Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Sketch Saturday #72


I don't very often get the chance to join in the Sketch Saturday Challenge, but I've had a bit of extra crafting time this week, and this week's sketch seemed ideal for a "get well" card I needed to make for a lady at work who has had to go into hospital for some surgery. I decided to use up a bit more of the yummy Kaisercraft papers I got from Port Sunlight last Saturday .. they're nearly all gone already!!


Recipe:
Main image: Penny Black "Fanfare" (3946K), coloured wtih Sakura sparkle pens;
Sentiment: die cut using Cuttlebug cut'n'emboss folder "Everyday Greetings";
Paper: Kaisercraft;
Supplies: pink chiffon ribbon from Hobbycraft; pink & cream pearls by BasicGrey "opaline"; pearl brads by Papermania; hydrangeas and spacers from my stash.


Here's an angle shot .. once more the sparkle isn't showing - the last couple of days the weather has been so dull!


Got a bit of time for another craft sesh this evening ...woo hoo! Off I go to get a cup of tea then I'm going to get stuck in!

8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Pauline! Love the soft colours...it's bound to speed your friend's recovery! :0)
    Helen x

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  2. Gorgeous card love it:)
    Hugzz Val xxx

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  3. Beautiful card Pauline. Lovely colours and gorgeous papers.
    Cathy xx

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  4. Awh, Pauline, I love this, it's so delicate and pretty. Hugs, Squirrel xx

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  5. Hello Pauline - what a gorgeous card - I love that Kaiser paper - that is my favourite one of theirs and I use it a lot! This card will bring a lot of cheer to someone who is sick, especially with all of the special touches you add! Fabulous!! Thank you for sharing Pauline - it is always so lovely!! God bless you! {{{hugs}}}

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  6. This is so pretty Pauline!! Love the papers, the stamped flowers and all the details. So delicate, soft and beautiful!

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  7. Very pretty Pauline, quite elegent!
    Clairexx

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Thanks for looking, and for taking the time to leave a comment - I really appreciate it.
Pauline x