Monday, 7 March 2011

Whatever Happened To.....















.... last week? Oh to be back at primary school when playtime was a regular occurrence! Well, today I decided I deserved a break & made this card for mum for Mothers' Day using the Papermania "Chatsworth Collection" I bought when it came out -and never used. I even bought the stamps & almost managed not to smudge them!

7 comments:

Sarah said...

Sammie, your Mum's gonna love this. The papers and stamps are beautiful xx

Anesha said...

Such an elegant card Sammie, love it! Well done on your stamping!! Have a great day. Hugs ANesha

Beryl said...

Your mum's gonna love this Sammie - it's gorgeous - and by the way - there's nothing wrong with your stamping - have faith.
Had a great time away visiting the family and saw all FIVE grandchildren - at one time all in the same room.
Hugs
Beryl xx

Glee said...

This is an absolutely beautiful, beautiful card, Sammie! You just made my day with your comment on my blog -- I have wondered and wondered if you are doing okay and now I know that you are back!

Love ya, Glee

Terrie B x said...

Hiya Sammie....I just noticed your question on an older posting of mine!!!

Yes you can use sissix dyes on your cuttlebug machine....hope that helps you!!!
I love your beautiful card,those papers and stamps are `beautiful`....
I wil pop back over later to catch up...
have a lovely evening:) x

Sharon said...

Thanks for taking the time to stop by & always leaving such lovely comments. Keep these lovely creations coming.
hugs
Sharon

Fiona Whitehead said...

Gorgeous card Sammie - you're right - mum's are precious - I lost mine last year so spoil yours on Mother's Day! I have no idea why I have decided to alter cheese boxes - I just happened to have one and thought aha what could I do with this - only trouble is I've now run out of them and I can't keep eating the cheese as I'm big enough as it is! lol! Right - Sammie's challenge is to use those Stamps and post on here before Friday this week - how's that for a delicate book up the derriere! x