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Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Burlap and Flowers....

When I was in Florida a couple of weeks ago, if you remember I met up with a bunch of friends from the old Cricut message board, one of them, Carol, is a good online friend but it was the first time I had met her in person. She gave me such a lovely gift - these gorgeous papers and burlap flowers by DCWV. I decided to make an easel card. The scallop circles and the burgundy scroll were cut with the Scan N Cut. The burlap paper on the base is also by DCWV and is real burlap on a paper backing.........


the  kraft sentiment is by Craftwork cards and was perfect for the very textured card......


thank you so much Carol, I totally love everything you gave me, look out for more cards very soon......


Those of you who have been coming here for ages are well acquainted with my six year old grandson Max, who has given us many a laugh over the years with his hilarious questions and stories, so I thought I would share this photo I snapped of him at the weekend, I love it, he is looking so thoughtful - no doubt he was thinking of his next impossible-to-answer question.....



See you tomorrow x

18 comments:

  1. Thanks for the inspiration, Enfys. I bought some of the DCWV texture papers too. Now I know what to make!!

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  2. Beautiful card! I love all that texture - just makes me want to touch it.

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  3. That is so 'touchy-feely' - what a fabulous card.

    Toni xx

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  4. Handsome young man is Max. I love that look too. Our Mason has an expression like that when he's thinking or wondering. What a beautiful card En! I have not succumbed to the current burlap craze, but this makes me want to.
    TFS Hugs, Jess

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  5. Your little machine is awesome. Love the burlap cards. Very unique.

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  6. Cute kids. Grandchildren keep us young and wear us out, too.

    Dianne Bell - Sewpro02@aol.com

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  7. Great card, love all those fab textures. I think Max will be breaking a few hearts when he's older. Pat x

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  8. Such a lovely card. Max is such a cutie.

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  9. Lovely card, thanks for the inspiration. TFS the handsome pic of Max!

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  10. i love the burlap is it available here or just in usa, beautiful easle card xx

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  11. This is just gorgeous Enfy, love the colours and your design is beautiful.
    Hugs Linda

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  12. Your card is stunning. I've never seen a card made with so much texture. This is so cleverly done.
    Little Max is sure growing up. He has the most beautiful eyes which I'm sure he hears all the time. Lucky Grandma!

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  13. Simply gorgeous is your amazing card x

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  14. That is a beautiful Card!!...from Carol...luv it
    OH MY! how much your grandson has grown and handsome too. Beautiful family!!!

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  15. Oh My Goodness ... my Internet has been down for a couple of days, and I almost missed seeing this ... I'm so glad I didn't. I just knew you would make something fabulous with those papers and embellishments, and you've done just that. The burlap paper you found is the perfect compliment for it ... everything works together beautifully. LOVE IT!

    What a wonderful photo of Max. He is such a little charmer and so handsome, no doubt he will be irresistible to the ladies very soon too. I love the stories you've shared of his questions and comments ... they always put a smile in my day!

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  16. Max is a real cutie and I love his questions, so funny. Message to Max, I just became a grand mother barely 3 weeks ago, he's a real cutie too, I can't wait for his questions. Big hugs.
    Enfy your burlap card is gorgeous!

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  17. Lovely card Enfys. So much texture and love the design.
    Mags
    x

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I love reading your comments, thank you for taking the time
Enfys x