May 11, 2014

Guess What ... It's Pink ...

Hi Everybody,

Here we are with another Sunday morning and the start of a new week.  I hope it is a good one for you all and for me it will be a busy one.

After my escapade yesterday at the non existent craft show I thought I would make some pretty cards.

Val H   wrote that at least it showed I was human making a mistake like that.

Yes I am certainly human.  and I  bleed too   'coz  as I was cutting a lovely Fish Tail  into this ribbon ... I continued the very neat V with some really sharp scissors .... in to my finger.

I  had to stop it  bleeding with  some  kitchen roll wrapped around it  ... held in place with a  bright green  elastic band   as I couldn't find anything else  in my first aid box.

This card is created once again from the Sue Wilson dies and for this I have used the background from the Spanish Collection with the Galicia die on the top.

The sentiment is from   Lili of the Valley  and there are several on the same stamp plate.

The pearl flourishes are from  Want2Scrap  and they are around the sentiment label

I have used  Glitter Magic  on the mixture of flowers from   Wild Orchid Crafts  and they have some beautiful new products in this month that are well worth a browse

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx




28 comments:

  1. Good morning Christina,
    It's Pink and guess what ..... I love it
    Hope the finger is OK, hope the blood did not spoil anything or is restricting your creativity.
    Have a great day

    Patricia xx

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  2. Another beautiful card Christina

    Anne

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  3. Beautiful as usual Christina.hope your finger is alright,ive done that and it hurts.
    Marion H

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  4. Morning Christina,
    Lovely card, glad to see there's no blood on it. Bet your were annoyed about the craft fair being cancelled, such a waste of time.
    Lydia
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  5. Gorgeous card Christina. I have now made my card and box using the Seville dies. Thank you again for sharing such great tutorials. Hugs Rita xxx

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  6. Card is beautiful Christina, have to say when I read your blog early yesterday I was gutted to think there was a craft show on in Liverpool. I was trying to find out where it was, obviously couldn't find out and spent the day very disappointed that I hadn't seen the advert in the first place. If it makes you feel any better, years ago I took my mother in law to the Alzheimer's clinic on the wrong day, nearly wet myself laughing.

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  7. Hi Christina
    Love today's card. How annoying that the craft show was cancelled. Seemed to have missed a couple of blogs. we have the Rello's (their words not mine) over from Australia. They will be off to Sheffield today, then travelling around. Come back to us a few days before the 24th as we shall all be off to Austria, My partners other brother and his wife are coming as well, so we shall be a party of six.

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  8. Good morning Christina
    So sorry you had a dreadful day yesterday do hope your poor finger is ok.
    What a really beautiful card love everything about this one, and those flowers wow are just super enhancing your card to the next level. Thank you for your wonderful inspiration once again.
    Hugs
    Margaret corgi owner

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  9. Hi Christina
    Well what a beauty this card is ,i love everything about it .
    Hope your finger heals soon and your week is a good one
    Take Care
    Elaine H X

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  10. its beautiful hope finger dont hurt to much xxxx

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  11. Ah, back to our fav colour, it is beautiful Christina, I just love that ribbon and those dies are definitely on my wish list......Glad to see no blood evident on the card tho'......luv Ursula xxxx

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  12. Hi Christina,
    Such a gorgeous card today. I love the SW dies they are so versatile and I love the way you use them....I can't wait for her new set to come out.
    When I read your post yesterday I thought to myself...how on earth have I missed that show!! So sorry it wasn't on...and yes we all make mistakes ....hope your finger is healing okay.

    Love Sheila xx

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  13. Ouch. Poor finger. But you still carried on crafting... to produce a lovely card. Very pretty ribbon.

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  14. Hi Christina
    Hope your finger is better sounds painful. Such a pretty card today I love the flowers you've chosen
    Hugs
    Heather

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  15. Your card is so lovely; what a shame you were 'wounded in action" while creating it! Sorry to hear about the craft show cancellation. They should have made it clear earlier, for everyone. At least you had a day out! BethAnn M.

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  16. Not wasted. You got to spend the day with your film crew. Another beautiful card.

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  17. What a shame you had a disappointing day yesterday, still you had a day out and a nice meal so all's well that ends well. Love today's card Christina, I adore Sue's dies and the embellishments you've used really complement them. Pat x

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  18. Awww so sweet is your card! love the Senitiment image and your flowers are gorgeous as always xx

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  19. Hi Christina. Hope your digit is better soon. Any one would think one of your favorite colours is pink,lol
    Love this card so girlie. Have a great week. Hugs. Jan. xx

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  20. Christina,
    Talk about costing you "blood, sweat, and tears," but it was worth it, such a lovely creation. I love the ribbon, but you didn't mention where it came from. You are sure creating some amazing cards with those Sue Wilson dies.

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  21. hello christina, very very beautifull card!
    rinda

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  22. A gorgeous card Christina! Sorry to hear you were in the wars.

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  23. I hope your finger is better...take care of it...
    Such a lovely card in pink...it's beautiful
    well done Christina

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  24. Another pretty card. I love the pink it is bright and very cheery. Dianne

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  25. What a lovely,girly card Christina! I love the pretty ribbon you've used too.Hugs,Ann

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  26. Sorry to hear about your finger, you still managed to make a beautiful card with your accident, lovely dies and framing with the flowers!

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  27. Hi Christina, isn't it a nuisance when that happens? I do it quite a lot, little cut here and another there! I always keep a box of plasters nearby, just because it is so me to do that!
    Todays card (sorry ... YESTERDAY'S) card is really lovely and I just love the flower arrangement! The blog news still comes a day late .... sometimes 2 or 3 days! Still, some of the other blogs I have subscribed to, seem to have STOPPED altogether and I can't always remember all the ones I had! So I am thankful that at least I do still get yours, even if late! TFS! Hugs, Karen xx

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