I was so looking forward to using last week's ColourQ inspiration but sadly, being called away meant I didn't get time. This week there's a very intriguing palette!
Greens and greys - aren't they gorgeous?! Greens are always associated with good luck in my mind (for some reason that I can't quite pin down at the moment...!) so I made a quick good luck card. Come and have a look:
This ornate frame from the free Sale-a-bration set Elementary Elegance is perfect for a focal sentiment and seems to be at home in pretty much any colour. Not only that but the set is free with any order of £45 or more - which just adds to its loveliness!
The sentiment is from Sincere Salutations and is one of my most-used sentiment sets with its gorgeous flowing scripts. I added the little bird from Elementary Elegance - I love the way these little images look when they're used as part of a sentiment.
Here's what you need to make today's card:
STAMPS: Elementary Elegance, Sincere Salutations,
INK: Basic Grey, Garden Green, Wild Wasabi
CARD STOCK: Naturals Ivory, Certainly Celery, Garden Green
I'd be delighted to order any of these items for you and can have them delivered to your address in the UK. I'm committed to providing excellent customer service and am always happy to offer help and advice.
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Come and see the lemon meringue pie I made on Sunday:
My son isn't a big fan of cake so he asked me to make him a lemon meringue pie for his birthday instead. The last one of these I made was before I had the children!
It was pretty tasty, although I did wonder how we were going to get the candles in...
In the end my son lit and blew out one large candle 11 times which he enjoyed enormously!
I'm still trying to catch up after being away last week and after the weekend's birthday celebrations, so if I haven't been round to your blog yet I do apologise - I'll get there in the end!
See you tomorrow,