Monday, 26 November 2018

Butterfly Daisy Collage and much more


Morning all, thank goodness for pre-prepared work as I've done little crafting for a couple of weeks because of feeling so poorly, still far from right after the hemiplegic migraine and waking up day after day with migraine and nausea is really wearing me down. So a quick post with my creations from my post yesterday over at the Chocolate Baroque blog.

All details of how I made my samples can be found on the blog using all of these stamps.............what a lucky girl I was to get to play with them all........Butterfly Daisy CollageHarebell ButterflyArtistic Affirmations.Decorative Edges Briar Rose ButterflyUseful LeavesButterfly Daisy CollageTangled Garden.


I also have my card for the current Rudolph Day's challenge over at Mo's, it's the last one of the year which must mean that specail day in December is fast approaching.


Penny Black stamps, Distress Inks, sparkle pens and a decoupaged Poinsettia and finito, a rather quick but effective card. My thanks to Mo for running the challenge for another year, it takes time and commitment and I am sure all who take part appreciate all Mo does to keep it running.



Many thanks as always for taking a peek at today's post.
 
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29 comments:

Liz said...

Sorry to hear you're still feeling unwell. Hope you'll soon be fully recovered. Your cards are beautiful, Brenda and I love the stunning flower heart. The sentiment on the last card is perfect for a card I need to make this week, thanks for the inspiration. xx

ellyscard creatief said...

All beautiful creations Brenda. Hope you get better soon.
Blessings, Elly

Gerrina said...

Love all the CB flower cards (the first is my favorite) But that poinsetta-card is the one I took the longest look at; love the design and the fine image! Hugs, Gerrina

Crafting Queen said...

Great creations Brenda. So sorry you are so unwell. Do hope that you feel better real soon. Hugs Anesha

kiwimeskreations said...
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kiwimeskreations said...

Oh Brenda, I do hope this season of migraines passes soon. They are so debilitating!
Love your beautiful work - you amaze me every time I come and visit with your exquisite cards.
Blessings
Maxine

Lynne said...

All gorgeous cards Brenda, I especially love the poinsettia one, very effective. I do hope your migraine disappears soon xx

KarinsArtScrap said...

beautiful and gorgeous cards and designs Brenda
Gr Karin

nnalorac said...

Beautiful selection of cards Brenda. I hope things settle down very soon for you. Was a sufferer of them many years ago, thankfully they finally slung their hook! Take care. Carol xx

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

So sorry to hear you're feeling unwell Brenda, I do hope that you soon feel better. I love this gorgeous collection of cards.

Sue xx

Conny said...

Wonderful cards! I love the butterfly on the first!
Hope you feel better soon!

Hugs,
Conny

KandA said...

Absolutely gorgeous collection of flowers Brenda. The wreath is so pretty and I love the design of the christmas card xx

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

My dear B.
So sorry for poorly head ... and the nausea is the pits. I'd been unwell for last six weeks and just coming into feeling more like myself. The battle with meds is so tricky. I get a lot of morning nausea and feeling like a truck has hit me in morning.. then when it's time for bed I feel pretty good, in comparison! Frustrating at times. But could be worse..

I pray in God's mercy that your meds do kick in and ameliorate your condition VERY soon...

Lovely creations all of them. I like the hymnn I'll never walk alone but not sure if its same.. the floral creations are truly glorious.. wreath very imaginative and poinsettia is beautiful... one thing puzzles me, why do US folk call it pointsetta.. pedantic me groans when I hear it!!
I repotted my poinsettia today.. their flowering over till our winter.
Lord bless you, dear B. I do pray for your health each day. It is a constant time of highs and lows isn't it? Or perhaps more steady lows at minute.
Prayer hugs
Shaz in Oz. X

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

Spero che la tua emicrania guarisca presto, Brenda!! Mi dispiace molto che tu stia così male!! Non preoccuparti di commentare i blog e abbi cura di te!
I timbri Chocolate Baroque sono davvero speciali e i tuoi lavori con essi sono sempre deliziosi!!! i fiori con il vellum della ghirlanda sono così dolci e femminili, li adoro!!
Abbracci!

cuilliesocks said...

What a wonderful selection of cards Brenda, such beautiful images, colours and designs.
Sorry that you are still poorly, I do hope you feel better soon, take care, Kate x

Joan said...

So many beautiful cards Brenda, love all the flower ones but my very favourite is the gorgeous poinsettia,, it's stunning !


Joan x

Glennis F said...

Fabulous cards as always Brenda, I do hope you can improve with your health soon, it can be so debilitating!

ALI said...

Gorgeous selection Brenda, sorry to hear you're still feeling poorly x

Cath Wilson said...

Some lovely cards here, Brenda and all with such beautiful backgrounds. I particularly love the last card - stunning!

I'm so sorry to hear you're still suffering from that debilitating migraine. It can't be much fun for you and especially at this time of year, when there is so much to plan and to do. Thinking of you.

Cath x

crafty-stamper said...

All gorgeous cards Brenda and fabulous backgrounds love the wreath--hope your meds start working soon
Carol x

Kathleen said...

Gorgeous cards Brenda, plenty of fabulous background and images and an especially lovely RD card.

Kath x

Mrs A. said...

I don't know how you come up with such beautiful ideas for your cards. This last batch are terrific. Especially like the second photo. Do hope your felling better after your rotten migraines. Hugs Mrs A.

Dr Sonia S V said...

WOW the way you made that poinsettia dimensional is simply fabulous and I adore that gorgeous floral heart ...it is simply fantastic!!! Visiting your blog is like taking a dip in a pool of creativity!!!
Cheers
Dr Sonia

linda said...

these are all beautiful brenda, and your christmas card is lovely! hope you're feeling better soon! thank you so much for playing along with the Rudolph Days Challenge.
linda
rudolph days challenge DT

Carole Pollard said...

More absolutely fabulous designs all so special That heart is gorgeous such pretty delicate flowers you have amazing talent Love and hugs Carole x

Fikreta said...

these are stunning cards!
hugs

Pat said...

Awesome collection of cards and projects Brenda, hope you are having a better week, take care.

Pat xx

Mrs.B said...

Just catching up while I've got internet and these are all beautiful cards, but the poinsettia card looks stunning.
Hugs, Avril xx

Linby said...

I do hope you are taking it easy! Feel better soon x

Such pretty cards, all so delightful.Just love the wreath.