Friday, 14 February 2014

"A Husbands Request"

Hello Blog friends and followers great to have you here once again.
Thank you for taking time out of your busy days to come visit me.  I love that you do that and leave all your lovely comments, I read every one.  Without your wonderful support this Blogging lark would be a total waste of time.  I am sure you all feel the same when you see and read all the comments you receive on your lovey Blogs.
If anyone has found my Wednesday and Thursday could you send them on to me please.   Usual jobs in the house have been done, meals cooked and eaten, washing done and ironed but goodness knows where the time went.  I really seem to have lost those two days somewhere along the line........LOL!!!  Here we go it is the weekend once again, loosing those days has brought that quicker than ever.  
Boys here tomorrow, Mum working, Dad has things to do in the house that will get done quicker if the boys are not there.  Hope it stays dry then we can all go for walks through the woods.  Seems ages since we have done that.  Only downside will be the mucky "wellies" when we get back.
My friend Wilma phoned the other day asking if I would make a card.  She had her friend Margaret`s  Hubby at the door asking "will that girl that makes the beautiful cards make me one for Margaret" ................. now with a request for the "girl" to make the card there was only one answer............Yes!  of course.   Feels great to be called a "girl" at this stage in the game.  So with an extra spring in my step here is what I made:-



Base card 8 x 8
Multiple layers of White and off White card
Signature Die from Joana Sheen to cut out the leaf shape backed with a piece of Tilda paper/card
Leaf  Die Cut used in the bottom right corner
SB Blossom Five Die and Tilda paper/card for the Roses
SB Matting Basics Die to create the frame
Sentiment done on the computer
I made and decorated the box with corners cut from the Tilda paper/card

Delivered this morning Margaret`s hubby delighted.  They don`t do Blogs or computers so I feel I can show it.

 I have entered this into the http://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.co.uk/ .......  Hand made flowers

That`s it for today
Thank you for popping by, I really appreciate it
Till next time
Have a great weekend
Hugs

Patricia   xx







37 comments:

  1. A beautiful card Patricia, so stylish 'girl'. xxxxx, xxx

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  2. beautiful card, came to say
    Happy Valentine's Day!
    Warmly,
    Bibiana

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  3. This is stunning and beautiful big sis! That will have made your day being called "girl" . Here's hoping this snow doesn't lie, L phoned saying it coming down thick in Edinburgh. Haxel xxx

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  4. Beautiful card Patricia, I love the flowers you make. I'm sure the lucky lady who receives this will b delighted !

    I can't recall the last time I was called a girl LOL

    Stay safe in this dreadful weather.

    hugs
    wynneth
    x

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  5. A beautiful card and the roses are lovely

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  6. Beautiful card Patricia. Very elegant.

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  7. Beautiful card Patricia. I love the white/off white with a pop of colour. A really elegant card.

    I've lost 2 evening this week. Never out but this week out two nights in a row. First I had the rural and then last night making cards with friends. Still I did enjoy both nights out!

    Have a lovely weekend. Hope the weather doesn't get any worse. It's pouring here now!

    Kat xx

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  8. A gorgeous card Patricia. A fabulous design and love the pretty flowers. Very elegant.
    Have a lovely weekend
    Lorraine x

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  9. Stunning card as always 'girl' xx and beautiful too as always xx hope the weather stays in Edinburgh for you xx have a fab weekend xx GailT xx

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  10. Hi Patricia, Wasn't that lovely, it must have given you a 'lift' when he called you 'girl', what a lovely hubby, and I'll bet his wife was amazed when she received this fabulous card.
    I love the simplicity of this card, but the attention to detail is stunning, totally stunning.
    I hope you have a good day with the boys tomorrow, my fingers crossed you have some dry weather for walking.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  11. Absolutely stunning Patricia. I love your elegant design and your flowers are totally gorgeous.
    I hope the weather is kind to you tomorrow so you can get out for a walk with your Grandsons, even if it is muddy!
    hugs Sue xx

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  12. This is so lovely Patricia. The trailing ivy under the flowers works so well. Hope you've seen the handmade flower challenge over at Frilly and Funkie? It would be fantastic to see one of your beautiful creations over there for even more people to see. Crossing my fingers! Hope your weekend goes well and it stays dry so you can get out with the boys. Jenny x

