Friday 18 October 2013

Friday Focus

For today's card I went back to my very first purchase from Uniko Studio and gave Flower Power #2 some love.  I've been seeing lots of circular wreath cards around blogland with all the Christmas themed cards popping up everywhere. So I decided to use that as a starting point, but went for a birthday card instead.

I used the stunning colour combo from Color Throwdown's current challenge and it makes for a very eye catching and fresh looking card.  Hope you like it too.


Stamps: Uniko Studio, Flower Power #2, Nature's Treasures 1
Ink: Adirondack, pool, watermelon, denim; Memento, London fog

I have some photos to share of my walk yesterday afternoon.  We went to a National Trust property - Belton House - and only managed a short walk round the gardens as we booked for the downstairs tour and then went on to look around the rest of the house.  The tour was so good, really informative but full of stories that made it come alive and the rest of the house is just amazing. Of course no photos from inside, but the gardens were looking majestic in their Autumn glory.

Thanks for dropping by and looking.



  1. Your card is stunning Jane, bang on trend and such an awesome way of using the flowers. Love it! Hugs Bev x

  2. Gorgeous card, and wonderful photos! Love how you've used flowers in these colors, especially love the navy ones. Great card. Bev

  3. What an adorable birthday wreath! I love your beautiful photos too! Thanks so much for playing along in the Color Throwdown with us!

  4. What a beautiful design...I just love how you created the wreath with the sentiment in the center and your pictures are wonderful, too!!! Thanks for joining us for the Color Throwdown Challenge!!!


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