Prothonotary Warblers

Prothonotary Warblers
Making a nest

Saturday, July 11, 2015

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Hi everyone, hope you had a good week.  It's early Saturday morning, so thought best I get my post done so I can work out in my gardens today.  We have had a lot of rain and cooler weather the past couple of weeks, which means the weeds keep growing! but the gardens of so lush in growth and colour.

As I mentioned in my last post I have a few wedding cards to share.  Here is another one:



As you can see there is not a lot involved in this one.  I used spellbinders regal frame for the frame part and then used the inner piece from spellbinders A2 tranquil moments die set for the focal piece and stamped my sentiment on.  Sentiment is from the set called Love and Marriage from PTI. I used dimensionals to pop up the sentiment piece.

Designer paper is by Fancy Pants called french press.  Ribbon is beautiful deep aqua from Sharon's store - 
Stamp Simply.  To finish off I added pearls and a couple of prima flowers.  I had a hard time parting with this one, but now it's sold, so just might need to make another one to have on hand.

The picture about of the ruby-throated hummingbird was taken in our backyard among the bee-balms.

I appreciate you stopping by, enjoy your day.

Pauline

3 comments:

  1. Have mercy, this is so gorgeous! And with your garden in the background, even better! Those dies are beautiful, and the ribbon, too. Silk is still my favorite. It's tinder dry here and trees are starting to drop leaves to conserve energy. The garden still looks pretty, but nature isn't giving me any help with the water. I'm hoping for a really wet winter!

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  2. Hi Pauline,

    Wow for the card, just love the colours, ribbon and die and Wow for the humming bird picture, both so gorgeous,

    Much love,

    Shirley T. xxx

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  3. I noticed the hummingbird right away. Another gorgeous photo. Speaking of gorgeous...this card sure fits the bill. It really takes a special talent to create a card design like this. You have it in spades my friend. :-)

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