Friday, June 21, 2013

Friday Morning......

Good morning everyone!  As we slide into another weekend, I'm here to share with you another card I've made for Heartfelt Creations.


 
 
Every now and then we all need a sympathy card.  I love how this turned out.  The scene has a quiet elegance needed for this type of card.  If you would like a list of all products used and the instructions to make one for yourself, just go to the HP blog and have a look around.   You will find a lot of projects there and I'm sure you will find something to inspire you!
 
The weekend is just around the corner!  I hope you have some wonderful plans and that your weather is good.  We are warming up and have actually had two dry days. The rain has really been with us a lot in these parts.  Normally by this time of the year we are experiencing hot dry days.  But we will take what we are given.  Most of my days, the dry ones at least, are spent doing chores in the yard.  Everything is growing by leaps and bounds and needs trimming back every time I turn around!  So this year I'm a full time gardener but I really do love being outdoors in the sunshine and fresh air.  And if you miss me on a day when I normally post, that is where I'll be.  I'm reminded of the poem.....Mary, Mary...quite contrary...how does your garden grow?    By leaps and bounds....thank you very much!
 
OK I'm off to get my day started.  It's getting daylight outside and my chores await!  Have a wonderful weekend and I will try to be back on Monday with another post for you!  See you then!

8 comments:

Sylvia said...

Beautiful card, Glenda, love the background paper and your little scene! Have a fabulous Friday in your garden!

Olga said...

tis a beauty my friend............

Rita said...

What a beautiful card Glenda. It's never easy to make a sympathy card, but this on certainly fits the bill. Have a Good Day. Hugs Rita xxx

Carla S. said...

Really beautiful card, Glenda! Enjoy your weekend!

Nan G said...

A beautifully serene card. Enjoy your gardening. Hugs

Starla said...

What a very pretty card that is sure to soothe a sad soul!!

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

I love the way you've framed this image, Glenda! The card does have a quiet, peaceful feeling....very lovely!

Leslie Miller said...

Well, you did it, Glenda. You sold me some Heartfelt Creations stamps and dies after seeing one after the other of your gorgeous creations here. I was excited to see them at my local papercrafts store yesterday, but then so hard to limit my choices. I wanted them all! Beautiful sympathy card today. This is truly a scene of peace, and that's exactly how I feel about the garden. It brings me peace.

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