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Monday, 3 December 2018

December already!

Hello dear bloggers,

Here is my card for CAS(E) this Sketch made with stuff that was lying around on my pretty messy table. 
I have used a sizzix die cut and Aleeza water coloured it. It was slightly longer than the card so I folded it in and stuck it on the inside. 
The porcelain plate is over 53 years old and it belongs to my mum who generously let me have it. 

My mum copied it on a bottle and painted it with oil colours many years ago.


I will also enter this card in the following challenges:

http://4craftychicks.blogspot.com/ - anything goes
http://seizethebirthday.blogspot.com/ - birthday
https://aaacards.blogspot.com/ - anything


Happy crafting,

Monica 

9 comments:

jimlynn said...

Beautiful card Monica! The flowers are so lovely.
That plate is awesome! Something to always treasure since your mom painted on it. She's an artist - just like her daughter!
LYnn

StirYourCreativity said...

Fabulous card and equally fantastic source of inspiration

Jane said...

Beautiful card, love how it matches the plate. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards

Barbara said...

The plate that your Mum painted on is a great background for this card. Love how the flowers on the card match the plate. Great inspiration, and thanks for sharing this with us at Seize the Birthday.
Barbara DT member

kiwimeskreations said...

What a gorgeous card Monica - love the colouring on the die cut, and how you have constructed the card
Blessings
Maxine

Shirley-Anne said...

Quite elegant .Love the die cut strip and its colour .Well done Aleeza.

Nance said...

Pretty card. Love those pink flowers! Thanks for joining us at 4 Crafty Chicks for our Crazy Egg Challenge!

ÅsaJ said...

Beautiful card and love the idea of coloring the die cut. Thanks for joining AAA Cards! Hugs Åsa

Ksenija @Sweet Kobylkin said...

Monica, what a tender floral card you made! I love your idea of colouring the die cut. Thank you so much for sharing your card with us at AAA Cards Challenge. - Sweet Kobylkin
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