QKR Stampede blog challenge - Anything goes. I used the QKR image Patchwork Stars on the dotted embossed background. The paper came from my blue scrap bag, I am always happy when I use up some of my scraps because I have lots of it. :)
I hope you all are keeping warm out there. We have sure had some cold weather in many of our states the last two weeks. I have been staying inside as much as possible. I have sinus and today I am losing my voice. I am ready for it to get better. My husband can't hear anything I am saying. :)
Have a safe and happy weekend.
A beautiful card Shirley. Just popping in to say Happy New Year!! I hope you and yours had a wonderful holiday! May 2018 be a year of crafting, friendship and good health!! sending hugs :)ReplyDelete
What a nice little card with those pretty blue colors and slightly wonky stars! Love the look! Thanks for the nice anniversary wishes and a very happy new year to you and yours!ReplyDelete
Thinking that the cold may have turned EVERYTHING blue, as it is FREEZING out there here too! Love this layout and those stars are just the thing to make the recipient of your card know they are special!ReplyDelete
Hope you get your voice back! Stay inside and stay warm! Hugs!
Great CAS card and love the stars-I hear sinus are very painfull hope you feel better soon-I am just getting back to normal after having a fall and fracturing 2 ribs 2 weeks before Christmas which put a halt to everything!!!ReplyDelete
Wow! Fantastic use of those stars, and you have kept them so perfectly in line, Shirley! Hoping you are soon feeling much better! hugs, deReplyDelete
What a darling patchwork card. Very cute. I hope you are better soon! My family is still getting over a stomach flu. It is getting old! Have a good saturday!ReplyDelete
Love the card and the shape of those stars, the papers are pretty. I hope you are better today and keeping warm.ReplyDelete
I'm staying in as much as possible too! (When you are a crafter...smile You can always find things to do.ReplyDelete
Your card is really cute! And nicely done!