Saturday, 31 May 2014

The Wedding car....

What a mixed bag of weather for a week off!
I've spent most of the time at home trying to get the garden ready for summer.
More of that later....
Here's a card I made especially for those couples getting married soon.

As usual, I used all my lovely Wild Rose Studio DT stash
Floral frame
Small butterfly
Wedding card stamp
Icing on the cake paper pack

I coloured with Promarkers and used some blending pencils to add some shade.
Lots of glitter and pearls...
and some glossy accents to make that car really shiny!

Organza blue ribbon and some white ribbon with silver hearts...and a lace doilly underneath for some texture.

Some challenges...
Simon says Wednesday challenge... Anything Goes

I love Promarkers...Flowers
(Bouquet, edge of frame and on the paper)

The Shabby tearoom...Lets go for a ride
(has to include something with wheels, pink flowers and background texture)

Now to show you the next stage of our garden makeover....
A Lazy lawn...

It has made such a difference and given the garden a new fresh warm feel to it.
It really feels like another room.
We still have a new table and chairs to put out and I'm also making new seat cushions for a bench.
Next step is sealing the patio and re-staining the decking area.
getting some night lights and a few plants in pots!

Thanks for coming to visit my blog...I hope you like my work.
Please leave a comment before you go!



  1. Love your gorgeous card - the pretty dies are lovely and the image is adorable. Fab pic of the garden too - certainly low maintenance and so green! Hugs, Claire x

  2. A gorgeous card Sally, a lovely design and pretty colours. Your image is delightful and such lovely embellishments!!

    Thanks so much for joining Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Heather xx

  3. This is very cute! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

  4. Lovely card, supercute, lovely coloured image.Thanks a lot for joining us at I Love ProMarkers. Hope to see you again soon. Hugs from Lisbeth