Thursday, 22 October 2015

With my goodies from Doncaster

One of my purchases from Doncaster was this stamp from Honey Doo Crafts. Now I blame Lesley (Crafty mamma) for introducing me to this company, by sending me a birthday card made with one of their stamps - there are many irresistible ones! I stamped the image and coloured it using my Be creative markers (Blush, Peach, frost Blue, Yellow green, Vivid green). I dusted around the edge of the die cut with Antique Linen Distress Ink. The papers, buttons and border are all Be Creative products too. The border comes in white, but I coloured it to make it match the colouring on the  stamped image.
On our first visit to see Meg we had a lovely walk around the Botanical Gardens. Here are a few photos...





 If you have the chance, do tune in to Hochanda on Saturday as you will see Justin with lots of goodies from Be Creative.  They have three shows scheduled - 11am, 2pm and 6pm.  Thanks for looking

15 comments:

  1. Glorious blooms Sally and a card to compliment your post perfectly.

    B x

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  2. Muito bonito,parabéns.Beijo.Valéria.

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  3. Stunning photo's and lovely looking card xxx

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  4. Hi Sal, wow so agree with your thoughts on these stamps...
    ...... and no, I am not going to look as on a buying ban, if I look I may succumb. :) if you look at my desk you'll see why am on the ban. :D
    Love this card, beautifully executed, and also love your images the colourcade style of creation is so breath-taking isnt it?
    Hugs Shaz in Oz.x

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  5. A beautiful card Sally and such lovely photographs. I didn't make it to Doncaster this time....maybe next year when I get my act together. xx

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  6. Love the flowers, and the stamp isn't bad either!! That Lesley is a great enabler!

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  7. Gorgeous card and lovely photos! Lesley has obviously started a ripple effect, as it washed a few Honey Doo stamps into my basket too!

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  8. I love your pretty card Sally, the flower stamp is lovely and so are the beautiful papers.
    The photos are gorgeous too, I especially like the Michaelmas Daisies and the colours of the trees.
    Jean x

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  9. Lovely card Sally so pretty with a vintage feel. Fab photos too!
    Val x

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  10. What a lovely stamp, beautifully coloured Sally, overall gorgeous card and some really stunning photographs :o)
    Jackie xx

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  11. Hi Sally, yes, Friday is fine for me. See you just outside the visitror centre. What time do you want to meet? :o)
    Jackie xx

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  12. Me again Sally, 10.30am is fine :o)
    Jackie xx

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  13. Beautiful card and pictures.

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  14. Gorgeous card, I'll have to keep an eye out for those stamps. Beautiful photos, too. I hope Meg has settled well at Uni.
    Helen

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  15. A beautiful card with one of my favourite flowers, your paper also pinks up the pink and makes it an all around super card.

    Beautiful photos, you certainly know how to take them beautifully.

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