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Saturday, 19 March 2011

Card for my aunt




Hiya bloggers,

We are in Singapore to see my husband who has been unwell again... Poor guy, I hope he recovers soon and is back to his feet soon.

This is a card I made for my grand aunt in Baltimore as she is recuperating from a knee replacement surgery.

It is a simple card as usual with my handmade roses - they are made with a scalloped round punch so they are a little different.

The stickers are from Ek Success - wish the picture quality was better because the stickers look really rich in real life. The silver tissue paper and ribbon are from my stash.

I hope my lovely aunt likes this card.

Hugs and smiles to all of you. Happy crafting as well,

Monica


19 comments:

Rose Petal said...

Hello Monica. How lovely to see another of your lovely cards. I just love this look and those cute roses, well, I really am going to have to give them a try, they are gorgeous. I am sure your Great Aunt will be thrilled with this card.
Happy crafting. I hope that your husband feels better quickly.
Love sandra xxx

Sylvia x said...

another really great card...i'm sure your aunt will love it. the roses are super duper.

best wwishes to your hubby and hope he is soon fit and well

sylvia x

Crafty Cre8tions said...

Your aunt will be so pleased to get this card! I'm sure it will brighten her day!
Sorry to read about her hubby. Hoping for a quick recovery!
Maria

1CardCreator said...

Lovely card Monica, those roses are gorgeous, amazed when I read you made them, so talented. I'm sure she will love it. ~Diane

♪♫♥ Charity Crafter ♪♫♥ said...

I think your aunt will love this x Leigh x

♪♫♥ Charity Crafter ♪♫♥ said...

Sending healing thougts for hubby x Leigh x

Bea said...

Hi MOnica - lovely card and I am sure will be appreciated by your aunt.
Wishing your hubby a speedy recovery

Sandy Ang said...

So sorry to hear that your husband is not feeling well. It must feel good to be able to be with him. Sending cheers from sunny little Singapore

Shirley-anne said...

I am sure Hubby appreciates you being near . Hello Monica . Hope you are taking care of yourself too,
I think it is a given that your Aunt will love your hand made card . It is beautiful and those Roses , well they are amazing as usual .

Divya said...

Wow!superb work... Congrats!

Amanda@RelovedRubbish said...

Monica, your Aunt is going to LOVE this card! It is amazing! I love the sparkle and the mini bouquet of roses.

Amanda
xoxo

Colleen Holmes said...

Monica, sure hope your hubby feels better soon. Is your Aunt in Baltimore Maryland? Your card is so pretty and she is going to love it! How did you make the roses out of scallop punch for they are gorgeous! Hugz, Colleen

Michelle said...

Hi Monica

Sorry to hear that your Hubby is not well again

This is an absolutely stunning card and I am sure your Aunt will love it.

Your roses look so pretty.

Please remember to take care of yourself too.

Michelle :-)

Karin said...

The flowers are beautiful and the metallic paper is lovely with it's raw edge...Thoughts and prayers for a quick recovery :)

Fiona said...

Monica, your work is so inspiring! Please have a look at my blog - there is an award offered to you :)

Terry Oulboub said...

So sorry to hear your husband is still not up to par - hopefully he will get back to normal health soon. This is a lovely card for your great aunt who will love it after her surgery - it is sure to bring a smile to her face - love those flourishes and the color combo is awesome! Great job adding a smidget of color there!

Blissmade Designs said...

Wonderful card! I'm sure your aunt will love it! Hope your husband gets better soon!

iram said...

wow what a lucky ant who,s receiving such love :) i am hosting a little giveaway at my blog of a hand made beaded wrist band ,ends on 20th April , please do enter .regards

http://artscraftsnhobbies.blogspot.com/2011/03/100-followers-give-away.html
erum

jimlynn said...

Just simply a beautiful card Monica! Love that touch of color too.
So sorry to hear your husband is not well again. I will keep him (and you and your family) in my thoughts and prayers.
Lynn