Wednesday 7 May 2014

Botanical Notes

Used a new stamp which was yet another birthday present from a friend, I was so spoilt with crafty goodies this year I've still got lots of new stuff to play with!  Love this Penny Black stamp, so pretty.
I'm not a Copic pen fan as I've been so disappointed that mine have nearly all dried out despite hardly been used and stored in a airtight box but I was told about some new pens that are being sold in The Works and they are only 99pence each, having tried them I can't tell the difference between them and my Promarkers except they are half the price, not a huge range of colours but all the basics are there .Any how after digressing with that............ Used a piece of Tim Holtz wallflower collection paper overstamped with the wording from the butterfly stamp set, piece of vellum, butterfly ribbon,twine and button.

Make My Monday - seasonal flowers and inspirational picture colours Lilac/Green and Blue
Flonzcraft Vintage Stamping - Ribbons and bows (butterfly ribbon and twine bow)
Stamping Sensations - anything goes


  1. I love this Joan the image is gorgeous, what a lovely gift. Thankyou joining us at MMM.
    Suzi B xx

  2. A great creation for our challenge Joan and gorgeous colours, thanks so much for sharing with us at Stamping Sensations challenge.

    B x

  3. Gosh this is a beAutiful image and makes for a beautiful card.

  4. Love this image, beautifully coloured.( Thanks for the tip about the 99p pens, must have a look)
    Another lovely background with the subtle stamping.
    Avril xx

  5. Absolutely beautiful, Joan, and the colouring is fab - must check out those pens! Thank you for sharing your lovely card with us at Stamping Sensations.


  6. Pretty card, thank you for joining us this week at MMM, Laura DT xx

  7. This is absolutely gorgeous Joan and I really love that beautiful flower and the vintage style to your card.
    Thanks for joining in at Make My Monday.
    Fliss xx


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