Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Creative Wednesday

Hello there , welcome to my room . Thanks for calling in . Hope you like what you see of my simple creations . It is a glorious day in Adelaide .
                         " Each day has something special,
                            Some joy or souvenir
                           It might be gone tomorrow
                           So enjoy it while it's here"
Here's hoping that where ever you are , the weather is being  as kind .
My card  shared today is one I made with some friends the other day .
I imagined the lady in this image is contemplating what her future holds .
Now I am sorry but this was made from part sheets of paper and card and I cant remember from whence they came . The sentiment however , is from Hero Arts . The image is from Stampendous , a cling rubber image .A diecut set was used for frames , while the flowers and bow are from my stash .
I am hoping this card will be suitable for these challenges .  #136,  Borders and Frames [ ends Nov 5th]  #55 Anything Goes [ends Sunday ]

Enjoy the rest of your week , " Put yesterday behind you
                                                          It's gone and wont come back "
Catch you again soon , cheers for now , Shirley-Anne


  1. oh shirley hun this is really one beautiful image just love it,and those papers,and gorgeous layout shows her off beautifully hugs cherylxx

  2. What wonderful advice about yesterday...if that means last Thursday as well, then all will be right with me
    Fabulous card elegant...

    Luv CHRISSYxx

  3. The way you framed her is lovely anasal discharge such a nice striped background

  4. This comment is from a craft friend as an email

    Hi Shirley, I am loving your series of vintage ladies - Are they stamps or digi? I also loved the card you made recycling the dress pattern. I have done that myself - I made some tissue flowers from the paper patterns, but didn't think to use the envelopes the patterns came from - now I am going to have a look at the outside of my old patterns! Brilliant idea! Love helen xx

  5. Beautiful card Shirley-Anne, the image is gorgeous, I like the flowers and the sentiment
    Kevin xx

  6. Hi Shirley-Anne,

    Such an angelic image... love her expressions and the sentiment is so touching.

    Glad you had a good day in Adelaide,


  7. Gorgeous card Shirley-Anne, beautiful image! Your sayings are so true! Very overcast day to with odd showers, take CareX:)

  8. Very Victorian lovely!! So creative too!

  9. Lovely card! Great stamp did you use. Thanks for joining us at stamptacular sunday and I wish you luck on the challenge. Hope we see you soon again.


  10. Beautiful card Shirley-Anne,great all of your saying's in your post so very true.....
    Mandy x

  11. Beautiful image and sentiment. A really lovely card:)

  12. What a beautiful creation! Very elegant, Shirley-Anne....just lovely!

  13. A beautyful image love the way you framed it, thank you for joining our challenge this week at Stamptacular Sunday

    Hugs Winnie

  14. Hi Shyrley-Anne
    Very pretty creation, Good Job!
    Thanks for joining us at Lollipop Crafts this week. Good Luck!

  15. beautiful card, love that image, thank you for joining our challenge at Stamptacular Sunday,hugs,martina

  16. Hi, this is a wonderful creation, so elegant. Many thanks for your comment on my card for MIM, and also for the info on where my sentiment was from. The whole set of these Hero Art sentiments are so useful for a whole range of cards....... Hugs, Vicki x

  17. This is just gorgeous,I do so love the

  18. Beautiful vintage card, love the flowers and image!

    So Sorry for my absence, promise to be better from now on!

  19. This is beautiful, love this lady on your card, so elegant xxx

  20. I love this card; such an elegant image. And the colours are a perfect combination too.

    There are two new Christmas cards on my blog and you can find them here
    Kate x


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hugs Shirley-Anne