May 8, 2011

Thank You...For Being Patient With My Absence!

I know, I know, I've been missing for a long time now, but I have been on my Easter holiday for a week and the week that just ended was a rough one for me so...all in all I haven't been very communicative lately.
But enough with the talking, let's see some craft project! One of my dream craft items I truly wish to own one day are The Nestabilities from Spellbinders. One of the most helpful items for a crafter, from my point of view, and as I may guess, not only mine. But, if you lack what you wish for, you are liable to improvise. So, if you are in the same situation as me, with a pair of compasses and a pair of hobby scissors try to re-create one of the scallops from Spellbinders, like I did here.











The sentiment is written in Romanian and it means "Thank you a lot!" or "Thank you very much!" (you get the idea... :)   ) and it is made using glitter powder over my handwriting.
I hope that you'll like the card I'm showing you today and I promise I'll show you soon what I have been up to during my holiday. I am in a new phase of my crafting discoveries and experiments of which I am delighted. I don't intend to tell more now, but, because you are my friends, I will give you a hint: pencils! 
Well, hoping to see you soon,

Until next time,
Behave And Quill!

6 comments:

chillin with Quillin said...

lovely, I do like the quilled flowers!!!!
Paula

Bronwyn said...

Cute idea!

Antonella said...

What a beautiful card!!! Love your flowers!! I too wish that I had the spellbinders nestabilities... ah, some day :-)
Hugs,
Antonella :-)

Molly Smith said...

Beautiful card, Diana! Your design and flowers are perfect (I like the two-tone double rolled pink one :) Thanks for sharing! hugs, xo ~Molly

Aimilee said...

I love the little selection of flowers, really nice. Looking forwards to finding out what you're doing with the pencils!

Baukje said...

what a wonderfully colorful card you've made ​​very nice
Greetings Baukje