Thursday, 18 July 2019

Distress oxides and partly recycled

Hello dear bloggers,

Here is my card to show you today. The leaf has been die cut from the lid of a Nestle yoghurt jar and so has the thank you sentiment. The background has been done with three or four distress oxides. This card looks much prettier in real life.

The backdrop for this card is handmade paper from Thailand which has been made from elephant poop. Lol. A close friend's daughter got it when she went on a school trip. My younger one (who was all of seven then) kept smelling it from time to time to check for poop smell only to be surprised that there was none. 

I will enter this card in:

simonsaysstampblog - make your own background

Wish you card making full of joy and fun,



kiwimeskreations said...

What a gorgeous card Monica - love the slight texture in the leaves and sentiment and the fabulous background you have created.
Love the story about the paper! That's recycling to the max!

Creaine said...

This is so lovely, thank you for sharing with us over here at Get Creative Challenges and best of luck with your entry.
Ine (DT)

meg said...

beautiful card love the background colours and the texture on the die cuts, thank you for joining in at MMM

Debbie Mageed said...

Beautiful card! The watercolor textured background is just wonderful. Thank you for playing with us at Make My Monday and hope you can join us again soon.

Karen Brown said...

What a clever card! Yogurt tops and poop paper...who woulda thunk the end result would be so charming. Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday.

Deanne Saunders said...

Lovely card!!! Thanks so much for participating in our LEMON SHORTBREAD challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!!
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper

Created by Kath said...

Such a great card with even a better story about it! Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenges-Masculine Anything Goes!

Dr Sonia S V said...

WOW that background is fabulous !!

Dr Sonia

Monika Reeck said...

The BG looks wonderful and the Gold leaves it.
PS:I learn Italia and less made cards sweety...I am fine :)