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Thursday, 19 January 2017

More Poinsettias, The Sequel. . . . . .


Good morning guys ans gals. Hope all is well in your patch of the Universe.

Still up and down, sleeping is a particular niggle, but finally, my Cardiology appointment is today following the Cardioversion disappointment last November so I'm apprehensive as to what else they may have planned. 

Anyhoo, strange things again in Flash's garden (no veg involved, that I could see Karen). Crocs, rubber gloves and a yellow fluorescent jacket (a Health and Safety style one). He was just standing in the middle of the path looking up and down and then went indoors. His wife does actually seem normal and when I have had occasion to speak to him out and about, you wouldn't think anything was amiss.

Now, back to the card. The next instalment in the "Ang went mad with poinsettias" saga. This was a nice flat one for the post.


Ingredients
Ivory and burgundy card
Gold mirror card
SB Layered Poinsettias 
Not sure about where sentiment is from
Versamark 
Gold mica
Teeny bling


Even though its flat, you do get some dimension from the flowers.

And talking of flowers, I thought I'd share a pic of my beautiful hibiscus plant that has been in flower since September when I rescued it from a bargain bin in Tesco.


It currently has 3 flowers on it and plenty more buds too. I usually only buy orchid plants (currently have 17 of those lol!!!) but I had been to the cemetery to take flowers for my Mum's birthday in September, then went to Tesco feeling a bit down and saw this poor plant just shoved into a box with reduced items. The hibiscus is the national flower of Malaysia so I took it as a sign that I should rescue it (My lovely Mum was Malaysian for those who didn't know).
What a beauty its been for £2.00.

June, hope you and hubby are feeling better now. 
Mrs A, thanks for the marker details. They did a lovely job on your card.

Fingers crossed for me today and here's hoping that you all have a good day ahead too.
Thank you, as always, for your visits and wonderful comments.

TTFN
Ang x




22 comments:

  1. Beautiful hibiscus Ang, love the colour.
    you are one clever ducky with the card, love this my friend.xx{aNNie}

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  2. Everything crossed for you today, I hope the news is good. Love the card, you can go poinsettia mad cos I love all the cards! Thinking of you
    Marion x

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  3. Gorgeous card Ang, and what a beautiful plant. Good luck with your appt. today.

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  4. Gorgeous card Ang, love your style.
    You must have green fingers, I've lost mine since moving here, xxx

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  5. Morning Ang,
    A lovely card. Hope your appointment goes well!
    Lydia
    X

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  6. What a clever idea, Ang - another great card.
    All the best for today.

    Anne (Northampton)

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  7. Good morning Ang thinking of you today and hope all goes well. Your mum was definitely with you in Tesco and the plant looks wonderful as does your poinsettia card. Love from Jackie xx

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  8. Hi Ang
    My , you do have green fingers chuck your plant is beautiful as is your card ,I have everything crossed for you my lovely and sending you my positive vibes.
    Elaine H X

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  9. Morning Ang, hope everything goes well at the hospital.
    Card as always is lovely.
    Wendyx

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  10. Hello Ang,
    Great use of the poinsettia die and one which I will "borrow" next C, I refuse to use the word so early in the year!!!
    Good luck today, I hope they make some decisions and sort you out.
    I do hope Flash wore rather more than you've said. Crocs, rubber gloves and high viz jacket!!!! No wonder you have been feeling rather under the weather.
    Well done on rescuing the Hibiscus. People keep buying me orchids and I'm not particularly fond of them (sorry). I only have 5, or 6 when I foster one for my sister in law when they go to their house in France for months on end. Mine have been going for years as I can't mistreat a plant. Mr K now - that's a different matter ha ha.
    love xx

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  11. loving the poinsettias, a shame they're just for Christmas, they are so bright and cheerful on a wintery day.

    good luck wishes from the tub! Jennie

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  12. Stunning card and hibiscus. Best wishes on seeing your doctor today. Hope all is going as expected. Take care my friend.

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  13. So beautiful and elegant!
    Sandy xx

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  14. Hi Ang, I hope all is going well with your appointment, perhaps your all done and dusted by now.
    Your card is stunning, gorgeous colours and design.
    Love your plant, you are certainly green fingered, especially with your orchids as they need lots of TLC, take care of yourself, Kate x

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  15. This card is a beauty too. Love this colour with the gold. Hugs Mrs A.

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  16. Must remember this idea for next Christmas too. You have some great ideas, Ang.
    Jan
    Northampton

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  17. Hope the appointment went well Love your card Great for posting too

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  18. Hi Ang,

    Gorgeous card, very elegant.

    I hope you got on at the hospital ok hun.

    Beautiful plant, love Hibiscus.

    Love & hugs

    Jacquie J xxx

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  19. Hi Ang, I love seeing your cards, they inspire me. Hope you got on ok with your appointment. Your Hibiscus plant is lovely. I think I am going into competition with you on the orchid front though. Take care. Bx

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  20. Hi Ang,
    I do hope all went well with your appoinment, and that you got some good news for a change.
    Love this fab card and your design.
    Just love the cut out poinsettias, and the ressed ones also.
    This is very opulent with the lovely gold and red card.
    Love and big hugs from my house to yours.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  21. Hi Ang love this card and your hibiscus plant is gorgeous! hope everything went okay lots of hugglesssssssss Sue xxxxxxx

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  22. Hi Ang! Love the recessed poinsettias. Beautiful card. At our age it seems like the Doctor visits never end do they? Hugs to you.
    Donna

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