Saturday, 13 September 2014

Quick Photo Card - Culzean Castle

Evening Everyone,

I hope this finds you well and enjoying the weekend. We're having an Indian Summer here, and lovely it is too ... long may it last :)

After a prolonged period of just not getting my crafting head on, I've suddenly realised that I have three birthdays coming up on the 16th ... yes, three all on the same day! So I've knuckled down and made a start with the cardmaking. First up is one for my lovely uncle Emrys, it's his 83rd birthday.
It couldn't have been simpler to make this card. I take a great many photos on our trips out, always with the intention of doing something with them that is, rather than leaving them tucked away on my PC. So, finally, I printed off this photo of Culzean Castle, it's one that I took last September so I thought it appropriate for this particular card. I've kept it very simple - maybe too simple - but hopefully uncle will like it. The photo is matted on to white, blue and black cardstock to frame it. A birthday greeting is stamped inside - forgot to take a photo of that.

Right, better get on with card #2.

Hope you have a super Sunday.

Happy Crafting


Jacee said...

How lovely Elizabeth, what a beautiful view.
Hugs Jacee
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Jean said...

Lovely card Elizabeth, such a super photo perfectly framed with the white blue and black layers.
Jean x

Rita said...

Stunning picture of Culzean Castle. I'm sure your uncle will love it too. Hugs Rita xxx

Jackie said...

Not too simple at all, it let's the beautiful photograph speak for itself :o)
Jackie xx

scrappymo! said...

What a gorgeous castle. Your photo is stunning!

Jenny L said...

Hi Elizabeth,
what a fabulous card.
Love that picture of the castle.
Superb matting on this lovely creation.
I must admit there are some lovely
castles in Scotland.
I remember when we visited Dun Robin Castle, in Sutherland it was soooo! pretty and the views from the windows on super gardens.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Sarn said...

GREAT picture . . .certainly worth making into a lovely card.

Hugs, Sarn xxx

Sandra H said...

Elizabeth this is so lovely x