Sunday, 21 March 2021

LPoCF #154 Bountiful Blooms

 Hello again,

Today brings us to another Anything goes Challenge with my Team mates over at Lil Patch of Crafty Friends, this fortnight we are sponsored by Rachel Vass Designs- Etsy Shop, I chose to use a digi that came sized for a slimline card called 'Bountiful Blooms', right now I have left it sentiment free, I can add one at a later date.

This week may see us have nearly 1m or 3feet of rainfall where I live, our laundry is flooded although the rain has just been constant rather than extremely heavy downpours like last year when the train line washed away the next town up the mountain. The main dam for Sydney has gone from below 40% full last year to now overflowing, a new bridge in a known flood area was built with the intention that it would never be under flood, has had all traffic stopped from using it as the water is lapping just below the road level and is expected to go under water in the next few hours...

Rachel Vass Designs

Prize 3 Digi images

Here is my card:

What I used:-
White cardstock cut/scored to make slimline card 10cmx21cm
White cardstock 
London Fog Memento inkpad
Kaisercraft script stamp
Kaisercraft Pens (341P, 17 Pastel Pink, 131 Blush)
Scrap cardstock
WRMK Deckle edge blade Magnetic Twist Trimmer
Butterfly die (magazine)
Kindyglitz Silver
First Edition 'Rose Garden' paper pad

I would like to enter this card in:-

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I hope you are all safe, well and dry

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Liz said...

Beautiful card. The flooding sounds really bad, hope everyone in the area stays safe. xx

Kathleen said...

What a great image with a lovely colour choice and design, super little butterflies too. When I first started card making, quite a few years ago now, these slim line cards were all the rage then, what goes around, comes around. Spoke to my Daughter last Sunday as it was Mother's Day here but she never mentioned the dam but must have not happened by then.

Kath x