Theme Thursday – “Orange”

“Use some orange in your artwork” for Theme Thursday this week gave me the shove needed to make MIL a Mother’s Day card! Mothering Sunday is this weekend and I wouldn’t want her to miss out, so here it is!

mothersdaycard

My MIL is a keen gardener, 88 years old and as haughty as the lady in the image (Little Sheets again!). I think she’ll love this – for the flowers and the image too!

Background paper – Dovecraft; Image from Ten Two Studios.

Meanwhile, I’m making charms for a chunky bracelet or two and cutting out Beach Huts… while I relax in front of the TV. “Flashpoint” is on at 10pm…

The skelly leaves, flowers and gold rubons are all from stash I’ve had quite a while and the slide mount was sent to me by a forum pal on Auntys (thanks Ali!)

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13 Comments

  1. beautiful!!! love the skeletonleaves, beautiful frame too!!

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  2. Love the frame. The colors are beautiful.

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  3. Rosie, your mother in law will dearly love the sassy card. The orange touch is just right for the pert lady image you used.
    Faye

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  4. Sandy

     /  March 20, 2009

    Rosie my dear, this is FANTASTIC again. Lovely design.

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  5. What a gorgeous card – such a strong image

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  6. This is absolutely gorgeous! Love the use of the slide!

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  7. Beautiful!

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  8. Gorgeous card Rosie! Love all the elements, the dried flowers are lovely! I’ve just been playing with slide mounts, you’ve used yours brilliantly! Happy Mothering Day to you and your Mum! We’re off to see Slumdog Millionaire to celebrate my Mum’s 78th bday 🙂

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  9. and you MIL, meant to say 🙂

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  10. Rosie, your card is so beautiful. I’m sure your MIL will absolutely love it. Have a nice weekend.

    Sharon x

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  11. Wonderful background! Really tells the story!

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  12. Rosie, this is a simply stunning piece! Love every aspect of it!

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