Wednesday, 8 August 2007



The last couple of days have been veeeeeery lazy for me - reading The French Lieutenant's Woman for my English A Level (I am a 'mature' student!), a book I had never read before, but one which I can't put down. Happily though, I am reading it in the sunshine - at last!! so may actually get a tan too.


Last week I was very creative and this week, so far, all inspiration has gone!


The mid-week dare this week is a 'recipe' - a great starting point if you are lacking ideas!


'Better Late than Never!
Ooops! sorry folks, we're a Little Late posting the Little Extra today, but here you go.It's one of our recipes this time, all you need to do is include all the ingredients on your card - remember, you can always add more things if you want to.
Here are your ingredients for this week:

3 arrows

3 circles

1 square

That's it!'


So here is my effort. The paisley paper is Basic Grey Phoebe, the dotty one I can't remember. I pricked the flower design onto ordinary kitchen foil and stuck onto card circles for the 3 circles, then mounted onto punched flowers using PM pearl brads. The 3 arrows have 'wishing-you-a' peel offs on them but it's not really visible, and the square is a button. I added the stitching detail by hand - a technique which I love at the moment. 'Happy Birthday' peel offs are below the button.


Right, back to the book and sunshine! :-)

11 comments:

mum on the run said...

Great card, love what you did with the recipe! A very striking design!

Enjoy your book and the sun :)

Lynne said...

Lovely recipe card. Thanks for joining in the fun, enjoy your day in the sun.

Gillian :O) said...

hi Juliet
Your card is lovely! clever work with the foil!
I love your maze book below too!

Kathy said...

This is lovely - you've put sooooo much work into it - fantastic stuff

Paula said...

Love the jewel colours on this, very exotic.

malieta said...

Very cool and unique card! Have fun in the sun and enjoy your book!

Andrea said...

Fab card

Louly said...

That's really Fab Juliet, I love how you've used the ingredients. BTW i've nominated you for the 'nice matters award' take a look at my blog to find out more.

Simplyher said...

Very nice Juliet..

Wonderful idea..gives meidea on what to try with my kids ..thanks

Sadie B said...

This looks great.

Lots of hard work, but so worth it.

Rachael said...

Very nice card and beautiful colours.
Rach
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