25 February 2021


 Where has February gone?? Madness! I think this year is going to fly by like last year. Harvey is now 8 months old.....how did that happen! He's doing so well, I'm so proud of Katie, she handling being a single parent so well & he is one happy smiley baby'

Anyhoos, I'm here to share my latest DT creation for 'Cardz 4 Galz' the theme for the next fortnight is....


Challenges I Would Like To Enter
Watercooler Wednesday- any occasion

Images & Colouring Mediums
Images- 'Sunflowers' from the Gemini collect by Crafters Companion
Aqua Markers by Spectrum Noir
Leaves- evergreen & bud green
Sunflowers- sunflower, orange, terracotta & chestnut
Small flowers- rose pink & blossom

Papers & Embellishments
'white' water colouring card by Crafters Companion
'yellow' card from the 12 x 12 stack by Papermania

Tools & Glues
'Collall' all purpose glues
Diamond Press by Crafters Companion
M & O- from Part 2 of the mini alphabet die cut collection by X-Cut
Card blank, made from Pink Frog 300gsm white card 

Thank you for stopping by today, I will be back tomorrow with my next creation. So until then stay safe xx


Sandra H said...

Your card is gorgeous as always as is Harvey your right Shell this year l think will go quickly as previous ones are doing enjoy your day x

Jackie T said...

Hi Shell this is a gorgeous card. I love it. Your little grandson is so cute. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Hazel (Didos) said...

Ah this is super, I have stopped for a break from my tidy up!! Love H xx

Lindsey said...

This is a beautiful floral image, particularly the way you've coloured it! Looks great with the yellow border and letters. Thank you for joining us at Addicted to Stamps and More!

Tristan said...

Lovely card Shell. Great colouring on your flowers. Hopefully the year doesn't go to fast so you can enjoy your time with your grandson. Thanks for joining us at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this fortnight. Tristan DT.

Heather said...

Very pretty! I really like the fun "mom" cutout down the side! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

Lynda said...

I love sunflowers, and these look amazing - great design xx