Monday, 13 February 2012

Lee's lovely roses



Morning all, a really quick post as I'm still waiting for my new mouse and keyboard, at present it misses as many letters as it types, won't let me copy and paste and keeps moving things about, so doing anything is taking forever. 

I got to Stamperama yesterday, but was really hard going being vertically challenged in a wheelchair, seems you are invisible and getting close to the goodies was hard work, although the lovely peeps on a few stands were so helpful thanks and a big thank you to Lavinia Stamps, Crafts and Me and Stampscapes who made sure I got what I was after.........here's a little peek at my new stash.............yep Sally, trees were a necessity and you will all realise some of this is merely essential crafting materials........yeah right !!


My card share is a really simple make, where I inked an embossing folder with TH Victorian Velvet before running through the Pro, which transferred the ink to the debossed sections to achieve a soft feel. Memory Box swirl, Seam Binding from my friend Sarah at Pretty Little Ribbons and a pin from the same source with a few more beads added. Now for the rose, you all know how I love making them and even did a tutorial ages ago, but then I found  how my blog buddy Lee makes them and wow, how much easier is her version, here is her great tutorial, do go check it out.



I am entering this card for the Anything Goes challenge at Pretty Little Ribbons.

Have a good day everyone and hopefully my computer issues will be sorted very soon and I can get back to blogland and my DT duties which have fallen by the wayside.

68 comments:

  1. Just beautiful. Loving the delicate colours.
    Hugs
    Desire

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  2. the card is gorgeous Brenda!!!

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  3. Hello Brenda. This is so pretty and gorgeous delicate colours. Love the flower and those beautiful scrolls. Gorgeous.
    Love Sandra xxx

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  4. Stunning card B, so pretty
    BIG HUGZ Fleur xXx

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  5. What a beautiful clean and simple design, so delicate! Thanks for the rose tutorial link:) X

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  6. Очень красивая открытка!!!! Все в ней нравится: завитки, тиснение, роза .

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  7. Beautiful B! such a gorgeous rose(off to find link in a mo!)I love the gorgeous diecut swirls too! You'll never guess, I actually treated myself to a couple of Lavinia stamps after seeing how stunning you make them look! If only you'd told me sooner that I needed trees......
    Oh well, any excuse for a shop ;) take care,Julie.x

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  8. Fabulous card Brenda....you lucky girl getting the chance to go to Stamperama and what a lot new crafting goodies you have to play with...

    Anne

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  9. Beautiful delicate card Brenda! The tree stamps you bought look great!
    Love Pearl x

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  10. It's beautiful!
    And look what you bought!
    Thanks for the tutorial.

    Sognatrice
    a bordo

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  11. So pleased you got there and managed to get what you want.
    What a beautiful card, so pretty and delicate looking. I really must try inking an embossing folder one of these days :o)
    Jackie xx

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  12. Glad you made it yesterday and just sorry I didn't get to meet up - I was delayed by the train (thanks, Network Rail!) and realised I had no way of knowing you if I saw you ... next time we'll plan it better! I got a "few" bits too...
    Your card is gorgeous.

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  13. Very elegant card, just the style I like. Glad you had a good time at the show and came back with such a good selection of trees!! xx

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  14. Stunning card Brenda ! love those soft muted shades of colour and the rose is beautiful...Glad you managed to get some lovely crafty goodies !
    Hugs
    susan x

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  15. How many trees?!!!! Really liking the look of all of your goodies (although I do have at least one of those Lavinias already). the nestie arches look fab! can't wait to see what you make, and I hope the 'dusting' is going well xxx

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  17. Wow ,beautiful card, love the colors!!!!
    Paula

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  18. Hi Brenda that is gorgeous I love that image and your whole card design is stunning. I looks as if you had great fun with all those fabulous goodies. hugs Shirleyxxxxxx

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  19. Hi Brenda. Oh you did get gorgeous goodies at Stamperama. Oh how I wish we had Stamperama in Northern Ireland! Your card is beautiful and I love your rose, the dew drops and all. Brenda, I just want to say a big thank you to you. You are always so supportive of my blog and always leave such lovely comments. Thank you so much. Lee xx

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  20. Oh my,Brenda,this is so beautiful!I love this flower!The swirls is
    so perfect on this card!Awsome!
    Have a wonderful evening!

    Hugs,Kari :)

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  21. Such a beautiful card and so elegant. glad you managed to go to the show and people were helpful to you. enjoy your new stash
    x catherine

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  22. Gorgeous card B.
    Love the stash pile too :o)
    Hope you are not over-doing it.
    Take care
    Debs xx

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  23. Gorgeous card, I love Lee's flowers too! Enjoy your new toys. xx

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  24. Gorgeous card Brenda...and loving all your gorgeous goodies too :o)

    big hugs Vicky xx

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  25. What a wonderful card! Love the flower and swirls. Your new stash looks fab! Hugs, Hanneke

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  26. What a beautiful card Brenda! I love the rose ... stunning!

