Thursday, 20 January 2011

A card for Good Luck

I spent a very lovely and exciting day yesterday with Jill at her new shop, Cardinal Colours in Polegate. It really was uplifting and we had lots of people come through the doors, some were regular crop/class ladies and friends and there were lots of members of the general public too. Lots and lots of positive comments which was really nice to hear ( and lots of coffee drinking too, eh Jill ;) )Jill ( and her hubby) have worked so hard to get this fabby shop ready and it was a real pleasure to spend time there with her.....oh yes....and the newpaper came too, so look out in the Sussex Express for us ( we had to get rather 'up close and personal' lol in the photo and I am hoping I haven't got too many chins in the photo....or broccolli or anything nasty inbetween my front teeth! Jill looked impeccable so she has no worries!

Anyway, here is a little card for Good Luck I made for Jill. She had a really lovely collection of good luck cards and they are all proudly displayed in the shop.

I used a piece of Bazzill Savannah for the card base, then just used some scraps of Scenic Route papers, a scrap of Pomegranate Bazzill for the butterflies and some Pink Paislee alpha stickers. The punches used were Woodware and Martha Stewart and I finished the card off with a few E-Line Prima pearls and some inky edges.


  1. Fab card as always. So please yesterday went well, and wish I could have joined you all.

  2. Beautiful card Anita. I am sure you will look as lovely as ever in the photo!! I appeared in the local paper recently (an awards ceremony presentation for work) and luckily for once I wasn't pulling a stupid face lol!

    Oh, don't fall off your chair but I have finally got round to scrapping another layout!!! Not even in the same league as your beautiful creations but glad I did it and glad it's all over!!

    Sarah x

  3. gorgeous card Anita, glad you had a great day nice to meet up again :)

  4. Been having problems commenting so, hope it works this time!

    So wish I could have been there too!
    Love the card Anita, sure Jill would have been delighted with it