Saturday, 3 December 2016

My oldie for FFFriday

Hello Everyone

Thank you again for your lovely comments. Gary truly was outstanding in every way. I hope your week end will be a good one. I have a very busy one. Today I am going into London to the Street Art Walking Tour with a couple of friends. I'm really looking forward to it, we always have a good laugh when we meet up. Tonight I am going dancing with OH,, daughter and future son-in-law and tomorrow afternoon we're all going dancing again including Oscar!

So,Saturday is my day to show an oldie as inspired by Erika at Snappycrafts. It is your chance to show an old project whether blogged or not. Sometimes it's good to have a giggle at our first "makes" Or be proud of an achievement.
My card is probably one of the first ones I made when I bought Spellbinders Les Papillion die set. I have friends that like this style of card. I have made several versions of this card and have never made the same one twice. I usually have a couple of them in my stash for emergencies. It was inspired by Sue Wilson at particraft. It is quite an economical card to make as the butterflies are cut to leave the "negative" and can be done with scraps

Hee hee! The first photo shows I was probably in a rush to give it to somebody and quickly took a photo. It looks like I was looking for fancy dress ideas too!

6x6 card blank
Serif background and one created with That Special Touch mask on Core'dination card (is that still made?
Spellbinders - Les Papillion die
Spellbinders - Marvellous Squares
Tiny bling!


  1. Hi Karen your cards are gorgeous. Who doesn't love butterflies. Your day sounds very busy I hope you have lots of fun. We are doing Christmas prep which started with a trip to M&S. Take care. Hugs Jackie

  2. I love them, I adore butterflies and these look super, xxxx

  3. Hi Karen
    I have the card you sent to me that's similar on a shelf and its smashing, as are these.
    I wish I had your energy lol!
    Ang x