Messy Rabbit Village Stamp Retirement Ladies Card

Today`s card is a retirement card for a lady which are often hard to cater for , but this was done knowing the person who was retiring loves gardening so the Messy Rabbit Village Stamps  worked well for this

The main pagoda stamp was cut out and curved and  raised using silicone glue to a base of tapestry card – then little paper roses were added to the pagoda – the wheel barrow & gloves were stamped and also raised with some glitteradded to the spots on the glove to make it a bit girly ( not that you see many gloves with glitter on in real life !!!)

I then made a bouquet of paper flowers and added some ribbon – there are some great workshops on Joanna Sheens tuition pages for working with flowers if you need them and all of this work has been matted onto a base of backing paper from the Baby Love cd  – the image / backing paper is found in the nursery rhyme section – I just love the flowery and filigree papers from this cd and I felt it worked well for this card

The base card is stardream card made into a 8.25″ square card – workshop here if needed along with an envelope idea too

A matted sentiment that was just made using word was added to bring the card all together


Thanks for looking at today`s card



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8 thoughts on “Messy Rabbit Village Stamp Retirement Ladies Card

  1. This is really gorgeous Suzanne as usual. I also didn’t see this backing paper on the CD and will have to look again. I love the new blog it is great!!!!

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