Tuesday, 27 June 2017

For an 80th Birthday

Hello sweet bloggers,

Thank you for your kind words on my previous post. It is summer holidays now so life is calmer in some ways. This card was made for one of my neigbour's who is celebrating her mum's 80th. She paid me $10 Singapore dollars for it which will go toward a home that supports abused women in Malaysia. 
It is a very simple card made primarily with designer paper from my stash and pop up glue. The numbers are from my stash as well and the nesties were die cut from a silver envelope.

These flowers were arranged and taken to a very lovely lady's home for dinner. I added a pink ribbon to make the white vase look dressy.

Happy blogging and happy crafting,



nwilliams6 said...

Very pretty card, Monica. I love that you make cards to help support such a worthwhile charity. The flowers in the vase are GORGEOUS. What lovely things to receive for a birthday. Many hugz

kiwimeskreations said...

What great use of the paper to make the card Monica, and the reused silver paper is ideal for the die cuts. Your flowers in the vase are so very pretty

Donna Ellis said...

Delightful card, and sweet, beautiful flowers! Wishing you well, Monica! xx

Skye said...

A very stylish card. You are very clever with your crafting recycling. The flowers are gorgeous and you are right the ribbon does add style.