Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Ladies That Lunch...

Good morning everyone!!
When you look outside the window, hear the howling wind, seeing the pouring rain and feel the central heating blaring away, can you actually believe that we are in May?!?! It's more like November. As I said to a friend yesterday, this is probably the price we pay for those three days of summer that we had three weeks ago...and what a price!!!
At least it means it's good crafting weather and as I finish my next magazine commission, it's nice to feel snug as a bug, wrapped up in the warmth inside!!
As many of you know, I have stepped down from the Merly Impressions DT but today and tomorrow are my very final DT projects that I made and I was very lucky to use the gorgeous Needle and Thread collection from Kaisercraft. As always, I hope you like my little creations...
If you want to read all about how I made these cards and the products that I used, then just click HERE to be whisked over to the Merly blog!
The card blank that I used on this particular card is from Which Craft UK and is just one of many fabulous designs!
That's it from me for today but before I go, thank you to all the people who left me a comment on my Tim Holtz Tag for his 12 Tags of 2013 challenge and a big hello to all my new followers!! I hope you enjoy the journey with me and I'm looking forward to getting to know you...
See you again tomorrow with my final *sniff* card from Merly.
Bye for now and have a wonderful day.
Love Emma xxx


  1. Stunning, I love the shapes of those cards so must go and look. Beautiful design as always and you do detail so well my lovely. Take care Zo xx

  2. Such elegant, pretty cards!
    Alison x

  3. Your work is just so beautiful and so inspiring! You always give me that kick up my rear to get me making better always awesome

  4. These are beautiful Emma, and the colours are so subtle and vintage. especially like the blues in the first card, and the shaped card is stunning.

    Claire x

  5. To me, the second card epitomises the theme - it looks like a sewing work in progress! A dead cert for the sewists we know (that's the new PC? term for what used to be known as seamstresses).


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Emma ~xx

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