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  13. Beautiful card. So serene. :) Have a great week end. x

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  14. fabulous commission card Patricia - looks wonderful! I know what you mean about time - I just have no idea where it goes xx

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  15. Awww this is really lovely Patricia, I think the weeks seem to be flying by have a fab weekend huggles Sue xx

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  16. I like the negative die cut on this! Very elegant card. Happy Valentine's day to you.
    Donna

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  17. beautiful card Patricia, looks so classy, no wonder he was over the moon with the card.
    have a great day tomorrow.
    pam

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  18. Hi Patricia,
    Wow! a beautiful card, so stylish. Now girl ,have a good weekend and if you are able to get out enjoy your walk.
    Lydia
    X

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  19. Well, Miss Girl! This is stunning. I love how you peeked the matching dp out from the cutout ivy leaf & it also made beautiful roses on the crisp white. I'm sure they were delighted with this one. It's just lovely. Happy walkies. TFS & Hugs

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  20. Way to go girl! Fabulous card and I can well imagine the 'young man' was pleased as punch! Hope you get some decent weather for your walk, it's raining here at the moment, been awake since 325 so a slight improvement! Susan xx

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  21. Hello Patricia, your card is so elegant and stylish, beautifully designed, and with your usual signature blooms, I just love it.
    Love the girl bit, but we're all girls at heart aren't we?
    have a super day with Thomas and Robert, me....I'm off to work, hugs Kate X

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  22. Hello Patricia, this is so beautiful, so elegant..stunning, Carole Z X

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  23. Hi Patricia
    Just caught up looking at your lovely projects from the last few days.
    This card is beautiful so its no wonder the fella was pleased. It is effective using dies as apertures.
    Well "girl" off to catch up with the other girls too. Have a super weekend chuck.
    Ang x

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  24. Beautiful card, I love the negative, positive idea. Must try it sometime. I know how you feel about missing days, I can lose whole weeks. I once read that the first 21 years is the longest half of your life. Didn't make any sense at the time, but now....
    Cheers
    Janice W

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  25. Wowzers Patricia! Love how you used your ivy on your card and of course your stunningly beautiful roses! Such an elegant card, no wonder Margaret's husband was so pleased!! He should be, for it's sheer loveliness ;-) Hugs, Ira xox
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  26. Wow Patricia love the layers and frames with the ivy and beautiful roses.

    Hugs diane

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  27. Absolutely gorgeous, love those beautiful flowers.
    Rebecca.

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  28. This is gorgeous Patricia wow love the sentiment and flower so pretty!!
    Hugs
    Vic x

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  29. Big smile from me! Thanks so much for joining us at Frilly and Funkie Patricia. Jenny x

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  30. WOW! Patricia, this is stunning. Love how you have die cut the leaves as an aperture and put the same paper behind as used for the roses, brilliant.

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  31. Hi Patricia,
    what a superb creation. I love every bit of it. No wonder he was delighted. That paper you have made the roses with is soooooooo! pretty, and the colour is fantastic. Superb designing too. Love that really great ivy cutout of the top with that fab paper again just peeking out.
    Funny I only said on my bog today how quick the week has gone again, you start the new week and no sooner you look around and it's the weekend again.lol.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  32. This is just exquisite Patricia. Thanks for dropping by my blog. The older you get the faster the days go believe me.
    Hugs
    Margaret M

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  33. Hi Patricia....I know what you mean about days disappearing with the mundane things to do, boo, hiss!
    Such a shame when we could be so creative!
    Loving this card, so classy and elegant loving the flowers and touch of colour.
    Hugs Erika.

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  34. Hey girl! That's one beautiful and elegant card you made there. The layers and the floral details--lovely!

    As far as where the days went... Saturday and Sunday???! Did you see them. POOF they vanished like they never existed. Monday was hot on their heels.

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  35. This is so elegant and the patterned flowers just pop on the white background. Thanks for joining us at Frilly and Funkie.
    Hugs!
    Cec

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  36. Hi, it's my first time here, I saw that you'd won a gift card at Frilly and Funkie, so I want to come congratulate you. This was a beautiful surprise. I agree, being called a girl would be a wonderful thing! The card is fabulous, and I'm sure Margaret will be pleased that her hubbs was that thoughtful. lol Thanks for sharing, and I'll be back for another visit. Thanks, Jess

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