Saturday, 18 June 2011

Sailing

Hello everyone and I hope you're having a better start to the weekend than me as I have rather a lot of aches and pains today as well as a really painful thumb. And no, it wasn't exercise but a rather spectacular fall in the local Morrison's car park! It was tipping down with rain and I managed to put my foot on a very wet and slippery section of tarmac. Next thing I knew, my feet went out from under me and I landed in a very ungainly heap at the feet of a very startled lady loading her shopping into her car boot.
I managed to twist my left thumb and badly bruise my left knee when I landed so I'm feeling a bit sorry for myself today! I have to carry on though as my elder daughter is returning from Sheffield today and her room is rather messy.
I have a card to show you that is my father in law's Fathers Day card which we have to give him today as he and my mother in law are off to Sidmouth first thing tomorrow.


My card uses one of the maritime themed images from an Aspects Of Design nautical set which is stamped with VersaFine Smokey Gray and coloured with Promarkers.
The background paper is Papermania kraft card stamped with a Fiskars stamp roller system stamp in brown and green.
I finished off with a panel embossed with the Cuttlebug swirls folder and a sentiment from the stamp set.

My card is for the following challenges:
Crafty Sentiments - Fathers Day
Dutch Dare - For The Boys
Rainbow Lady's Challenge - I Am Sailing

Thanks for looking and hoping you all have a lovely weekend.
Fliss xx

15 comments:

  1. Fabulous card for your FiL, I am sure he will love it. Sorry you had such a nasty fall, I hope you mend quickly.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox

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  2. Poor Fliss, how strange that it happened to both of us at the same time! Hope you aches and pains soon get less, mine too, and that you can still enjoy your weekend. From one fallen woman to another....

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  3. LOVE this card Fliss and a great colour combo.
    Sorry to hear you took a tumble & hope you are feeling better soon.

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  4. Great card - I've yet to make mine!! Hope ur feeling better soon...Esther xx

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  5. Gorgeous card Fliss. So sorry to hear of your fall... feel better soon. Thanks for sharing Love Cynthia x I have aches today from moving my craft room round lol x

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  6. Fliss - you poor thing. Hope you feel better soon. Lovely card - I love all the swirls and circles - Jacqueline xx.

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  7. Hi Fliss, Sorry to read of your tumble, hope your painful parts are feeling better soon. I love your card,super stamps, coloured so perfectly. Caz

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  8. Awwwww....Fliss love! You make sure you rest up too though. You FIL will love his card, its fab! Colour combo is perfect!

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  9. Great card Fliss, and I hope you are feeling lass bruised now? Thanks for sharing with us at Rainbow lady's Challenge this week. Love Elizabeth x

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  10. Hi Fliss,
    Such beautiful card. Sweet and well done. Love you used untraditional stamp.
    Thanks for joining us at DDCC next week.
    I hope to see you again.
    Hugs
    Lena

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  11. I love your maritime fathers' day card Fliss, especially the way the ship overlaps the background. Hope you've recovered after your nasty fall.

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  12. Great card. I hope you are feeling less sore now. Thank you for sharing with us at Rainbow Lady's this week.
    Jen x

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  13. Great card, I have always liked these stamps.
    Thanks for joining us at Rainbow Lady's this week.
    Jenny x

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  14. hi there,
    sandra here from dutch dare card challenges, thanks for popping in and joining us with our for the boys challenge, love the subtle colours you have gone for,
    hugs xx

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  15. Wow what a great stamp and a fantastic card. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Sentiments this week

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment. Your thoughts mean a great deal to me.
Fliss xx