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Saturday, 29 October 2011


Morning everyone. 
Hope you are all well.
Thanks for all your wonderful comments and your well wishes for Mackenzie, 
thankfully it was just a one off.
It's only a quick post this morning
I'm having a lazy morning with Mackenzie and
then I'm off to Sir Stampalot to see their fantastic demo,
If you're in the area it really is worth a visit.
7 very talented crafty ladies, a gorgeous shop and refreshments.
What more could you ask for!

Anyway it's time for new challenges over at 

At ALLSORTS this week our lovely Emma would love to see...

I have made a twisted easel using the gorgoeus "Fishing Buddies" from LOTV

And over at BASIC GREY this fortnight ....

(As long as you include a BASIC GREY product)

I have used Basic Grey ~ Kraft and Curio and
"Tilda with seeds" for my lovely friend Nicola's birthday, 
which was a few weeks ago!
Pop over to the challenge blogs to find out about our fab prizes and 
to see some gorgeous work from the rest of the DT

Hope you can join us

I'll be back tomorrow with a sneak peek of one of the gorgeous new stamps from
Oooh I'm so excited, they are all GORGEOUS!!!



Mary J said...

Really lovely Fleur - my fave is....both of them!

Christina said...

These are really gorgeous cards Fleur! Looks amazing!
Hugs Kristel

Loopylou. said...

morning fleury!!!
oh hun these are both absolutely stunning! i love the LOTV one and the tilda one!!!
huge hugs Lou xxx

Christina - Pieces of Dreams said...

These cards are fabulous Fleur.
Really special and outstanding crafting.
Hugs n' Smiles
Chris x

Nicola said...

Love the cards Fleur, especially my Birthday card which still has pride of place in my kitchen where I can admire it everytime I walk past it!
Love the twisted easel too for this week's challenge, the image is sooooo sweet, perfectly coloured and that colour combo is so beautiful!
Love Nicola xxx

Sue said...

Hi Fleur,glad your Mackenzie is back to normal,lots of bugs just now,nasty.Two gorgeous cards,loving the images.Have a lovely day.
Sue x

Janette said...

Two gorgeous cards Fleur, love the twisted easel, and the colours are lovely. Janette x

Doreen said...

Two stunning cards Fleur,love them both.xxx

CraftyC said...

Hi Fleur, these are both totally gorgeous. Love your twisted easel card and bot beautiful papers and embellishments. Enjoy your day out!

Crafty Loops said...

Beautiful cards Fleur. Lee x

Liz's creative corner said...

Wow Fleur, both of these are gorgeous, love both of them,fab detail and stitching, hope you have a lovely time, hugs Liz xx

Debbie said...

Hi Fleur
Two totally gorgeous cards, the easel one is adorable, love the colours, image and the beautiful shape. The Tilda card is gorgeous too, love the stitching. Debbiexx

The Crafty Goat Girl said...

Two super duper cards Fleur, fabby colours and layouts as always, thanks for the inspiration. hugs Heidi xx

Marlies said...

These are both gorgeous cards Fleur! I can't choose which one I like best, they both have such cute images and great details!
hugs, Marlies

coops said...

both fabulous cards fleur.the images are gorgeous and i love your fab papers and distressing ;D

xx coops xx

yvon said...

Fleur, your cards are both gorgeous. Love the easelcard with the bleu colors and the cute stamp. Love the grey's on your other card.
Have a great weekend.
Hugs, Yvon

Jacqui P said...

wow two beautiful cards Fleur!! as always so stlyish with fab colouring and finishing touches!!

D K Crafts said...

Hi Fleur. Two very beautiful cards. Love the images, colours and details. Donna

Julie said...

Two stunning cards, Fleur!! Beautiful colouring and design!! Juliexx

Lou said...

Hi!Fleur both of your cards are very gorgeous,Tilda is so sweet and your flower/colours are really lovely together.
Great Christmas card too,sweet image and the soft colours are perfect.
big hug,
see you soon.hugs Lou.xx

Cecilia said...

I love your cards as always, and the subtle colors that you use, you still make it feel sort of vibrant!
I especially love the shaped edges on your easel card, I've seen it somewhere else too, and can't help but want to try it myself - how do you do it?
Love following your blog!