Friday, 4 April 2014

For Less is More again

Hello sweet bloggers,
Thank you for not giving up on me even though I have been rather slow with my visits. Aleeza sure keeps me busy and I wish I could do with adult company sometimes. Never mind, this too shall pass. And time has passed rather well, I have to say. Her hard cast comes off on April 7th and then she has a bandage to wear for another two weeks. 
Here is another card with the lovely rub-ons that Lynn sent me. Aleeza and I did them together had lots of fun. I had to add those dainty pearls to cover up some unwanted marks that appeared from almost no where. Funny how cards some times attract stains at the most prominent places. The ribbon sentiment is from Hero Arts and I have had it for two years or more. The more I see it, the more I love it. Rekindled romance for sure here. Lol.
I know it is a bit late to submit this card for the challenge at LIM this week yet I am going ahead.

It doesn't seem like a Friday for some reason - anyway TGIF!

See you later,



Kirsti said...

Kaunis kortti. Hyvää viikonloppua ♥

McCrafty's Cards said...

This is gorgeous Monica I like the flowers and the textured background.
Kevin xx

Sue said...

Beautiful card Monica,love the image.
Glad to hear Aleeza will soon be free of her hard cast.
Hugs Sue x

jimlynn said...

Monica, this is so pretty and glad y'all are having fun with the stickers.
Don't worry about the blog - just take care of Aleeza - and it sounds like she's doing really good now. Not too much longer and she'll be as good as new.

Chrissie said...

What a cute card Monica, I love the effect of that leaf in the background.
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

nwilliams6 said...

Pretty flowers and colors. Love the paper you used too - great texture. Hugz!

Cathy said...

Very pretty card Monica, lucky we have bling to add to those pesky marks that do appear from nowhere! Looks like you positioned it there on purpose as it looks great. (P.S. you asked what vilene was? it'a very lightweight fabric for strengthening the facings of garments when you're sewing. I used it in my flower die instead of card stock as I liked the effect)Cathy x

Skye said...

A very pretty card. I like the textured base card and the colour combination, works well. Thank goodness for bling, I think we have all been there