03 November 2015


Hi Everyone, a birthday card today for a Great Nephew, I have a few of them coming up! this is the second, but as I wanted to enter the Outlawz challenge, it was done first. All laid out in PS and printed, shape and sentiment print and cut on my Cameo, sentiment is my own, it seemed natural!!! I had to add 3D gloss to the magnifying glass didn't I?

Digi stamp Ikes World
DP's and ribbon stripes Marisa Lerin Pixelscrapper
Shape is a PS Shape

I thought I would show you our garden from the top instead of from the bungalow as I usually do. The photos were taken last week while hubby was mowing the lawn, he thought it might be the last cut before the Winter Hahaha he had to do it again yesterday, that's because of all this mild weather, (it was 21C yesterday) we are having, I hope it will seem that the Winter is shorter.

after mowing
I LOVE this acer, I take so many photos
 of it throughout the year.
 beautiful schizostylis

Another new Hydrangea
The blue Hydrangea in it's Autumn colours


A Savoy cabbage - food for caterpillars? 


Jacee said...

Fabulous 'man' card Faith.
Love your photo's, your garden looks wonderful, my hubby has said it's the last cut about three times now! LOL
Hugs Jacee
Simply Paper Card Design

NanaConnie said...

Sherlock is perfect, Faith! I do love all the photos of your garden. Gorgeous hydrangeas.

Anonymous said...

Great card - love the play on words. Amazing garden - where do you find the time to do it? x

Shirley Young said...

You have such good ideas for male cards Faith, it's an area I really struggle with. Love this design and the sentiment is perfect. Your garden looks wonderful, beautiful Autumn colours. We have had two foggy days, proper November weather so you have been lucky xx

Pamellia said...

Hey Faith! Just popped my head in to say thanks so much for all of the kind comments you left for me while I was away, you are so sweet! I am mostly all settled in now and finally able to take some time to visit my favourite blogs!! Take care and I will see you again soon. hugs :)

Bonnie said...

This is a great card for a teenage boy! They're so hard to do, I think. What a beautiful garden! I wish my hydrangea would look this pretty!