Tuesday, September 9, 2014

woyww - collection of cards

My desk this Wednesday has the left over items from card making on the weekend.  Finally got to play with the Magnolias for Her stamp from "Altenew" (US) and Nouveau Flowers from Clearly Besotted Stamps from the UK.  When I saw both of these stamps a couple of months ago on a blog I had to track them down.  Here are a couple of photos of the cards I made.

Yes you can see my shadow on the card.  As per usual I am rushing around and don't take the time to take a really good photo.
Finally a lovely collection of cards from RosA (thank you for the cards and the catch up :)

Have a lovely woyww....

37 comments:

  1. Good to catch up. Glad you like those cards :) I make far more than I can ever use :) That magnolia stamp is a great multipurpose stamp. I will find that ink bottle and send you a pic of it.

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  2. Lovely cards there, Sandra. Well done. Great gift from Rosa, too.
    Thanks for visiting and for your comments.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #4

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  3. Oooh, that magnolia stamp is lovely! I've got a really soft spot for those flowers, there are some really old magnolia tress in my village and they were magnificent this year, the blossoms lasted for ages and looked spectacular. I like the simplicity of that card very much!
    Hugs, LLJ 30 xx

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  4. Lovely cards, both yours and those from Rosa.
    I can relate to the shadows on photos, mine are always like that these days too.
    Take care, Hugs, Neet 35 xx

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  5. What a fab show and tell of gorgeous cards today. :-)
    Hugs,
    Annie x # 31

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  6. ah wodnerful post Sandra.. you know that magnolia would look great stamped and gold embossed on vellum then colour from behind for subdued colouring and fussy cut out. Because you have coloured it you can glue it down ok... or Cathy seems to do it okay on Cathy's Card Spot one of my must try lists :D
    see here:
    http://cathyscardspot.blogspot.com.au/2014/08/blue-wedding-flowers.html
    Love the stamps on Ros' cards too .. that tree is fab! happy WOYWW Shaz in oz.x #13

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  7. The cards are gorgeous, and what a tidy desk! Happy playing, Chris # 34

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  8. That 'Art Nouveaux' (or 'Jugendstil', as we call it here more often) stamp is really awesome!!! I love your choice of colour too! Thanks for stopping by my blog/desk just a while ago, and enjoy your day. Happy woyww, Marit #53

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  9. Your cards are beautiful. Thanks for sharing your workspace today. Hope you have a great day and a lovely crafting week to come. Hazel, WOYWW #45 x

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  10. Those are new stamps to me! I haven't heard of them, so I will look into them. Love the sparkle on your magnolia card! Thanks for the visit today! Winnie #48

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  11. Love your cards the are really lovely and the ones from Roz also great. Thanks for sharing and visiting already.

    Hugs Eliza & Yoda
    Happy WOYWW

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  12. Beautiful clean cards! I like seeing those plastic baskets/trays (what's the word for it again?) on your desk, as they remind me of the plasitc ones we get when ordering from an Asian take-away restaurant. I always save them, and if I don't use them for storing food, I use them to store die cuts, cut out stamps or even stamps for a certain project. Thanks for visiting!

    Debbie / Daqa #25

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  13. Beautiful cards. I love the black and turquoise one.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue 36

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  14. Ooh, beautiful stamps - I love the Art Nouveau one and especially your colour choice with it, and the Magnolias is beautiful too in the delicate embossed gold - lovely lovely cards. Thanks so much for stopping by my desk earlier, hope you have a good week,
    Diana #42

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  15. What beautiful stamps. I've never seen those. I like the magnolia and I like the fact it's in fragments so you can build up your image. Both of them are very special cards.
    Thanks for stopping by my desk and leaving a comment (almonds)
    Lisca#40

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  16. All of the cards are so lovely.Happy WOYWW Anne x #32

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  17. Lovely stamps and beautiful cards!
    Cheers
    Gabriele 33

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  18. Love the elegant simplicity of your cards.

    Thanks for for the blog visit and the comments earlier.

    Happy creating and happy woyww,

    Sandy #23

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  19. lovely card and great embossing defiantly a stamp you will use time an d time again Ido love flowers. thanks for your earlier visit have great week Andrea#18

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  20. Beautiful cards, Sandra! You can't have enough flower stamps. Thanks for stopping by.Helen 6

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  21. Lovely collection of cards, Sandra. That first on e is so elegant! Creative Blessings! Kelly #67

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  22. What beautiful cards. This just makes me happy today! Thanks so much for sharing!
    Glenda #52

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  23. Hi Sandra, love the stamps and the cards. Rosa's sent you some beauties.
    Thanks for visiting me and have a great week crafting, Angela x

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  24. Those stamps are gorgeous, especially with the gold embossing, really makes it glow. The cards from RosA are beautiful, I was lucky enough to get one of her Paris cards for my daughter. Have a great week,
    Von #39

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  25. Hi Sandra De. Happy WOYWW. I've been absent from WOYWW for awhile but this week I am back. Thanks for dropping by my blog already and yes its gorgeous up here in far north Queensland. I really like doing the dyeing and hope to do some more soon. Your cards and RosA's are beautiful. Oh and I read back a bit thru your blog and you are doing great with your sketches and water colour paintings...I loved them all
    hugs
    Annette In Oz #46

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  26. Lovely cards!
    thanks for visiting and the snoop around.
    Robyn 22

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  27. Wow! Beautiful cards!! I love those stamps too!!!

    Happy WOYWW!
    Amy E. #3
    Scrapthissavethat.com

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  28. Ooh, very pretty! I like the so simple gold on.. white? cream? hard to tell! And I am ALWAYS snapping my shadow as well :) Sometimes, even my actual reflection, depending. I am so a grab camera/snap snap snap kinda gal. I know good photos can make a project more appealing but by the time I am taking the photos, mentally, I've moved on :) You must be the same!

    Happy WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (2)

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  29. thanks for sharing your lovely desk! Happy woyww! Lindsay #65

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  30. What a beautiful collection of cards!

    Thank you for stopping by this woyww, I appreciate it! The chairs were fun, especially the stamped one.

    :)trisha
    #72 this week

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  31. Very pretty Cards you have there and such a tidy space too :)
    I mainly make all different Christmas cards and only make a few sets that are close to the same. I have to agree I can sit there longer trying to figure out how to a set that is the same and 6 of the same is usually my max at any given time and I do try to sell a few everyonce in a while just to see if they do
    hugs Nikki 8 thanks for the visit

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  32. What a lovely card collection, and that magnolia stamp is fab!
    Hugs Debs 38

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  33. Lovely cards and I especially like your tea cut in your previous post.

    Thanks for visiting my desk already
    kyla #8

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  34. Shadows or not - the magnolia card is quite lovely. Beautiful in the simplicity. I love how blogging reveals so much to us all about what we all like and er, need!

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  35. That first card is beautiful! So elegant! Late getting round everyone this week - sorry!

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  36. My but you've been busy ... Great cards
    Janet late again

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  37. Beautiful stamps and cards! I love the elegant simplicity of the gold on white. Thanks for visiting and happy WOYWW, belatedly. ~ Laura #62

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