I’m back, my beloved Dad passed away suddenly but peacefully at the start of February due to heart disease at the age of 81. Whilst it’s been difficult, I can’t fault the support and care he received enabling him to remain at home with Mum until a few hours before he died, following a short period of being unwell, or the support we received after his death from his GP and the hospital.
So, it’s good to get back into crafting with our new challenge for April, over at The Flower Challenge. This month we want to see your fantastic floral creations with pastel colours.
Our kind sponsor this month is Varadasharma.com with a prize of a gift code of $10 for digital stamps in her shop.They have also generously provided my teamies with some digital stamps to use. Please check out the shop as they have some amazing digi's there.
I used Tim Holtz Wildflower Stems #1 & #2 dies for my card and watercoloured them in soft pastel colours. I also used a Honey Doo crafts background die that I cut out of kraft card and then backed with kraft card to give a textured background. The sentiment is from a vellum sheet by Stamps Away that I backed with white card and added on foam tape. Simples!
Your daisies are so pretty with the pastel centers and leaves. Daisies have to be the happiest flower and this card made me smile. Love the texture from the amazing background coverplate. Gorgeous Spring card!ReplyDelete
So sorry for your loss Cara. Take care.
Oh Cara, I'm so sorry to hear about your Dad, my deepest sympathies to you, your mum and your family XReplyDelete
Sorr for the loss of your dad. Prayers for you and the family.ReplyDelete
Love the daisies and the background die, very pretty. TFS
Daisies always capture my heart and yours are perfect, Cara. Hugs to you on the loss of your Dad.ReplyDelete
Cara, I'm so very sorry to hear about your dad, please receive my deepest sympathies to you and your family.ReplyDelete
Crafting is therapeutic so I'm glad you found your way back into your craft room to create this beautiful card.
Love the die you used as a background for these sweet daisies, that are so perfectly colored.
Stay healthy and safe.
Your daisies are so pretty! The card strikes such a cheerful tone!ReplyDelete
Since it is my first time commenting on your blog, I feel a little odd saying this, but...heartfelt sympathies for your loss, Cara. I wish I could give you a hug.
Beautiful daisies on that clean and simple yet so elegant card.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful card. The background is wonderfully textural and I love the pretty and delicate daises x. Sending heartfelt hugs Cara x.ReplyDelete
The daisies are beautiful in those subtle colors! Love the texture of the background as well! Hope crafting has helped you to get back to your routine. Sending hugs ❤️ReplyDelete
What a lovely card Cara. So sorry to hear of your loss; sending you a virtual hug xReplyDelete