Tuesday, January 10, 2017

City Crafter 344

Good morning!

Oh the weather here has been dull wet and miserable... But I'm thankful that we aren't freezing like most of Europe...And my heart goes out to all of you struggling to get to work

This week's challenge at City Crafter has been chosen for us by Stella and it's aptly named
Blue Monday


Stella wants us to create a project to cheer someone up... Maybe 'Get well" or say "Hi"

I confess that I didn't read her instruction properly and assumed that the project should be blue ... But no matter...


I'm sure this brought a smile to the recipients face


Just sponging and stamping but see those stars? Well I came up with the idea of using the balloon string die (Lil'inkers) cut in vellum, to adhere them to and they can kind of bounce on the card

The City Crafter team along with our January Guest Designer Danielle, have some lovely projects to inspire you this week ... Hop on over to the blog to take a peek.

Enjoy your day and be safe

~ Ros ~

15 comments:

Mac Mable said...

Love those bouncing glitter stars. Such a pretty and delicate card x Love it !

baileyrosy.com said...

Hi Ros hope all is well with you . What a beautiful blue creation and love the bouncing stars very clever indeed. Your cards are always so crisp and clean and a joy to behold.

Marie

nancy littrell said...

So pretty and cheerful, Ros. love your balloon string bouncing stars, beautiful bow and watercolored background. TFS ..it is wet in Southwestern Oregon too, but much better than snow! Stay warm and dry..hugs...

Greta said...

It must have brought a smile--beautiful & unique! You're so clever putting the stars on the vellum balloon strings, Ros!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh. My. Gosh. I love, LOVE the idea of the stars! Such a pretty and magical accent with the sheer bow. Who wouldn't love receiving this card? Beauty!

Kathy Krug said...

You always leave me awed. The elements in this card are simple but you put them together in such a way that the outcome is fabulous. You have learned the art of less is more better than anyone else I know. I am proud to be on a team with you.

Maria said...

Oh, great design on your fab card with the vellum and stars, Ros!! Such a pretty background in the lovely blue, too!! Super card...love it!!

Tracy said...

Pretty, pretty! The vellum leaves add such wonderful softness to the card. Still feeling like I've been run over by a bus but I didn't want to wait any longer to catch up. Lots of wonderful and delightful treats for the eyes Ros. Hugs!

Pamellia Johnson said...

WOW WOW WOW!! This is just gorgeous Ros!! I love the soft blue and white palette, and the silver glitter accents are so elegant. Your wispy bow is just delightful and those stars look like they are actually floating!! Stunning card! hugs :)

Marina said...

The bouncing stars are a clever idea on your lovely blue card.

Stella said...

No problem; it is a GEM! Love that idea about the balloon strings; it looks fab!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Simply delightful!

Barbara said...

How dreamy - I love the stars and the soft feel of the ribbon. Wonderful card!

Danielle said...

Happy belated birthday to you Ros! I hope you had a wonderful day. Your card is so pretty! That should definitely cheer someone up :-)

Sylvia said...

Oh my, Ros, I have a lot of catching up to do...sorry, time flies, I have been so busy...love your water color!

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