Friday, 11 March 2016

And yet more Hunkydory!

A few days ago I lifted out an old Hunkydory kit I'd not used for some time, and there is still masses and masses of stuff left in it so I thought I'd make an extra effort to use more of it over the next few weeks. For this card, I have made an easel card from a sheet of A4 white card, covering it with panels of a roses and lace design card from the kit, embellished with some rose-printed satin ribbon that's been in my "too nice to cut into" bag for years and years. A floral topper from the kit and lots of matting and layering, and the card is finished.

I'm sharing this with

Alphabet Challenge - Pink
Use Your Stuff - Lace, Ribbon or Twine


Pat said...

Very pretty card with a lovely topper, thanks for sharing at Alphabet Challenge.

Pat xx

Liz said...

A pretty card, Jane. I know what you mean about having ribbon that's 'too nice to cut into". Often I'm not sure what I'm saving it for, but still don't like to use it! xx

missgailly said...

Such a lovely, lovely card!
Gail from Use Your Stuff

JayBe said...

This is gorgeous, Jane - love all the roses.

Thanx for playing along with our 'Anything Pink' theme at the Alphabet Challenge.

Hugz, Jan (DT) xx

Lori said...

This is gorgeous!Love the vintage feel to those papers! Thank you so much for sharing with us this week at Use Your Stuff!

Darlene said...

Beautifully crafted! Love the fold! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at the USE YOUR STUFF Challenge Blog! We hope to see you again next week!


Tammy L said...

Wow, these are so pretty...feminine and delicate. :) Thanks for playing with us at USE YOUR STUFF and hope to see you again!
Tammy DT Co-ordinator

Tammy said...

Gorgeous card and fabulous design! Thanks for joining us at Alphabet Challenge Blog!
Tammy x

Unknown said...

So pretty! Beautiful feminine papers and ribbon!

Thanks for joining us at Use Your Stuff! I hope you will join us for our next challenge as well!

Tammy C

Shirl said...

What a lovely easel card you have created. Love the soft feminine colours and the papers and ribbon just make it pop! Thanks for playing along with us over at Use Your Stuff! Hugs DT Shirl