Sunday 26 February 2012

St David's Day

I love to visit Wales, so I had to had a go at the Glitter Geeks St Davids Day challenge.

My best friend is half Welsh, and she’s going through a difficult time at the moment, so this card will be going to her.

Wales always makes me think of hills and castles. The hills background was printed from MCS Cromford CD. I found it hard to find a castle stamp or digi with Welsh-style castellations and without pointed roofs on the turrets. I  eventually found this free digi on Chi Chi Memories – I cut off the flags. The dragon is Funstamps and I made the sentiment on Word, printed it off and stamped the frame and punched it out. (Stampin Up). The daffodil stamp on the backing paper is an UM (not sure who by).

As well as Glitter Geeks, I’d also like to enter this for:
Gingersnap Creations – Words of Wisdom
The Stampman – Colours of Spring
Pink Elephant – Print it


Paula said...

Ohh this is wonderful! Love your dragon, what a cutie! Thanks for joining us at Glitter Geeks this week, Paula :))

Helen Anderson said...

This is a great card! I'm sure your friend will really appreciate your kind thought.
Thanks for joining us at Glitter Geeks and good luck :) xx

Nelly said...

Ooooh such a cute dragon! lovely card..Thanks for joining our St David's Day" challenge this week at Glitter Geeks, Nelly x.

Doreen said...

Brilliant card - the little dragon is so cute
Many thanks for joining us at Glitter Geeks this week
Doreen xx

Brenda Brown said...

Gorgeous fresh springlike greens. Thanks for linking this to The Stamp Man challenge.
hugs {brenda} xox

Unknown said...

Oooh so cute! I love the castle and the dragon. Good job! Thanks for joining us this week at Glitter Geeks.

Pauline said...

This is fab... I dream of the Welsh rolling green hills... and see castles, and maybe a dragon or two... I love the dragon image! Thanks for sharing at Glitter Geeks!

Mynn xx said...

This is awesome! LOVE your dragon--this certainly tales the story well! :) LOVE it!!!

Gail Is This Mutton? said...

Such an unusual card, really lovely! Certainly evokes the Welsh hills.