Monday, 8 November 2010

Pass the tradition!

Good morning Monday

Well, what do you know ......... it's raining, again lol. Why am I so surprised - this is England so of course it's raining.
I hope you all had a super week-end. I am a little sad I was unable to make the craft fair at the NEC but there is always next time (I hope). But we did have a lovely weekend.

I wanted to show you this card I made. I have had this image for a while now and not used it, which is a shame as it's really lovely. It's from A day for Daisies and she fit beautifully with their current challenge "Please Pass the Traditions". Basically include an old favortie recipe on your creation. I choose a recipe my mum and my gran always made for birthday parties in our family - it's really yummy.
I would recommend you visit Tammy's website - she has the most gorgeous images.



Materials

Image: Apple Girl by A Day for Daisies
Papers: Cosmo Cricket "Garden Variety
Recipe Stamp: The Greeting Farm "Spotlight"
Beads: Jac's
Apples: hand-cut

Thank you for dropping by and hope you all have a creative day, Mette

6 comments:

Purple Card Lady said...

Mette, this is beautiful! This is one of my favorite images. Thanks for joining us for the Flower Basked Challenge at "a day for daisies."

CatWoman said...

This is a beautiful card. Its a great entry into the challenge. Good Luck!

Cheryl said...

oh this is really beautiful hun love that image,and the coulrs and layout just pefect hugs cheryl x

JAZZLINS DESIGNS said...

Good morning dear Mette, I hope you are well hunny and having a good week, despite all that rain. Its raining here again today and its cold! the dog will be very grumpy! loving the cards you've made since my last visit hunny, what a clever lady you are. Hugs Linda x

Lisa said...

Mette your card is lovely! The image is beautifully colored and pairing it with your apple recipe is perfect! Thank you for participating in the ADFD Challenge #5!

Amy said...

What a fun card, the inclusion of a recipe is such a great idea! Love the paper you've paired with the image, perfect with the apple recipe! :)