Boy, you were quick off the mark this morning - hope it isn't stress keeping you awake chick. Also hope your Mum is soon well and that meantime you manage to have everything sorted out for their care, it's a worrying time that so many of us face at some point :(Fabulous card - believe me, paper piecing is a very leisurely 'walk in the park' compared to iris folding!Take care, I follow you so will watch for any postings about developments on the home front. And we'll let you hop (oh dear) to the front of the queue to try out the new pogo sticks when you return to the playground!Love, Di xx
Mrs A I love iris folding too and its ages since I made one- I have a tough job keeping all the paper strips organized for iris folding!
WOW - this is a great first go at iris folding. I've never been brave enough to try it!Sending get well wishes to your Mum. Di mentioned pogo sticks . . . so I'm off to find them . . . xxx
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This is really pretty and has a very alternative feel to it. I'll have to speak to you about what I mean, because I can't think of the name of the artist this is reminding me of. Some bloke. xxx
Great card. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up, hope to see you back next week! -Wenche
I've never tried this technique and you have made a really pretty card with it. Thanks for joining us this week at Delightful hugs Susan x
This is really prettty and I love the colours, they are gorgeous, Luv Karen xx
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