Friday, 9 February 2018

One Stamp, Three Cards.

Good morning everyone hope you are all well, and looking forward to Spring.  Going by this weeks weather it is a bit away for us in this part of  Perthshire, Scotland with the deep snow we have had.  Today the sky is blue, the sun is shining brightly but my goodness its Baltic out there.
Never mind I saw some Snowdrops when I was out this morning and the evenings are a little lighter longer that`s a bonus. 
 Thank you everyone for your kind comments.  I forgot the little boxes I showed last time helped to raise so much money for Beth and her good cause.  Hazel (my sister) and I are always planning and organising events to raise money for something, keeps us out of mischief!!!!
Today I have 3 very different cards using the same stamp.

I am not the best at stamping although it has improved dramatically since JND promoted his Stamp Press.
The middle card came about because I made a mess of the leaves when stamping the whole image.   I cut the leaves away then cut up what was left to make the DL card.  That gave me the idea for cutting up the other images I had stamped. 
The stamp is a HoneyDoo Stamp and it does stamp beautifully when you do it right.  
 
That`s it for today
Thank you for calling by I really appreciate it
Have a great weekend,  hopefully I will have something ready for Monday 
Hugs
Patricia xxx


 

13 comments:

  1. What a fabulous trio Patricia, the middle one is fabulous and will be perfect for any sentiment to be added.It is such a crisp image by the looks of it. Our snowdrops are out and the daffodil shoots are appearing, no snow down here but very cold and windy xx

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  2. Oh yes you did and they are all beautiful!

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  3. Hello Patricia,
    You do wonderful flowers whether they are cut and made so they are 3D, or stamped as on these fabulous cards. I love all three of these and as Sarah says, the middle one really stands out.
    love Maureen x

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  4. Hi Patricia what a gorgeous card I love your image and you have coloured it beautifully
    It’s so nice to have you back blogging.
    Thank you for sharing

    Hugs Debs xx
    http://debsartliffscards.blogspot.co.uk/?m=1

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  5. Hi Patricia,
    oh these are such gorgeous cards and their designs are so brilliantly created.
    What a very beautiful stamp and your work looks excellent too.
    I shy away from making any card with boxes as I am not good at measuring.
    Have a lovely weekened.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  6. Hi patricia. Love this card, the colours an style are just gorgeous. Really like that flower stamp too. Nice to see you're still on blogland. Hope hazel is well? Xxx

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  7. Hi Patricia
    Loving all three of your cards the second one so cleverly done ,well done you .
    We too have snowdrops but my goodness it is so cold and this morning at 7.30 it was pitch black ,i will be so pleased when it gets warmer and lighter .
    Take care
    Elaine H X

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  8. Three lovely cards Patricia. Like them all. Wonderful colouring. Good to see you Elaine. Hope all is well

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  9. Three beautiful cards Patricia! The stamping looks perfect to me. I think the middle one was a happy accident as it's turned out to be a really different but wonderful card design. Love them! Debra x

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  10. They are gorgeous Patricia, Love my Stamping press too. xxx

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  11. Hello Patricia,
    Love all three designs and your stamped image is gorgeous.
    And as for you getting up to mischief? Surely not! Ha Ha
    Love Barbara xxx

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  12. Thankfully I have beaten Myra in this time!
    Oh Patricia these are three fabulous cards can I just say yes you are a fabulous stamper!
    With love
    Margaret xxx

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