I hope your Saturday has been good.
The weather was lovely for my "happy couple" today .. .. yay!!!
Not brilliant sunshine .. .. you can't really expect that in the middle of November can you .. .. but it was dry and certainly wasn't cold or windy!! What more could you want?
Whilst doing a bit of Christmas shopping for a crafty little friend today I saw these little aperture cards .. .. not worked with any of these since I used to do my cross-stitch cards "many" years ago .. .. but when I looked at them my one and only Memory Box die sprang into my mind with this little idea .. ..
Sentiment: Hobby Art Clear "CS010D" Town House Scene-Its
Memory Box Die: Modern Landscape Border
Not sure where the snowflake backing paper has come from but if I find out I will add it
My Trusty Sewing Machine
White Gel Pen
Ribbon, snowflake and embellishment from my Stash Box
For some reason one of my photographs didn't want to align properly tonight no matter what I did with it .. .. so patience went out of the window and I have deleted it!! Serves it right!!! LOL!!!
I'll catch you again tomorrow with my snippets.
Have a lovely evening.
This ipad is taking over my live .... Blogging ...commenting....and now Pinterest....... Must get back to card making ... Sold 14 cards today at our monthly craft and collectors fair ... That is the best i have ever done......
Love the card...... And the snowflake.....
Pouring of rain here 9pm......
Hugs Sylvie xxx
Another lovely card Jules
Hi Jules, I think this is really cute! I know what you mean about the cross stitch cards, that's when I used aperture cards too. Oh, by the way,I got my cupcake die today, just haven't got to use it yet! Thanks for the advice Kx
Fantastic Jules, I have a load of aperture cards too from my cross stitching days. Some food for thought :) Love the image and colours - gorgeous as always! Ha, I just had to go back and search for the heart - sneaky today :) Love, Di xx
This is lovely Jules. So simple but stunning.
Hugs Sharon. x
Hi Jules, FAB card! Such a sweet little winter scene :-)
Ooh! this is gorgeous Jules, love the design and scrummy snowfake.
This is wonderful Jules, I love the way you have used that MB die and the stitching around the frame looks fabulous
Lovely card Jules, very ingenious use of the die and the aperture card. Pauline xx
That is such a cute die!
Just lovely as usual Jules!
A gorgeous card Jules,love the die cut...fabulous layout.xxx
Simply beautiful, Jules! Hugs, Lesley
Love it!! So serene and heartwarming!
This little village is perfect for the aperture! Love how you drew the windows and the snow on the roof. I'll have to remember that when I get a chance to play with mine.
Hi Jules. Hope you're well.
This is stunning....makes me want to dig out those aperture cards xx Jenny xx
hullo there Jules,
This really awesome love this wee winter village scene - great share and love the ice cream cone card down blow too for Christmas that is really thinking outside the square great use of swirls folder :D
love Shaz in oz.x
I remember these aperture cards! I may even have some knocking around somewhere. I think you have made a super card, such a clever use of the aperture and die. I love it. X
A beautiful Christmas scene Jules.
Oh yes - what a great way to use up those aperture cards. I've got some oval ones stash away somewhere - only ever used a couple. Forgot they were there. That memory box border is perfect for the little framed scene.
Absolutely fabulous. loving that die! xxx
A real beauty Jules. Great use of the aperture card with that lovely die.
Great card. It is a beautiful day, had a lovely round of golf. Hope you have a great day.
gorgeous, simple but so lovely. janex
so gorgeous jules.love your stunning design and thememory box die is fab :D
xx coops xx
A lovely card - I really like the Memory Box die.
Fabulous clean and simple card Jules love that little scene a super card.
This is another gorgeous card Jules. I love the way you've used the MB die. I have just bought this die and not used it yet...thank you for the inspiration!
Another gorgeous xmas card Jules!
This is brilliant Jules, such a great way to use that die!
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