Friday 12 June 2015

Welsh Dragons

A week in North Wales in glorious sunshine, with a group of friends....what could be better?  With views like this...

sunsets like this....

and visitors like this...

.....the craft box I took with me in case of bad weather stayed closed the whole week!

  We arrived home today and I made this Welsh Dragon thank you card for the friends who organised the holiday.
I used red, green and white - the colours of the Welsh flag.

 I would like to enter my card for the following challenges:


  1. Hi Liz, so glad you enjoyed your holiday, your photos are gorgeous, each so different but just as beautiful.
    A great idea to make a Welsh themed card for your friends, I love the jaunty little dragons.
    Jean x

  2. Those little dragons are so sweet! Lovely card, and perfect for your friends. Glad you had a lovely holiday, I'd noticed you hadn't been around for a while

  3. Wonderful photos Liz! And I love your thank you card.


    Di xx

  4. Great photos! Love your thank you card. Especially the dragons.

  5. Glad you had a lovely holiday Liz and great photos too - I adore your close up of the robin - and also what a fantastic thank you card you have made with the dragons and that pretty MB border. We have had holidays in both North and South Wales so in a few weeks we are off to Mid Wales - Llandovery actually, so hope the nice weather hangs about a bit longer. x

    1. Fingers crossed you have good weather. Wales is such a scenic country. x

  6. Glad you have had a lovely week away,there is no better place to be when the weather is kind,we have had many a happy holiday in Wales :)
    Fun thank you card,I am sure they would have been thrilled!
    Nessa xxx

  7. Your photos from your Welsh holiday are jaw droppingly gorgeous. I am so jealous. I really like the thank you card you made. Those little dragons are too cute.


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