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Tuesday, 2 March 2021

Say it With Flowers at Try it on Tuesday


Say It With Flowers is our new challenge at Try it on Tuesday and we would love to see how you interpret this.

I need some birthday cards and what better way to say Happy Birthday than with flowers.
A mop up oxide background to start and then this AALL & Create stamp, I also stamped the flower heads again, coloured and fussy cut,  the bottles were stamped on acetate, fussy cut and attached with Glosssy Accents.

The rest of the DT have some fabulous inspirations so please pop over to the main blog where you will also find all the challenge details.

Thanks for calling in, I know I haven't been around this week, we've had two poorly babies and they ended up in hospital on Thursday, but I'm pleased to say they're home and are so much better, although very clingy, so I've been helping out with lots of nursing and cuddles while Mummy and Daddy catch up on some much needed sleep.

Have a great day,
Avril xx


Janette said...

Hi Avril, this is so pretty, love the mop up it looks gorgeous and the sweet flowers, its gorgeous.
Hope your keeping well.xx

Marjut said...

Beautiful card, lovely Oxide ink background.
Have a nice week!

Valerie-Jael said...

Wonderful card, love the background! Stay safe, hugs,Valerie

Valerie-Jael said...

Sorry about the babies!

Helen said...

Gorgeous card Avril! LOVE that stamp!! And hugs to the wee ones that they are better! Have a fantastic week! ((HUGS)) Helen

Viv said...

Fabulous card Avril.x

Let's Art Journal said...

Such a beautiful card! I love the stamp you used and all the detail that you created by fussy cutting the flowers and using acetate for the vases - amazing 😁. Glad to hear the twins are both ok, it must have been a scary with them going to hospital - wishing them well! Take care and Happy March! Hugs, Jo x

crafty-stamper said...

Great background and love the fabulous stamp.Sorry to hear the twins have been ill but glad to hear they are feeling a lot better
Carol x

My name is Erika. said...

Sorry to hear the babies were doing poorly, but glad to hear they are back on the improve. This is one of my favorite stamps. You sued it great to make a wonderful card Avril. Happy March! hugs-Erika

aussie aNNie said...

Most gorgeous project and work of art....xx
[I am so fed up with the robot thing now again for the fourth day]

Meggymay said...

Oh Avril sorry to read that the babies have been poorly I hope all is going well now , you all must have been so worried.
I love your beautiful birthday card and the flowers in the jars.
Stay safe
Yvonne xx

Maryann scrapbooking said...

Magnifique création florale, j'aime beaucoup.
On croirait un tableau.
Merci pour votre gentil commentaire, j'ai eu grand plaisir à rejoindre votre équipe en tant qu'invité.

Magnificent floral creation, I like it a lot.
It looks like a painting.
Thank you for your kind comment, it was a great pleasure to join your team as a guest.

pearshapedcrafting said...

I love how you used this stamp Avril - what a great idea to use acetate for the vase! Babies going into hospital is always scary so you had a double dose of that! My youngest was only month old and it was just before Christmas when we had to take him to hospital - thank goodness he was home for Christmas but this reminded me just how I felt! Glad you are able to let Mummy and Daddy sleep! Glad all is well now! Take care, Hugs Chrisxx

Linda Kunsman said...

a beautiful card and stamp Avril!

sally said...

I always love a mop-up as a starter & that stamp is lovely on here!

Sally xx

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Isn't this just the perfect stamp for everything.. I lost count of the amount of times I used this last year even tried to use it for Christmas hee hee!! Beautiful card you'll be sure to make the recipient extra happy on their special day. Hugs Tracey xx

Lowcarb team member said...

A lovely card.

Sorry to read the babies haven't been well, hope all is ok now.

All the best Jan

Sarn said...

This is lovely and a great use of mopped up Oxides! xxx