I'm here to remind you that there's still time to enter The Flower Challenge.
Why not give one of your older stamps some love and make a card for this month's challenge. Remember that the focus has to be a flower that you've stamped or die cut and that you can only enter six other challenges.
This is gorgeous, Bobby! That set has always been on my wishlist but never made it into my shopping basket. May have to rectify that soon...ReplyDelete
May the Christmas season fill your home with joy, your heart with love and your life with laughter.ReplyDelete
Oldie, but still as magnificent as the first time I laid eyes on it, Bobby! of course, a girl can never go wrong by starting with this lovely gray paper...ReplyDelete
Fallen behind (cards, tags, trip to mom's) but catching up right now! You've breathed new life into your old stamp, Bobby, in designing a card that is simply gorgeous...ReplyDelete
Oh I love this image too!! and I love the concept for this months challenge! I have so many well loved older stamps that need some ink!! I hope I can join.ReplyDelete
This is the perfect Sympathy card... so soft and serene. You hate needing them but when you do this is a beautiful card to send!
A beautiful and elegant sympathy card, Bobby! Really fabulous on gray!ReplyDelete
Love the idea of inked strip for the sentiment !
This is beautiful!!ReplyDelete
This is one of my favorite sets, too, Bobby! You've made a sensational sympathy card design with it! 🎄Happy Holiday Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
What a gorgeous card Bobby! Love that stamp set and the beautiful greens with the heat embossing.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Bobby and I love these flowers so pretty in white. Love how you stamped the ferns lighter, it really makes the flowers stand out. Beautiful job!ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful card here Bobby.Loving your green and the white flowers it really makes them stand out so well.Wishing you and your family a very Happy Christmas too ;) hugs Viv xxReplyDelete
Bobby, this flowers look like Queen Anne's Lace, so delicate and beautiful.ReplyDelete
Love the creamy white of the flowers with the deep green of the leaves.
Just in case your card is late, I want to wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas and a fabulous 2019.
Goodness, this is beautiful, Bobby ... always love to see you use this gorgeous image ... and you've done so to perfection with this soft, delicate sympathy card! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete