Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Hugs and Smiles

Here is the other card I made using the last of the applique felt leaves my sister gave me. The paper already had that sparkle border so I didn't want to cover it up. I cut the doily off on the sides so it would still fit in the envelope.  Same flower as before just colored yellow this time.



Carolace -- Leaves Applique
Heartfelt Creations -- Open Vintage Floret stamp and die set
DCWV -- Rustic Paper
Prima-- Doily die #572792
Stickles -- Dusty Concord (center of flower)
Gina K -- Tag lines sentiment stamp
Spellbinders -- Labels trio die

Here is another view of it



I had another Vertigo episode yesterday and ended up sleeping on and off all day yesterday and 9 hours last night, I am thinking I might have had a flu or something on top of it but not sure, still not up to my usual self but much better, no spinning so all is good :)  I was able late last night to get on and visit a couple blogs but that's it. Crazy how far behind you can get in just one day, what is worse no cardmaking, hopefully I will be able to get to that today :)

Praying for all those in Tennessee effected by the terrible fires, such a Beautiful area.

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by today,
Connie

19 comments:

April said...

So delicate and pretty!

handmade by amalia said...

I love this one - the colors, the details, so unique and pretty.
Amalia
xo

Donna Ellis said...

Love and delicate! Beautiful creation, Connie! hugs, de

Heidi Stamps said...

The purple and the doily make this look very Victorian. Beautiful flower!

Leslie Miller said...

The flower looks so pretty sitting on the doily! Good for you, using up that other velveteen leaf. With the flower and the doily it has a real vintage look. They used a lot of velvet in the old days. I hope your vertigo doesn't start up again. It's a good sign that it passed, fingers crossed. I sure know how far behind you can get in a day!

Daniela said...

Actually I have no words to express what I feel when I watch a card of yours, precious, loving Connie ... probably the passion and the love you put in them, honestly I don't know, I just know that I go away from here so refreshed in my heart and with a feeling of inner peace ... Thank you !

Wishing you all my best and even much more for the remainder of your week

MUCH LOVE

Xx Dany

Donna Phelan said...

So PRETTY! Love the doily and those pretty leaves, that flower is FABULOUS! This is gorgeous!!!

Janice said...

Gorgeous card Connie. The doily is so dainty and the flower so pretty.

Lowcarb team member said...

Looks a lovely card Connie.

Hope the vertigo has gone now, and you feel back to 100%.
Just take care, and if you need to rest - do just that!
Our health is important ...

All the best Jan

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Connie, Oh my I hope you feel better soon. I have not had vertigo but I have seen others with it and I know it can be an awful time.
Love this gorgeous card. WOW the leaves and lace details are beautiful. So delicate and I love the coloring.
Prayers and get well wishes sent your way.
xo

Linda Carson said...

OH no! I hope your episode has passed! Vertigo is awful! Your card is lovely! That flower is divine sitting on the doily! Beautiful textures!

Christine said...

Another lovely card with a sweet sentiment!
I do hope this vertigo passes quickly and you recover soon.

Monika/Buzsy said...

Oh, that felt leaf is so pretty! Love the rich brown! Looks great with the pretty purple background!

Debbie said...

that is a beautiful card with my favorite color of all time!! i hope you are feeling better. vertigo is a symptom i experience with MS, i take antivert and it works pretty well. sometimes i try not to take it, i get stubborn about pills and it will go on for days, it's just terrible. rest and take care of yourself!!!

i am thinking of those poor people in tennessee as well, it's so sad!!!

Alex said...

Hi Connie - its a lovely card, it makes me think of a winter garden with a touch of frost. Commiserations about your vertigo episode ~ hope you continue to improve. Sometimes blocked inner ear from a virus can cause dizzines.
Have a better day!

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Connie,
This is just beautiful!! Love the colors!!
Thanks so much for hosting!!
Hugs,
Deb

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

I meant to say Thanks for stopping by!! You can tell I am at work and getting tired!! LOL!!
Hugs,
Deb

Beatrice Euphemie said...

Such a beautiful card, Connie - love the applique' flower and leaf! Oh, vertigo is not fun - hope you are feeling better soon! Sending hugs xo Karen

Kim said...

Oh dear, I hope you are better soon, Connie. This card is so pretty. The combination of the doily, the flower and the sweet leaf is perfect!