The Leaves of the Trees Printable Card
made with “A Nice Cup of Tea”
Cards by Carol
This Tree Mat is included as a Bonus in
The Leaves of the Trees
…and the second part of A Nice Cup of Tea…
This is such a beautiful kit!! Right up my alley–thanks soooo much. kern
Glad you like it, kern!
Thanks so much for freebies what a clever idea offering Memorial and Bible Study Invitations I wish I had thought of Something like that, Diane
Hi Diane! You are most welcome! Do you have a blog or website? It’s never too late to start 🙂
Email me if you need any assistance, and I’ll certainly help if I can.
i don’t know if when i leave a thank you on 4-Shared if you actually are able to get back in there and read them – i remember one digi-designer said it was hard to go back and read the messages from there, so i thought i’d pop back here and thank you again for the wonderful “A Nice Cup of Tea” kit – it is certainly a beautifully designed kit, and it makes me nostalgic for some dear friends with whom i used to have “a nice cup of tea” and a grand chat over the cups of tea…and, thank you also for the card and the extra mat.
You are at the top of my list of designers because of the beauty and quality of the work you do in your designs. So, just in case you don’t get my messages on 4-Shared, thanks bunches!
Jayleigh, I’m thrilled you did pop back! It’s lovely when people take the time to leave a comment on 4Shared, don’t get me wrong, but I really, really appreciate all the comments here where I can answer them 🙂
I did spot your TY on 4Shared and I felt a little disappointed that you were outside the “Dialogue Zone”. So imagine my delight when you posted this gorgeous comment!
Thank you – stunning as always – the papers are gorgeous especially paper 7 which is really special!
I had to go check which one was “paper 7” in the end! Did you notice that this pattern is the background for the latest card at Cards by Carol, dawn?
I love Cicely Barker’s Flower Fairies, and this little girl reminds me of them! The papers look wonderful too, thank you.
I’ve taken a few liberties with the artist’s original, which is called Buttercup, but I’m sure she would’t mind!
What a besutiful kit. That plate looks like it’s from Royal Copenhagen?? VERY, VERY expensive china, as it’s hand painted.
Thank you so much!
Yes, that’s right Kirsten. It’s labelled Flora Danica, which is part of the Royal Copenhagen range. There are a few more pieces in Gunhild’s Vintage Plate collection. (See sidebar for link.)
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