Monday, November 3, 2008

A RAK From Lynn:

My poor blog has been feeling rather neglected of late. For those that don't know, I've had my Mum visiting and although we made time for stamping, I didn't make time to post those creations on my blog while she was here. On top of that, I've also become a SAHM again so that I can spend more time with my family and concentrate more on my SU business. So, at the moment, I'm still finding my way around my new found 'time' that I now have to 'manage'...LOL!

Moving on, isn't it lovely when you go to the mailbox and find something other than bills. Well, that's exactly what happened to me on Friday. Not only did I have a SU order waiting for me, but I also received this gorgeous card from Lynn B. Lynn has used the dahlia fold with the scallop punch for the main focal point and has highlighted it with a rhinestone brad. She's also used co-ordinating DSP, Cardstock, Ink and Ribbon for this stunning creation. Thank you Lynn for thinking of me.


kareNstampZ said...

Lucky you that is a very lovely card

Chrissie said...

How lovely to have your Mum visiting you! And how very lucky you are to be a SAHM... I'm very jealous! It is very tricky working out how you make it all fit! Best of luck with it all!!

Tabitha said...

Nerine, so glad you get to stay home now!

This is a really pretty card. I've never done the dahlia fold but I should give a it a try sometime b/c it is stunning!

Sharon said...

Good to see you back Nerine. Enjoy your new found time.

Marcia P said...

Welcome to the SAHM club! It's great and membership has its perks!! (like Oprah and Dr Phil!).

I love the RAK, that flower is divine!

:) Marcia

Bastelfrosch said...

Die Karte ist wundervoll! Schade, dass mein Englisch soooo schlecht ist, ich würde diese Blüte gerne nachmachen.
LG Annet

Nerine .P. said...

Ok, so here's a test for my two weeks of German classes in year 7 (1989 for those that remember back that far). If anyone can help me out, I'd appreciate it cause this translation for LG Annet will be super BASIC. In saying that, thanks so much Ms Annet for leaving a comment. Here goes:

"This card is wonderful, shame my english isn't so great..."

Beyond that, I'm not sure what is being said. There's blog candy in it for the first person who can translate the rest of the comment for me. Good Luck!