My Wonderful Followers

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Sunday 10 November 2013

A Clean & Simple Thank You

Good morning everyone! It's Remembrance Sunday today and i would like to say a huge Thank You to all of the armed forces past and present. My Uncle died in the WW2 and my Son has applied for the Army and i'm so proud of them both!
My card today is a clean and simple thank you card.
I've used 'Tilda with winter flowers' from the 'Sweet Christmas Dreams' collection, coloured with Copics and TH Distress markers.
Basic Grey's 'Thank you' sentiment stamp which i stamped  and heat embossed.
Melissa Francis Lace and ribbon are from my stash.
I'm entering these challenges
Basic Grey - Sparkle and Glamour
CCCB - Challenge#184
Magnolia Mania - Clean and Simple
Midweek Magnolia Challenge - Thanksgiving or Giving Thanks
The Ribbon Reel - Blue,White and Gold
Thank you for visiting my blog today, your comments are always appreciated. Feel free to call back anytime. 
Hugs xx


Ros Crawford said...

Such an adorable card Hazel ... So glad you could play along with us at CCCB!!

Doreen said...

Gorgeous card ,love this image and fab

Nicolchen said...

Your card is just adorable :0)))

Thanks for playing with us at Magnolia Mania ;0)

Hugs Nicole

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

How sweet, thanks for playing along with us at CCCB!

Suzi Mac said...

This is so adorable Hazel, I love the CAS style, your embossed sentiment and of course that adorable Tilda. Thanks for joining us over at Midweek Magnolias. Good luck!
Hugs Suzi x

Cathy Lee said...

Lovely CAS card, Hazel. This is such a sweet Tilda. Thank you for sharing it with us at Midweek Magnolias.
Cathy Lee

Julie said...

Gorgeous card, Hazel - love the image and colours! Thanks for playing along with us at Basic Grey Challenges, Juliexx

Vicky said...

A beautiful card & I love this stamp.
Thank you for playing along with us over at Midweek Magnolia's, good luck sweetie.

Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx

Teresa said...

This is lovely, thanks for joining us at Midweek Magnolias and good luck in the draw.
Teresa x