Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Brain fade!

I keep forgetting to mention that I have a Pinterest Board now - is that even what you call it? Thank you Coops for following :-) 
Have I posted this? Gosh, I so can't remember! I trawled through my posts and couldn't find it so I'm hoping it's new :-) It's a box I made for the card further down in the post - it was for one of the magazine Cardmaking competitions but I can't remember which one. Do you see a theme here?
Love this little LOTV church. I've teamed it with the NitWit collection Romance and Roses paper - it seemed an obvious choice :-)

I made a page book style card to go with it again using the Romance and Roses papers with a Magnolia image.

Hmm, this is a little 'death by photo'. I apologise. It was the annual parent/teacher meeting today and my brain is fried.
I used the Wild Rose Studio wedding cake stamp on the inside.

And finally this is the beautiful card Indigo made for me for Mother's Day :-) Just scrumptious.
I need a lie down in a darkened room now! Hope that you're having a fab week. It's nearly Friday :-) Thank you for stopping by. Hugs, Jayne x

11 comments:

Patricia said...

Brilliant, absolutely beautiful, love everything about this project
Patricia x

Sarah said...

What a fab collection Jayne, the book card is gorgeous, so to is Indigo's amazing Mother's Day card! xx

Annette said...

Wow, this is gorgeous. Love the pinks and that rolled ribbon too!
Hugs
Annette
xx

Squirrel x said...

Your wedding card is so fabulous that it almost makes me want to marry Toad again. Almost. And Indigo is such a star hun, that is such a super James card. Top of the class young lady. Hugs. Auntie Squirrel xx

Tracy Welham said...

Wow, wow, wow, stunning cards! Creative Blessings Tracy x

tilly's crafts said...

gorgeous card and box - they are stunning! And you've got serious competition from Indigo!
Kim x

Kara Lynne said...

I can only imagine that Parent/teacher conferences will do that to you! Beautiful wedding box and book card!

Indigo, your card is absolutely beautiful! You colored that sweet bear perfectly and I love the colors you chose on your card!

Lucy Woods said...

Wow just stunning!! I love the gorgeous cake! All your Colouring is so beautiful and I love the pretty papers too!
Aww what a lovely card Indigo made! I bet you were frilled to receive it!
Lucy xx

Kat W said...

Even if you had shared that beautiful card and box before it would have been worth seeing again; they are just divine! Absolutely love the papers, cute images and fab detailing :-)

I shall look forward to seeing you at Pinterest Anonymous very soon - you have been warned! If you want to see how the addiction progresses, pop over and see my many boards! I'm following you so you can link back to me via that.

Big hugs, Kat xx

Princess Judy Palmer said...

I think the margarita in today's post went straight to my brain because I thought you said you need to lie down in a DRUNKEN room (me too, honey, me too) but it turns out it was just a darkened room (I'll settle for that). Anyway, to your projects-very sweet and romantic; you picked the best papers for your projects. Death by photo indeed! We're here for the photos anyway, the words are just extra icing on the cake.

Rebecca Bradshaw said...

Wow, so much beautiful creativity in this post! I love how you've used these gorgeous papers and images. And what a gorgeous Mother's Day card! I've just followed you on Pinterest - I love it but have had to ration my time on there now because it can get out of hand...
Rebecca.
x