Sunday, 8 July 2012


Hi Bloggers

Hope you are all having a great weekend!  I haven't been doing anything special!  Watching a bit of the tennis!  Doing some ironing!  Listing some new products in my Ebay store, etc!  I might finish of a scrapbooking layout this evening if I get round to it!  I've had a sore eye this weekend, its slightly puffy underneath as well so I don't know if it's an infection or a draught has caught it!

Anyway, I would like to welcome my new followers and also thank the followers who commented on my last post for their well wishes to my MIL.

The card I'm going to post today I made exactly 2 years ago for Paul's cousin who had Twin girls!

I tried a jaunty arty way of photographing this card - not sure if it worked or not!

Supplies Used:-

Computer and Printer
A4 White Linen Card - The Papermill Shop
Quilling Tool - Local Craft Store
Quilling Pattern - I Think I Got This Off The Internet For Free - Not Sure Which Site
Tacky Glue
Organza Ribbon - From Stash 

I computer generated the text and printed it onto an A4 sheet which I then cut down to make a 6" square card!

I then quilled 2 pairs of feet and stuck them to the card using tacky glue as a centre-piece to the card.

Added a piece of pink organza ribbon to finish!

It was a quite an easy card to make.  The quilling can be a bit fiddly but I think the overall effect is good!

As always I always appreciate and love to receive your comments!


  1. Stunning card, I love those little feet!

  2. WoW! This is Stunning....Fabulous little feet.
    LOve it.

  3. Oh Sarah .. .. how gorgeous is this!!! Fantastic finished look.

    I love it!! Such lovely neat quilling too.

    I love the jaunty photo angle too!

    Hope you had a good weekend.

    Love Jules xx

  4. Wow!! this is stunning Happy crafting Ginny ♥

  5. What a clever card, such an unusual thing to do with quilling - brilliant! xx

  6. How clever is this what a delightful card I have never quilled it looks fabulous Hugs Elaine

  7. Oh WoW these little feet are just gorgeous and such a lovely idea to quill the feet..


  8. This is a gorgeous card hun :) xxx

  9. This is gorgeous Sarah, what a pretty and elegant card, love the style :D .. yes quilling can be a bit fiddly but the end result is always so beautiful.. thank you also for your nice comment on my card today.. you asked about the DP on my card. That was a freebie from Papercraft Essentials magazine Issue 48. I will check if I have it as a download if you want it. Let me know. Hugs xx

  10. This is gorgeous, very stylish.

  11. The are such cute little baby feet, it's been ages since I did any quilling....your card has made me itch to get my paper strips out again lol. As comment above say, it's a very pretty and elegant card. Hugs lin

  12. Sorry I haven't been to see you for a while Sarah. I seem to have been so busy lately. I am loving being GDT member though it takes up a fair bit of time commenting on the challenge cards. I love your card. The quilling is fabulous and its so pretty.
    Love Sharon. x

  13. Hi Sarah, what a fantastic idea! Looks gorgeous! You're nerves must be out of steel :-).
    Best thanks also for your visits and your lovely comments on my blog.
    Hugs Claudia

  14. I love the quilling on this card Sarah, very clever. I tried quilling once but just couldn't get the hang of it, far too fiddly for me. lol. A perfect baby card.
    Sally x

  15. This is gorgeous - the quilling is beautful

  16. This is very cute really. xxxx

  17. Hi Sarah,
    This is a darling card and the simplicity of it makes it so special, so elegant.
    Just love it. Linda