Thursday, 11 June 2020

New Goodies!

Hi There

Yesterday I got some goodies from America that were Birthday presents from my Mum and Dad and my crafty cousin and dear friend Lynn.

Plus another family member asked me to make a card for her Mum and she wanted flowers and butterflies and blues! So with all these new goodies I got to work and came up with this:

I used CASual Frdiays floral background, heat embossed on navy card. I die cut the panels with my new Penny Black Frame Dies. The sentiment is from Erin Lee Creative-thank you remembered the set I loved! And ended of with stitched butterflies from Poppy Stamps and added some green enamel dots.

It was fun using all my new goodies and even more that I was making it for a dear Family member!

I will enter:

Color Throwdown-quite a hard combo but I got there!
Have a fun day x


  1. Fabulous card. How fun to get new supplies. So happy for you. Love that dramatic white embossing on the dark background.

  2. So pretty! Love the embossed floral panel. Thanks for joining us for this week's Color Throwdown!

  3. I'm so glad you got wonderful new goodies for your birthday, Sandie, and that you got right to playing with them! The result is a stunning card for your commission! I love the font on the sediment, the sweet butterflies, and that lovely floral background! Don't forget to share it with everyone over at NBUS. Take care! Hugs, Darnell

  4. The white on blue alone is stunning, but with the pop of colour from the butterflies it looks super! Hugs, Gerrina

  5. Beautiful -- all the elements are fantastic, but the white on navy is stunning, Sandie!

  6. I love the way the white heat embossing 'pop' on the blue card, Sandie! So eye-catching! A lovely card, that I'm sure the recipient will treasure! Glad you had fun with your new 'goodies'! Take care! Thanks for joining us at PB Saturday Challenge this month! :)

  7. How fun to get new goodies, Sandie ... and you made such lovely use of them! This is so delicate and pretty ... and the classic style of the navy and white is gorgeous, especially with the pops of colour in the tiny butterflies! Hugs, Anita :)