Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Diamond Jubilee

Hi everyone,

Sorry, long time no see, life has taken over and Mr Mojo has gone awol! Lol!

I have a card for you today, I made it earlier in the year for a competition one of our local craft shops (The Papeterie) were running. However, I didn't post it at the time so I figure it's okay to enter it into some challenges now.

Pan Pastel Challenge -  Diamond Jubilee
The Stampman Challenge - Card for a Queen
Creative Craft Challenge - Red, White & Blue
Sir Stampalot Challenge- Medals and Monarchs


Made with the TH dress form die, Papermania paper pack, a few embellishments, touch of distress ink and the sentiment and numbers were PC generated.

We don't really go in for street parties in Scotland (it's more of an English tradition) but we do have a strong connection with the Queen - Balmoral is only about an hour's drive from where I am.  When it was William's wedding, I intended just to have the telly on in the background and go about my usual business but I found myself glued to the TV, not wanting to miss one minute! - I'm sure Tuesday will be the same.  My husband and son will not be interested and my daughter will be in Paris on her school trip, so I'll be sitting on my ownsome enjoying the festivities and they can see to their own lunch! Lol!

Hope you all enjoy the holiday weekend too.

Take care
Suze xx




17 comments:

craftattack said...

Lovely card, Sue. Wonder where your mojo has gone? I will be watching on TV next week, too, so I will drink a toast to the Queen and to you and all the other watchers! Hugs, Valerie

Victoria said...

Oh dear, I do hope Mr Mojo potters back soon! This is a brilliant patriotic creation. You make some marvellous things with that TH die.

Aileen said...

This is a lovely card and perfect timing for posting it! Love the additions to the dress and your framing of the sentiment. Maybe we should have a Jubilee crafting session!!! x

Kim S said...

Life just has to understand that we have cards to make!! Your mojo will return - you do make lovely cards!

Cathryn said...

Hi Suze! Lovely card I love the dress form you have used - it is all really nice. Shame about the street party though - I was on my way up with a coachload! LOL!!!! Cxx

Brenda Brown said...

Love the idea of using the dress form Suze and perfect for this weekend. Thanks for linking to PanPastels UK this week, it's perfect for our Jubilee challenge and I hope Mr Mojo returns soon so we see more of you again.
hugs {brenda} xox

pinky said...

What a beautiful creation and so fitting for our challenge. Thanks for joining us at Stampalot this month.
Pinky

Brenda Brown said...

Hi Suze, just realised you have entered this with us at The Stamp Man too and popped back to say thanks for linking it to the Card for a Queen challenge.
hugs {brenda} xox

Eileen said...

Hello Suze ... great card here.. just right for our PanPastels UK challenge this week!
I loved the royal wedding and had a small craft table plonked in front of the telly so I didn't miss anything while I was making cards!! Enjoy your weekend
Eileen xx

chrissies said...

Just brilliant I love everything about this but especially the bunting with the years on it--what great ideas.

xxxxx

Crafty Tazzy said...

Beautiful hunny!! Thank you for joining in with Creative Craft Challenge ... My Mojo has gone AWOL too ...Annette (DT CCC) xx

Tracy said...

Thanks for joining Sir Stampalot’s challenge with this great entry, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

mixamatoasties said...

Great card.

Thanks for joining in at Creative Craft Challenges.

Susan

Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

Really gorgeous, I love the necklace and the charm. Thank you for joining in with the PanPastel challenge blog
Lindsay xx

Crafty_Fairie said...

Super project thanks for joining in at PanPastel uk this week.

Kerry DT Leader

Ruth said...

A lovely card for our challenge at Sir Stampalot. Ruth :)

baileyrosy said...

hope you enjoyed the festivities ! Gorgeous card love the bunting and the addition of the pearls and little crown are just the right touches on this beauty.

Marie