Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Floral Bridge Card

Here's the card Leonie was doing a version of and one of Rosemary's favourites. I do like white on white cards with a little hint of colour. This card could also be called a bridge card, as the wrought iron fence die was used as a bridge between the sections. There are two die-cut pieces here for the length but they join together very easily . I'm sorry but Sue's embossing folder came out again but I do like this one and was great,as I had to use the PVA pearls.
So for this card I used 4 different dies from the new releases of D-lites, showing that they all work really well together. I think they are all in Set 1 if you are watching Create and Craft. Nearly ready for tomorrow,ironing,shopping and packing done and I've been to see my gorgeous Granddaughter.

I will not see her for over a week now but her mum my oldest daughter is teaching Mia how to do Face Time, so I can see her, but I will still be missing my cuddles.
So Happy Crafting for now.


  1. Hi Karen
    this card has a really stunning look to it and I love the crispness of the white on white and your little pop of colour.
    Just look at that cute little smile what a darling

  2. Hi Karen
    You have a beautiful grandaughter she is a little sweetie. Oh the card is lovely too. We have seven month old Alfie, and we are expecting a Sophie in November great grandchildren take care Kitty

  3. Good morning Karen,
    What a wee cutie she is and thank goodness that the computer and internet has brought our world so much closer just for occasions like this.
    Sorry, how rude of me....i too like white on white as a favourite with a dash of colour just to make it pop. What a beautiful card with the railing being used as a bridge to link east and west. I love the heart trellis embossing folder as it is so versatile and comes into use on so many occasions. The flower topper that you have made is so lovely and with the little sprigs of green coming out of it, just finishes it off.
    Love and crafty hugs