Sunday, 21 September 2014

Sunny Sunday

Morning all, the sun is out and there is promise of another lovely day.
I'm rather late with posting this card as I have Nich and family over, so Ben had first dibs on the laptop and then Joe used it to watch the match last night. I was also out with Nich doing some window shopping yesterday so although this card was made before their arrival I couldn't down load it from my phone!


I made it with a few challenges in mind -


Face the music and dance - Song 'The green green grass of home'


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I love it when I can group challenges together!

I used a couple of Memory Box dies and a nested square to create the scene and stamped the greeting using one from a Woodware set. I just used scraps from the stash and a piece of marbled paper also from the stash.

I think this could be perfect for someone moving to a new house.

OK, that's a wrap, better go and see what Benny boy is up to in the lounge!






20 comments:

  1. I LOVE this serene little scene Jules! Great combination of challenges!
    Have a great day!

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  2. Hola Julie.
    Beautiful card, is like a small painting. Gorgeous and clean.
    Hugs from Palma

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  3. Well done on combining the challenges Julie and I love your take on the musical challenge.
    Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

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  4. Brilliant layering of the dies and I love how the clouds are still joined to the frame....how d'ya do that?

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  5. What a great scene Julie, such a clever use of those dies xx

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  6. I'm a fan of scenes on cards and yours rocks! So glad you joined us at CASology this week!

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  7. When I first saw your card I thought it reminded me of the scenery in the Sound of Music!
    Super job.
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    Less is More

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  8. An interesting interpretation, and why not? LOL that's a darling card.

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  9. Such a clever card - love it and love your take on LIM challenge!! xx

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  10. Your lovely, warm, peaceful scene immediately caught my eye in the gallery Julie - wish I was there! Vicky x

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  11. Julie you are so clever....I know that song green green grass of home my mom love it...and combine with all that challenge...you are really clever and I adore your scene...so sweet that little house and that grass...dont blame me if I say this is a winner card...see tomorrow tuesday if I am not see your card on the challenge winner gallery then you can tell me MONIKAAAAA...your prediction is wrooong :)..Love your card Julie....if you have time would you mind to see my grass card?...its # 61at the challenge gallery :) see you maybe at my Blog, big hugs, Monika

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  12. Such a sweet scene Julie!! Love the mix of die-cuts and papers. Loll xx

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  13. Julie what a gorgeous take on combining the challenges!
    Thank you so much for joining us this week at Less is More
    Anne
    LIM Designer

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  14. Sweet scene, with the wee trees and cute house! I'd move to that acreage in a second! Wonderful - and so perfect for the challenges. I'm with Monika: winner winner on this gem!
    ~c

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  15. Your scene is so cute - I love your card:) xx

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  16. What a gorgeous little scene you have created here! I love this! So glad you joined us at The Cutting Edge Challenge! :)

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  17. Julie, this scene just makes me want to hop in the car and visit that serene little place! Love this!

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  18. Very pretty...love your scene...so glad you joined the challenge at The Cutting Edge this week, Julie:)!!

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  19. Great card love the layers !!

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  20. Oh I am sorry that my predition was wrong...but congrats on the HM position at the Cutting Edge...so sad I can not join there cause I have no cutting machine but I can join another challenge that need Stamp right...thanks for your nice words for my post dear Jules...happy Monday...hugs, Monika

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