Sunday, September 23, 2012

Watering Can Card

I sure hope I get this in under the wire. I've been so ill lately, and this card took all week. Sinus infection, then head cold on top from visiting a doctor's office, on top of chronic illness and my body is just a limp noodle with fog brain.

Used a template for the watering can, fussy cut everything (nope, don't have a cutting machine), paper pieced it, stamped/colored/cut out the flowers and pop dotted them, Diamond Stickles to flowers, tied flower charm to button with Stickles on that, too, and simple embossed sentiment "Hello."

For the Friends of Speedy TV challenge - choose 3 in a row from a bingo card. I chose: Not a card + buttons + flowers

Thanks so much for looking!



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8 comments:

  1. Wow!!!! Stunning card and amazing cutting!!!! It's not easy cutting all that out by hand!!! So glad you were able to share this with us even though you are sick!!! I hope you feel better!!!

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  2. Oh! I forgot to say...... Thanks for playing along in the FOSTV bingo challenge this week!!! Awesome card!!!

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  3. Thank you for playing with the FOSTV challenge - love your card and all that beautiful hand cut work. well done and get better soon.

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  4. Great job on the watering can. Thanks for playing Bingo with us at FOSTV! Hope you are feeling better.

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  5. What a pretty watering can full of flowers. Lots of cutting, I see. Hope you're feeling better.
    Thanks for joining us this week at FOSTV.

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  6. This is a great project! I can't even stamp with fog brain, so color me impressed! Thanks for playing along with the Friends of Speedy TV!

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  7. Amazing card Rosy and cutting all the details..Wow...Just love your cards:)

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  8. Fabulous card. And cutting all that by hand from your bed must have been an even bigger challenge. Your cards are Amazing. You are very talented!

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Your kind comments really encourage me! Mahalo nui loa!