Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Retirement Card

A wonderful dinner lady at the school I where I used to teach is retiring tomorrow, after 32 years at the same school!  As my class was called 'Sunflower' while I was teaching there, I wanted to included sunflowers somewhere on the card.  

The dies I used were all Poppystamps:  Small Madison Arched Window, Small Window Box, Picket Fence and Walking Cat.  There's no name on the brick embossing folder, so I'm not sure of the make. White, green and yellow snippets used this time, so I'll be sharing my card on Pixie's Snippets Playground - Week 147  

I would like to enter my card for the following challenges:
Fan-Tastic Tuesday Challenge #58 ~ Anything Goes with a Twist - Add Some Flowers
Bizzy Becs October Challenge ~ Anything Goes


  1. A lovely snippets card Liz, love sunflower window box. i hope the lady in question enjoys her retirement. My daughter is a school dinner lady.
    Jean x

  2. Terrific!!! Love the fence along with the window die. The sunflowers are so precious and that tiny kitty just tops it all! Love it!

  3. What a lovely card Liz, love the sunflowers. She will be very pleased with this beautiful card. Hugs Veerle xx

  4. Wow Liz - this is great! You created such a lovely scene there - I bet it will be very much loved by the recipient!


    Di xx

  5. This is such a special card and will mean such a lot to the recipient. Hugs Mrs A.

  6. Fantastic retirement card Liz, love the scene and colours.

  7. Gorgeous snippets card Liz, I'm sure the recipient will love this detailed scene, Cathy x

  8. How did I miss this post? I LOVE this card, and the scene you created is so sweet. The dies all work so well together!

  9. Fabulous card hun and ty for joining us at Fan-Tastic Tuesday this week hugs Judith DT x

  10. Gorgeous! A friend of mine loves cats and sunflowers she'd adore this!
    Lucy x


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