Saturday, January 13, 2018

A bit of Pink

This wa a practise card to try and work out which circle punches or dies fit in the centres of the flowers. The flower die is to replace a punch I love but my hands struggle with. Unfortunately there was no name on the packet or the die and the seller doesn’t seem to sell it anymore.

So while sorting out the centres I wasn’t going to waste the flowers I made and made a quick card. The sentiment which is Simon says Stamp.

Well it’s been a busy and times boring week, I have had some deeper injections in my shoulders and was told to take it easy, I hate not doing anything drives Hubby potty or should I say I drive him so.

Hope to get into the craft room today to do some DT work but they’re changing my pain pills on Monday so next week could be interesting.


  1. These flowers are very pretty Debby and love that hot pink colour and all the different sized flowers look great together. I hope the injections and change of pills do the trick and you are able to get back to crafting quite quickly, as I know how frustrating it must be for you. x

  2. What a gorgeous experiment!! Love the bright pink colour, such a great design. Wishing you better days Debby xx

  3. Your card came out so pretty, love the hot pink. Hoping you feel better soon :)

  4. A very pretty card Debby, love the pink flowers.
    Hope your new pain relief works well
    Lorraine x

  5. Bright, vibrant and so pretty, Debby ... so spring like! Feel better soon! Anita :)

  6. Absolutely gorgeous card Debby x

  7. A pretty card! I like the assortment of sizes of your flowers. Adds lots of interest.

  8. Wish I could do a "practice card" like this or any other come to that LOO. SO pretty Debby.
    Hope all goes with your new pills.

  9. I love the simplicity of this Debby, your new flowers look fab. Good luck with your new pills.

  10. Hello Debby,
    your card is wonderful.
    Love Pink flowers ;o)



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