Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Where oh where have I been???

Dear sweet peeps,

This is my first post for February and I am in total disbelief about it. Life has been so busy that yet again blogging has taken a back seat.

Here is my card made with die cut flowers which I assembled together and put a seed in the centre. I do love these bright and natural seeds. They look even prettier in real life and their shine amazes me. A friend on Facebook told me that they are similar to lentils and can actually be eaten. The tag here has been recycled while the ribbon and sentiment are from my stash. Since it was Chinese New Year time here, I thought of giving it a cherry blossom look. A bit bright yet they look like Sakuras. This picture was taken before sunrise hence the quality such as this.

I will enter this card in: - anything goes - red along with die cuts - anything goes with a tag

Catch you soon,



jimlynn said...

Those flowers are so pretty Monica! Love how you used the seeds for the centers. A beautiful card!

Dr Sonia S V said...

We call the red seeds manjadi kuru in malayalam!!

Kirsti said...

Kaunis kortti. Kauniit kukat ♥

nwilliams6 said...

Very pretty flowers, Monica. What a great idea to use seeds as the center - very fun and they are perfect. I know what you mean about life kind of taking over and it being hard to post or catch up - I am always running behind. Hope things settle down a bit for us. Many hugz

Jean said...

I love your bright and colourful flowers Monica, and what a lovely idea to use the seeds for centers.
Jean x

Monika Reeck said...

woow I love that kraft paper Monica
and the flower looks vibrant with that background
beautifully made my friend
keep in touch please