Ha, ha, Carin, that's ok, no green. It is beautiful nevertheless.
Beautiful design and stitches, Queenie.
I see you manages to slip in a little green, which only enhances the other colours :-)
very pretty what a lovely card for someone to receive
Very creative card!
Hi Queenie, what a beautiful card : I love it !!!Wishing you a lovely week,Isa
What a lovely card. Whoever gets that will love it.
I need to tackle my thread stash, too, one day, and I think there are more green than any other colour...
Thank you, Janie.
It was purely accidental, ha, ha!
Thanks, Margaret. Unfortunately it got stuck in the security checks on entering the UK so it did not reach 'someone' in time, sigh!
This is such an easy pattern, you can whip up a motif like this in no time. Perfect for busy me!
Unlike your perfect stitching, these stars are rough, warped and truly free form stitches. I might have to make a book cover next!
Your work is so beautiful! This card will be treasured!
Very very cute.A perfect little gift for a friend.
It's fun to make small birthday cards; you don't need a lot of stitching to finish it. My friend was very happy with it, but it was delayed because of security checks.
Unlike you, I seldom make large quilts. This was a nice little project.
They thought it was "small bombs" or too hot stuff for someone who is going to be a year older. Very very high security.beads?Metallic threads?
Yes, they do look like explosive balls, or fireworks, don't they? No I guess ALL mail is being monitored and scanned and there was such a back log, the card did not arrive on time.Hur har du det? Fullt upp med nål och tråd, stickor och garn?
Beautiful birthday card!
How sweet! I love your embroidered cards.
Many thnks, Renee. This is an easy-peasy design!
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