Wednesday, February 25, 2015

London Here I Come!



Hi everyone,

Well yesterday my youngest daughter left Australia to live in London for the rest of the year. She has moved over there as part of a Teacher Exchange. I am going to miss her big time and the house is going to feel pretty strange without her!

Of course I had to make her a card to celebrate the occasion. When I went looking at what to use to create my card, I had found a few cute stamps I planned on buying, but alas they weren't in stock anywhere in Australia and by the time I had thought about buying anything there was no time left to order from overseas. So I had to rethink and see if I could find any in digital stamps. Fortunately I found just what I was looking for from Digital Delights by Louby Loo and Pretty Grafik.



As you can see I have created a Pull Card using the Rectangle Pull Card die set designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs. As she is going over there to teach I wanted to include some school related images as well as London themed images.


Here is a closer look at the left hand side of the card. The union jack (flag) is attached to a spiral so it moves as the card is opened. I used the new Elizabeth Craft Designs Alphabet 1 - Caps for the word "London". 


Here is a close up of the right side of my card. I computer generated the "Here I Come!"

Digital Stamps: Guardsman Scott; School Accessory Set; School Girl - Digital Delights by Louby Loo; London Stamps (Phone Box; Big Ben; Bus) - Pretty Grafik
Paper: White; Red; Grey; British Stripe - Fab Scraps
Dies: Rectangle Pull Card - designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs; Alphabet 1 Caps - Elizabeth Craft Designs; MFT Die-namics Fishtail Flags Stax
Other: Foam Tape; Copics


5 comments:

Monica taylor said...

What a fun card! Well at least you have someone to visit in London now.

Ironlady said...

Beautiful card Frances, hope Becky has an amazing time

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

Oh this is so super cute.

Karen Aicken said...

Such an amazing card - I love all the details you added!

Joanne (jojot) said...

makes me want to go to the UK