Wednesday, 20 February 2013

I miss You!!!

A happy good day to you and thank you for visiting! A warm welcome to all, but specially my new followers, - you are all much appreciated!!
Today is the day I am sharing a project over on the Spellbinders Blog


To see more and get a step-by-step, all you need to do is click HERE and of course I would love it if you left me a comment there. THANK YOU FOR VISITING like always, and I wish you a day full of joy and creativity!!

30 comments:

Sophie said...

Eine schöne Karte.
Der Hintergrund ist exellent, Astrid.
Gefällt mir sehr gut.
Der Empfänger kann sich glücklich schätzen :-)

Liebe Grüße xx

Maryann said...

WAUW Astrid, this is sooooo gorgeous. I absolutely love this one, it´s soooo beautiful and sooo gorgeous made. Just awesome work again hun.

Buttons said...

On my way over Astrid - can't miss this one!!! Hugs, Jenny x

Rita said...

Just heading over Astrid after I say how beautiful your creation is. I love the colours. Enjoy your Day. Hugs Rita xx

Gitte said...

Beautiful card.

Izzwizz said...

Fabulous project Astrid, I love that background. I've been working on something similar but with cogs and gears. Have really got into embossing lately. Maddy x

Cheri Reed said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Jennie Atkinson said...

A stunning card Astrid and thanks for the step by step (at Spellbinders).

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inkypinkycraft said...

Looks gorgeous, love the colour of the seam binding too! Trace x

Anita Houston said...

Gorgeous...going to go see the step out!

cathylynn said...

Beautiful! Your colors and details are very lovely!
Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

M@miogée said...

Coucou
It's a beautiful card. I like very much the papers you use.
Bravo !

Bärbel said...

Eine großartige Karte! Die embossten Quadrate mit ihrem Metallschimmer und das Oval mit dem wunderbaren Rahmen und der schönen Krone, dazu das Band im Shabby-Look, das ergibt einen sehr eleganten Stil, der mich begeistert!

Christine D said...

What a beautiful card, and such a clever technique, its prompted me to come to your website from Spellbinders. So pleased I did, wonderful and I am now a new follower. thanks for sharing you work with us.

Dorthe said...

Dear Astrid,
I read all your explanation on Spellbinders Blog, and it is an amazing project, a beautiful "patchwork" tecnique and inked in the most gorgeous tones,I love the crown stamp, and the add of the died bow and flower, that lifts up the blue ink from the background so lovely.
Thankyou for the tutorial.
Hugs from me.
Dorthe

Deb Ochs-LaGrone said...

The colors on this are so soothing Astrid. The bow is just gorgeous with all it's layers and the rose center. Fab job!

magnhildr said...

OHH it's so beautiful!! *_* Congratulations!

Netty said...

wow your card is stunning, x

annemarks said...

Beautiful card :)

butterfly said...

This is fab - I love the burnt orange with the turquoise... off to have a proper look!
Alison x

Annie said...

You have been busy Astrid. This is so beautiful :-)

I love the background and layers. Such beautiful Ribbon too

Take care

Annie x

pearshapedcrafting said...

Just had a look at the way you made that amazing background! This is just such a beautiful card!

marda said...

Beautiful...now on my way to see how you created this lovely card.

Maalai said...

Thanks for the information... I really love your blog posts... specially those on Local Tamil News

Brenda Brown said...

Beautiful.
Hugs Brenda xox

Irene said...

A beautiful and stunning card.
luv
irene
xxxx

die amelie said...

Gosh, Astrid,

what a brilliant background for your lovely card!!! Stunning!

Hugs,
Claudia xx

annesyme said...

Stunning card Astrid, it's always a joy to visit your blogg and see all your wonderful creations.
Anne x

Chris said...

So beautiful Astrid and I'm off to check out your step by step. Chris x

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