Hello again my dear friends, thank you so much for your lovely messages regarding my poorly stitched up gum.
I do hope you are all safe and well, we had so many patients in the hospital this past week with nasty injuries due to falls in the snow.
We live down a side road that is never gritted, so I don't really like the drive to work until I reach the main roads, but I am glad to say that what little snow we did get here in Manchester has now all gone due to a downpour of rain.
Today's card is my DT creation for Sketch N Stash, we would love you to join in the fun with us this fortnight, just follow the sketch below, you can flip it, add embellishments etc but we must still be able to recognise the sketch. A member of the team chooses an optional theme and this time my lovely team mate Doreen has chosen Die cuts.
If you pop on over to the blog you can see what the rest of the very talented team have created
Optional theme Die cuts
We are being sponsored by crafty individuals who are offering the lucky winner the fab prize below.
As the theme was 'Die Cuts' I decided not to use an image but to see how many dies I could use instead,
I managed Six.
These are the dies I used
I haven't used the Cheery Lynn rose die to make roses with this time, it just goes to show how versatile this die is. If you would like to see a card made with the rose die it is here and a tutorial of how I make them is hereI would like to enter my card into the following challenge
Cheery Lynn designs challenge - Tickled Pink
Thank you for visiting my blog today and for any comments you may leave xx