07 November 2011

Flower power

Hi there!

Can you believe... we had a few drops of rain this morning in the desert! I was hoping it would keep on raining, but at the end, it was only... a few drops. A good shower of rain would be so nice. But... we stay hopeful !

Some flowers that don't need rain are those on my card today! Stamped with my Sizzix stamp and die cut set.

The font I used to create the sentiment is called "blomster" . You can download it HERE, or if you don't want to go to all the trouble, you  may use this one I created.

You can find more sentiments like this one in the sidebar (top). I will add some more with upcoming posts!

In English -
In Afrikaans -
Inspiration for this card:

simply less is more ~ red and orange
cas-ualfridays ~ over the edge
paper sundaes ~ rectangles
birthday sundaes ~ include birthday sentiment

Thanks for visiting my blog!


Chrissie said...

This is simply beautiful Hannelie!
Super card!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Beryl K said...

Beautiful card
Beryl x

chrissy xx said...

Just Stunning!!

Tracey said...

This is a lovely card. Tracey x

wifeycookie said...

Hi Hanelie.

This one's very nice.. I like it's simplicity in design. Very clean... :)

Jenny aka Wifey Cookie

Maribel said...

I love these cute flowers and the bling details that you added! Thank you for playing along with us at Birthday Sundaes!

Jacqui said...

Beautiful card! I love the simplicity of it but it's so elegant at the same time. Thanks for the lovely sentiment too.

Laura Davis said...

Cute card!
Thanks for playing at Cas-ual Fridays!

Crystal said...

Love the orange on this card and the flowers are beautful. Thanks for playing along with us at Paper Sundaes this week :)

Kristie W. said...

What a pretty card! I love those flowers and how you used the ribbon. Thank you for playing along with Birthday Sundaes!

Jenny said...

Thanks so much for joining in our fun over at Paper Sundaes this week.
I love the colours and the simplicity of this card. Lovely!

Kelley said...

Your birthday card is wonderful. Thank you for the sentiment.

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