Thursday, January 3, 2013

January 3 - Good Luck card

Hi there....

I have made another card, with the wonderful papers from Tsunami Rose.

This time its a Good Luck card. 
Yep, that black, blingy sentiment on my card means just that in Swedish.

I made this card for a friend that has had a tough 2012, when I saw the English sentiment in this wonderful set of papers, I thought of my sweet friend right away.
I sure hope that she will like the card when she gets it.


Front of the card where you can see the Swedish sentiment "Lycka Till"

Close-up of the English sentiment

Inside of the card

Materials used
* papers from the New Beginnings set
* light-brown and pink cardstock
Black stickers that I have put some Diamond stickles on
* mulberry leaves and roses
* white pearls

As usual I have added Diamond stickles on several parts of the papers, 
that's one detail I add on almost every card I make.

If you wants to buy the set that these papers come from, just click on the picture right under this.



That´s what I had to show you today....hope that I will see you tomorrow again.

Hugs from Linda



8 comments:

Lexie said...

This is beautiful Linda. Love the colours, the paper, the sentiment and your gorgeous flowers.
xx

Linda Simpson said...

Gorgeous papers and beautiful colours! Loving the sentiment too.

Hugs
Linda xxx

Doreen said...

This is just gorgeous,love it.xxx

Kate M said...

Love the colours and the beautiful papers - great card Linda.
xx

jane stillman said...

A gorgeous card. The papers are gorgeous and I'm sure your friend will love it

sparklingblackrose said...

Really beautiful! Elaine-xxx-

Zoe said...

Beautiful card, Linda, really pretty colours, if you don't mind a tiny criticism? I think the Good Luck sentiment is a bit bulky and over powering for such a delicate card, no offence! Just my opinion Hun, but the card is beautiful and I love the inside xxx

Gwyneth said...

I love the sentiment in English and your addition in Swedish. Such a nice idea for a card and I love the soft colours and how you've embelished it.