I can't download off my camera).

Have a great week and see you soon.

TTFN
Ang x




24 comments:

  1. Oh! So wonderful! I love the daffodils and the embossing. A great CAS card, just my style!
    Hugs, Liv

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  2. Great daffodils - very springlike. Shame about your camera problems - technology is great when it is working but a pain when it won't cooperate!!

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  3. Worth the wait Ang. The daffodils are gorgeous - and I reckon the embossing folder is a combination of daffs and daisies ... lol! Hugs Christine xx

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  4. Hi Ang,
    what a brilliant card.
    Being born in Wales I just love daffs.
    Great design as always, and wonderful daffs too.
    I just dread my camera going wrong as I just love the photos it takes, and it's getting a little old in the tooth just like me.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  5. They look like daffodils to me! A really crisp fresh card with a pop of colour, lovely. Cara x

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  6. Lovely card Ang, I love the simplicity of the design and those daffs are beautiful. I'm sure Nesta loves it.
    We've had hailstones as big as golf balls jus a wee while ago, hope your weather is much better, Kate x

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  7. Ang, another great card, yes they can be taken as daffs! Hazel X

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  8. Afternoon Ang, love the daffodils on the card,so fresh & bright Janice xx http://createdbyjan.blogspot.com.

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  9. Lovely Spring card Ang,
    Thanks for my other card too, xxx

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  10. Hello Ang, this is lovely. The daffs and the folder are fab, and that's without squinting and the use of vellum!!!
    love Maureen xxx

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  11. Beautiful card Ang Vellum not required because the colours do the trick! I enjoyed my few days off Husband working so I was in charge of the remote and I I could craft to my hearts content

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  12. Well they look like daffs to me and I have just been to the Opticans and there is nowt wrong with my sight. They stil look good viewed through the bottom of the stemmed glass.Lol. Like your way of sandwiching bewteen the two pieces of card. Hugs Mrs A.

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  13. Beautiful card Ang, so like the half embossed look and the stamp font, aww the Daffs look good to me chuck.
    Lovely prezzie too.
    Take Care
    Elaine H X

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  14. I love your daffs! they look really good to me. I'm off to look at your friend's blog now.

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  15. Hello Ang, this card is beautiful, I think the flowers are just perfect looking Daffs. Have a great day. Bx

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  16. Morning, Ang. I love this card - the flowers really do look like daffodils.

    Anne (Northampton)

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  17. Morning Ang,
    A lovely card, I do like the way you have only embossed half of the card.
    Lydia
    X

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  18. What a lovely cheerful card to brighten up the grey days we've been having, although I have sunshine and blue skies out here in the Essex back waters.
    From the tub!
    Jennie

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  19. Beautiful card Ang. Love the strip of flowers, so bright and cheery. Technology is a lot like men, can't live with 'em, illegal to throw 'em out the window! DOH! hugs and a belated Happy Easter!

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  20. A very pretty spring card
    The sun is shining as I type this lets hope it continues xxx

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  21. Hiya Ang,

    WOW! Gorgeous card and those Daisies can easily pass as Daffodils, one of my favourite flowers too.

    I hope you are keeping well, thank you for all your wonderful comments on my blog, they are really appreciated, keep the humour up lol! I am now off to make more cards of my own this time so hopefully will get some posted before our next sample lot next week! Busy, busy, busy!!!

    Love & Hugs always

    Love Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  22. Hi Ang love the spring effect of your daffodils and just half embossing the background gives a lovely effect. Hope you are getting some "me" time this week love from Jackie xx

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  23. Hi Ang. That's gorgeous. Bet Nesta has a wonderful set of cards from you.
    Jan
    Northampton

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  24. Another beautiful creation!!

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