Saturday 10 November 2012

Spring Woodland Card

Here's another card piccie that was lurking on the old SD card:
I used:

- a QVC kit, designed by Dawn Bibby, called Spring Woodland. I love all the designs in this kit and still have loads left to play with. They're all colour co-ordinated and with some cute images and matching card stock

- I made this using my old favourite, an easel style, and it was really just a matter of putting things together and adding some bling. Simples!!

We have sunshine in Spain today - yippee :) I'm off to take a peek at the Playground now - rumours of a fire reached me :(



  1. How cute owl. Love your card.
    Have a nice weekend
    Hugs Tamara

  2. Oh my! This card is just gorgeous! I am in awe! I don't know how to make the fancy folded cards.
    I have been collecting a few directions lately...Some kind bloggers have been sharing their methods...
    I hope 2013 sees me breaking out of my flat, single fold card rut!

    I love the owl, the design and the colour. The flowers up on the right tpp are just great.

  3. this card is beautiful Di, really love the cute owl. Glad you are enjoying the sunshine. Lynn x

  4. Lovely card, Di. Glad you are having a good break with some good sun. I shouldn't worry too much about those fire rumours. I am sure it was just the Bonfire Night celebrations. xx Maggie

  5. Pretty card there Mrs! Love the colours and owls are always a hoot!
    Been meaning to tell you about the fire incident. I want to let it be known I did not approve of the idea from the start! Honest!

  6. Well we had some here not like what your getting it then started raining later on but it was nice to see the sun out! so gorgeous and what an awesome image just love everything about it enjoy your time away xx

  7. Gorgeous card - I am loving owls at the moment. Sunshine - we could do with some of that. We are off to Spain for a week at the end of the month, and cannot wait! Ali x


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