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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

In Stitches

Hello. Good Tuesday everyone. Weather is marvelous here, humidity has finally picked up and left. Warm and sunny. I had five blooms on the water lilies in my small pond yesterday, absolutely beautiful. Should have run out and took a picture, but I didn't. Need to run out this morning and get some groceries (yuck) but wanted to post before I left. Today's card is for the Penny Black Challenge. Challenge was to use stitches on your card. Mine are all faux stitches in the background paper, and stamped on the little squares. Papers are by DCWV Crafty paper stack. Hope you enjoy your Tuesday. Thanks for stopping by. Until later....................

12 comments:

Jane Carroll said...

Fabulous

Thanks for joining us this week on ABC :)

Hugs Jane x

Sheila said...

So Cute!!! Love the colors!

Helen said...

Gorgeous card!
Thanks for joining us at the ABC Challenge this week!
Helen x

Vicky (Angeldrummer) said...

lovely card
thank you for joining us on abc this week
Vicky

Sue from Oregon said...

oh such a wonderful creation!

froebelsternchen Susi said...

a wonderful card Sue!

Please take pictures of th water lilies!and show it to us!
Hugs

Susi

tracie said...

Fabulous card Sue, love this adorahble image and your gorgeous colouring.. fab details too. Thanks for joining in the fun this week at PBSC
hugs
Tracie :)x

Kath said...

beautiful card Sue...love your adorable image and great stitching on your squares.......thanks for joining in the fun this week at PBSC....hugs kath xxxxxx

Riet said...

Ohhh wowww Sue,what a beautiful card,i love the image and colours.
So gorgeous papers.

Hugs Riet.x

stephanne said...

I think you've managed in a lot of stitching without actually stitching a thing!! More fabulous Sue colouring, love the bee and the sentiment!!
Stephanne

Pauline C said...

Woo hoo Sue - another fabulous vintage look card. Love your layourt with all the stitching and the fab use of buttons. Thanks for joining in this week's PBSC
Pauline x

theneon said...

Ah, Sue, you've done it again. The stitching is delightful and so is the card. And of course, stitching should always involve buttons!