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Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Tags at Divas by Design

Hi everyone! How are all those of you in the UK enjoying this scorching weather?! I have to say I feel dreadfully guilty if I don't go outside as it is so rare for us to have such lovely weather in the UK! So if I'm kept busy in the house during the day, I at least try to have my lunch outdoors!
Well, we had something else to deal with yesterday in our busy and hectic schedule! Remember my daughter's nasty fall a few weeks back? Well the wound on her shoulder didn't heal quite so good and now she has impetigo! For those of you who don't know, it's a highly contagious surface skin infection which has now spread to her back, chest and underarms. Honestly the poor thing, like she hadn't had enough to deal with! So now she has to have anti biotics 4 times a day and cream 3 times a day and she still hasn't fully healed from the original fall!
So in between all this we had the year 6 leavers meal yesterday and 2 school discos. Today is community day at the high school and tomorrow is the year 6 end of term play. My eldest daughter has announced that she wants cakes making for the school party on friday and I am still lacking in teacher thank you cards!
But next week is my Nephews birthday so I made him a card for my DT contribution over at Divas by design this week where our challenge is to use a tag on your creation or just make a tag.
We are sponsored by Shape EZ who gave us templates to use.
I have used Bazill basics papers for this card, aren't they just the funkiest bright colours?! My tag is the Pedestal tag template from Shape EZ. I have also used a bunch of things from my stash and created some hand cut bunting too.
I love this fabby Haenglar image. I bought this one off a crafty friend as they are no longer available in this country. I am ashamed to say I have so many not even inked and they really are just so adorable, I loved colouring this little man with my prisma pencils.
Do check out what the rest of the team have done for this great challenge!
Thanks for coming by my blog!
Big hugs

17 comments:

coops said...

so stunning Rebekah.really love the colours and fabulous layers and image :D
I hope your daughter is feeling better soon, impetigo is not nice at all.

xx coops xx

Loopylou. said...

eep omg wow!! this is just gorgeou hunny!! and thank you thank you thank you so very much for my stunning card and gift. I cannot tell you how much they have cheered me up as I am feeling pretty miserable today with a virus :(
huge huge squishy hugs Lou xxxxx

Sue B said...

Gosh Rebekah.. your poor daughter is going through a rough patch… I had impetigo as a child on my face… it was horrid… just remember having to use all separate flannels, towels etc.. as it spreads so easily… I really hope it clears up quickly for her and she can enjoy the school holidays!!
Your card is very sweet… what an adorable image… I love the Summery colours and the fab bunting… the tag looks gorgeous!
Hope you manage to get through your hectic week ok!
Take care
Hugs Sue xx

Crea S said...

Poor little thing, hope your daughter recovers soon!
Think it's a beautifull card! Such nice bright colours, great inking-up and the banner is so lovely!
Hugs,
http://littlecreass.blogspot.be/

Pop's Cards said...

Hi sweetie this is gorgeous, hugs Pops x

Sara I. said...

simply a stunner !! love him and the colors you went with - fab papers and the open metal star is just perfect! love this!

hoping your daughter feels better and is back to her old self in no time.

Brenda Brown said...

Bless her cotton socks, your poor daughter is going through the wars at the minute and in this hot weather too. I hope all this subsides very quickly for her.
Love your boy card, brilliant coloring and layering as always.
Take care of you too.
hugs {brenda} x0x

Sandra H said...

Hi Rebekah, My sister had the most beautiful long dark hair and she got t in her head all of her hair had to be shaven off it was so unsightly and painful it cleared but l can understand what your daughter is going through poor little angel l hope it clears pretty quickly for her big hugs helps l'm sending lots! this is an amazing creation your so talented Rebekah xx

A Casa di Ale said...

Ma che bella.....bellissimi i colori belli i decori
Ciao da Ale

Ustvarjalni utrinki Tamara P. said...

So sweet an beautiful card
your colouring is fantastic
hugs Tamara

Teri said...

oh your poor, little girl!! I hope she heals up quite quickly and can forget about all this nasty stuff!! Your card is adorable! I love the banner and of course your coloring just sends me over the moon!!!!
hugs,
Teri

Wendy said...

Oh your poor daughter, hope she feels better soon.
Fantastic boys card Rebekah, love all the gorgeous layers and fab image and colours.
Lacking in teacher thank you cards, I haven't even started yet lol...me thinks I will have to buy some. Sounds like you are us busy there as we are here with all the end of school year things going on ...we saw our year 5 & 6 play tonight, was fantastic, enjoy yours tomorrow.
Thanks so much for my wonderful surprise parcel this morning, so kind of you.
Hugs
Wendy xx

coldwaters2 said...

Hi Rebekah, I am so sorry to hear about your daughter it must be so awful for her, I do hope that the meds work soon
Rebekah this is totally fantastic I am so glad to see an H&S image used, the card design, embellishments and colours look really citrusy, awesome card
hugs
lorraine x

Chris Warner said...

Such a fab card, love the bright colours and the design is beautiful. Hope your daughter recovers soon. Chris xxx

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

Fabulous card for your nephew Rebekah! I hope your daughter's impetigo starts to clear up soon the poor girl! Susan x

McCrafty's Cards said...

Fabulous card Rebekah, my favourite Hangler image, I like the colours the bunting and the star,
Kevin xx

Kelly Neis said...

I will pray for your daughter, she sure needs to heal up after all this time. I wish her well!!
Your card is stunning, I love your coloring and those papers with him are great together. I love it!!
Hugs Kelly