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Saturday, 16 April 2011

Card for a Centenarian

Was the remit from my Mum to give a male aquaintance. I hope this fits the bill!
I've used an image and backing paper from Joanna Sheens Jayne Netley Mayhew CD all printed onto pearlescent paper. The gold mirri card is embossed with a flourish embossing folder from Creative Expressions. Sentiment stamp from LOTV. Card is finished with some ribbon, a bow, a button, some peel off corners and some gems.
I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Bunny Zoes - One for the Boys
Little Claires - Animals

And that's all for today folks, many thanks for taking the time to look and comment - I do appreciate it.
Carol x


  1. Lovely card Carol the owl is very elegant looking loving the layout too
    Jacki xx

  2. I'm sure he will love it! It's stunning xx Jan

  3. Hi Carol,
    Just beautiful. Love the owl iamge and the dp's. The embossed panel looks fab. Love the embellishments, they really finish it off just lovely.
    Hugs Jacqui xxxxx

  4. What a perfect card for the occasion, ideal for a male and for a fab 100yrs! Never easy to do male cards but this is beautifully put together. Hugs to you, Ellie Maggie x

  5. This is lovely Carol, beautiful image, the embossing works perfectly with it. Very elegant card. Jo x

  6. It's lovely. I'm sure he'll love it. Hazel x

  7. What a fabulous card!
    Thank you so much for joining us at Little Claire's this week x

  8. its perfect for the remit Carol, he will love it...thanks for joining in with our Bunny Zoe's Crafts monthly challenge
    Mina xxx


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