Introducing Daisy

Hi there crafty friends.  I have just returned from holiday and I missed my last SAL post so please forgive me for that dear SAL friends.  Not long before going on holiday I decided to have a good sort out of my stash and came across a piece of hardanger that I had designed myself a few years back.  The outline had been completed and one of the foundation lines for the triangular bits (the line attached to the outer line), and that was as far as it had got.  As there are few colours to worry about in hardanger I decided that it was a good one to take on holiday with me.  So here is where I have got too now.1.Darlington Daisy Her official name is “Darlington Daisy”, but I am just calling her Daisy for now.  Though its probably not easy to see this is the part I am working on at the moment.

2.Darlington Daisy

I am doing the dove eyes in alternate green and lavender worked diagonally – just to be different lol.

It is sometime since I shared any cards but be assured I have been as busy as usual on that front.  I just think you must get bored with seeing so many.  I will share a few of my favourite ones from recent makes however.   This one was made for my cousin who was in hospital.    1. For Karen 2 FOR OZThis eclipse card was for my beloved grandson.   The card below was for my hubby.  As he has always wanted to go to the Galapagos Islands I could not resist this blue footed booby bird stamp when it was released at Hobby Arts. I also have to say – yes – apart from the fact they do not wear bows they do look just like this.21 for Keith

The  rest are just a few of my favourites made last month.


13I hope you enjoyed these few.

If I have not visited your blog in the last few weeks please forgive me, as I was so busy just before we went and then we have been away for the last couple of weeks.  I will try and catch up soon.

Bye for now and thank you for visiting,  your visit is appreciated and any comments are always welcome.  So many thanks to you all .





About stitchingranny

I am one of those people who need to have busy hands so whether its stitching or papercrafting, I am always doing something. I also love being in the garden, though hubby does most of the work there these days.
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3 Responses to Introducing Daisy

  1. kathyreeves says:

    Love Daisy, and the epic diversity of your cards always delights me, Helen! Where did you go for holiday? I assume it was lovely, but your are glad to be home too. 🙂


  2. We went to sunny Florida where we found more rain than anywhere else I have ever been. Despite the weather we had a great time and I got to see the manatees, which were huge, far bigger than I thought they would be. Thanks for your lovely comments Kathy xxx


  3. craftycreeky says:

    It’s beautiful, the colours are so soft.


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