Monday, March 13, 2017

Collage cards and a give-away

Hello everyone. I hope you are all well.
Yes, I'm still here but I just can't seem to make cards anymore! I cannot take a good photograph either! Even scanning a card looks odd and I don't know what to do about it!

I do have a couple of collage cards to show with my new little birdie stamp which I made a while ago.




I do have something I would like to send to somebody who is interested and really wants it. It is a Vintage Images CD Vol 3 from Tuscan Rose.



I will gladly send it to anybody in the world who wants it.

Please let me know and if I find out its quite popular I will have to pick a name out of a hat!

Sorry ladies but my head is just not up to crafting at the moment.

Jacqueline

18 comments:

  1. Two beauties with that sweet bird image, Jacqueline! I'm not really much into vintage so I'll pass on the CD but glad to see your post. Hope you feel more like crafting soon!

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    1. Linda, you are such a sweetheart, thanks for the encouragement and I so hope to get some inspiration back!

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  2. These cards are beautiful Jacqueline. Your cards and your inspiring blog have brought me so much joy throughout the past few years but I understand how you feel ...sometimes no matter how much you want to curl up and create something lovely, life changes for us and brings us somewhere else.. where God wants us to be. Thank you for sharing your creativity, for your friendship and for your prayers. love Susanne

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    1. Thanks, Susanne, your words sum it up beautifully! God bless!!!

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  3. Gorgeous. Sorry to hear that you don't feel up to crafting. Your cards are fabulous. take care of yourself.

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  4. Lovely to see you posting and to know all is well... even if you aren't crafting much. Your cards are gorgeous!

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  5. It was your work that inspired me to take up card making again. Your gift of creating lovely collage... beautiful graceful images... is unmatched. Your use of birds, butterflies and lovely flowers never got old. Life races ahead. Embrace the next knowing how much beauty you have passed on.

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    1. Aw, thank you for such lovely words, really touched me!

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  6. Miss you and am so glad you are all right! Of course, I miss the results of your creative talent, but understand when it's just not there. Thanks for sharing what you do have and it's beautiful, as usual! Take care and blessings and prayers!

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  7. Hi Jacqueline, both your cards are lovely and that plum little bird is really sweet. Sorry to hear that you're not in the mood to craft, but hang in there, Spring is on the way and I am sure you'll get your mojo back in no time. I am having a little trouble with my camera too, so I use my phone to photograph my card, it's not too bad at all.

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    1. Thanks, Cindy - I have tried my phone as well! I reckon the Spring will beckon me into my craft room but I am discovering so much more than card-making at the moment! Bless you!

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  8. good to see new cards from you, that bird stamp is too cute and it works great with your collage cards!! You do such a beautiful job with them.
    If no one else wants the CD, I do love vintage, I tried to look up what kind of images are on it but couldn't find a link.

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  9. I am always inspired by your cards and just love your style. I would love the cd as I only have a handful of vintage images and would love to do more. discovered a lovely little shop in London that you would love too Jessie Chorley..she has a website where you can see her work..

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  10. Dont give up Jacqueline. We all go through this. Try and make a few copies of your own favourite cards to jump start your mojo. I'd love the CD but gather it is long spoken for. All the best and hope to see more wonderful creations from you soon.

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  11. Hi Jacqueline I have just come across your blog and love it that you have pointed out to me that The Lord was a crafter as well. Thank and Bless you. Have a great Easter.

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