    Lisa x

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  27. I'm glad you had a good time, Brenda. These shows can be a bit of a bun fight at the best of times so must be very challenging for you. I'm glad you got what you wanted and your haul of new stash looks gorgeous.
    I love your card, that memory box swirl has just been added to my "got to have" list, it's stunning. I'm loving them at the minute, so different from everything else.
    Hope you get all your computer problems sorted out.
    Hugs Lisax

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  28. Thanks for the link to Lee's flowers Brenda - just beautiful. and thank you for the tip on inking the embossing folder - great effect. Your card is stunning.

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  29. What à precious card B!!!! I hope you are well. I actually had à plan to contact you when i was in the UK but time was not on My side. Best wishes Lina

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  30. Hi Brenda, glad you made it to Stamperama yesterday and managed to get some "essentials."

    This card is just stunning. I love the soft, prettiness of it. That flower is stunning. I'm off to check out the link to Lee's flowers.

    Technology can be a real pest can't it? I couldn't do my DT work last night cos I couldn't get online long enough. Every time I tried to go online my connection disappeared. I was so annoyed I switched off and did some knitting instead.

    Take care,

    Kat xx

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  31. Hi Brenda
    wow what a stunning card,beautiful embelies & design, sue,x

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  32. I hope the mouse & keyboard arrive very soon. It's so frustrating when you are just moments away from finishing something & find that one key stroke has undone it all. Glad you managed to get what you needed yesterday. That rose looks a beauty & I have to confess to having a soft spot for the old embossing tool too!!
    Love the soft colours of your card & the sheer elegant classiness.
    Paula (PEP)

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  33. Hope you get a grip on that old mouse soon Brenda lol. I love this gorgeous creation. The softness is just captured so beautifully in your embossing and the little rose is gorgeous. Must check that out.
    I am jealous of your stash, you know exactly what to do with each and everything don't you??

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  34. This card is beautiful Brenda, I am so impressed with the rose too, I'm going to go and have a look at that tutorial.

    Look at all those goodies, I'm sure you are going to have fun using those!

    Thanks for joining us at the Pretty Little Ribbon Shop Challenge.

    Sarah x

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  35. WOW Awesome goodies Brenda! Lots of tree's, can't wait to see what you create with them!!!

    and love this beauty card too! Just love roses and flourishes, and embossing too!

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  36. This is a stunner, so deliciously feminine.
    The rose is amazing - must try this new way of making roses.

    x

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  37. Breathtaking creation Brenda :) Love the soft colours and the inked embossing looks amazing. Off to checkout that tutorial in a mo! :)

    Love your new stash too. Hope you are keeping well hun,

    hugs

    xxalisonxx

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  38. Love card, Brenda. And thanks for the link to the paper rose tutorial! :)

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  39. wow, brenda! soo gorgeous! and now some techniques i have to try; thanks for the link to the rose tutorial.

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  40. Adorable, beautiful card Brenda and thanks for the link for the roses.
    luv
    Debby

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  41. Brenda this card is gorgeous. Your rose is adorable and thanks for the tutorial. It's marvelous to see how you built up the rose. Your card is very elegant and stylish, beautiful.
    Lovely greet
    Marja

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  42. Beautiful and romantic card!!
    hugs

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  43. Very beautiful card. Love pink color and flower.

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  44. This card is just beautiful! love the soft colours. x

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  45. Hi Brenda

    Beautiful card!!!

    Love that rose very much.

    You certainly have a lovely collection of new goodies to play with. Lots of trees .. .. but I can't see any hearts LOL!!!

    Love Jules xx

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  46. Such a beautiful card Brenda, love the soft muted colours. Wow, that's some stash, enjoy your new trees and other supplies xxx

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  47. Beautiful delicate card. The sponging around the edges is a lovely effect. Wow! Look at that stuff you got!! I know you REALLY needed it though!! Speak soon,
    Ruth x

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  48. Brenda this card is so gorgeous, I love the technique of the ink and embossing folder, gonna have to try that one. And that rose is gorgeous, will ahve to go look at the link.

    Your new stash is fab, not sure how you'll use all them trees but I know it will be something spectacular.

    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  51. Stunning flower Brenda. Rivals a freshly cut garden gem!

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  52. Awesome!!! I just love this style! The embossed paper looks so great, that´s a beautiful effect!
    Simone

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  53. A gorgeous card, I love the colours and the inking looks fab, love those flourishes too, I bought the spellbinders rose die's after seeing Lee's tut, with everything that been going on I haven't had a chance to make any yet though, I think it will have to be top of my list when things get back to normal
    Lindsay xx

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  54. Gorgeous card, Brenda. I love the elegant simplicity and the colours. Thanks also for pointing me to Lee's tutorial.

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  55. Brenda this is my kind of card, so utterly utterly gorgeous and elegant
    Hugs June x

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  56. Hello!

    Your card is lovely and your rose is beautiful! Wishing you a happy weekend!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  57. Its a lovely card... with sweet soft colours... now lets see if this message will stick to the net...sending you love and a kiss...

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