Thursday, 19 November 2009

November rain

By the bucket load! so I do apologise for the gloomy picture. Even with the magic of technology and me running quickly back and forth out the back trying to get a shot, this picture is not brill. At least the card is bright and cheerful in real life :D and can you believe how many brads I used hee hee ( at least a months rations). I used Stampin' Up!s heart to heart punch for the flower heads and popped one of them on dimensionals.

Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Cheer & wishes.
In: Versamark and uni-bal signo white pen.
Card stock: whisper white, ruby red, real red and pumpkin pie.
Paper: Bashful blue and old olive designer series paper.
Misc: White embossing powder and silver brads.
Tools used: Mat pack & piercing tool.

9 comments:

Clare (Littlebear) said...

This is fab Emma, so bright and fun, just what we need in this dull weather.
Clare x

Lynn said...

Emma, I love how you used the little heart punches to make the flowers. Just adorable!

Lynn

Sarah-Jane said...

Gorgeous card. I hate to tell you this but it is quite sunny here- although it's very windy, I think it supposed to hit here tomorrow, so there is something for me to look forward to! anyways, back to the card ~~~ yummy!! Very generous with the brads tho, you are gonna have to really like who you give this to!
Hugs S.J. xxx

JanJay said...

What a lovely antidote to the dismal weather, and all those brads!!!! You daredevil you!

Jan x

Lesley said...

Brilliant and well done on getting your sewing looking so neat!
Lesley x

My Little Space said...

love your sewing Emma...and yes that's alot of brads, they look fab!!

Mandy
x

CraftyC said...

A lovely card Emma!
Clairexx

Sue a/k/a MOUSEMOM40 said...

Oh this is just adorable! I could use the cheerful colors where I live too. It's been rainy and gray and BLAH all day. Thanks for sharing this lovely card with us!

Aimes said...

Just what I need for this miserable weather! Mustn't complain though as I think you've probably had way more than your fair share of the stuff in Wales!
Hmmm now where are my brads...? LOL!
Aimes
x