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Sunday, 20 May 2012

May TUSAL

Just a quick post to get my TUSAL in on time!

Here it is posed with my Three-Pages-a-Week calendar and my new book.  Curated by Carol Ann Duffy, it is 60 new poems by 60 different poets each one taking a year from our Queen's reign as their theme.


And here is the latest card in the WOCS Flower of the Month series, sent to Diane as part of the Needlecraft Haven Birthday Exchange.

I've gone for the Assisi effect again this month.  It works well for the white flowers.

It's also Rachael's Birthday today.  She's in the Needlecraft Haven exchange too but I stitched her a different design which was attacked by a frog!  So I can't show that just yet until Rachael has received it.

Finally, don't forget my Yiota Cross Stitch Kits Giveaway, details on the previous post to this one.  I'm really enjoying looking up all your favourite designs.

13 comments:

  1. What a beautiful card. The assissi work looks gorgeous.

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  2. Beautiful card for Diane.
    What a super book of poems.

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  3. Lovely card! It looks fantastic. Now to go have a nosy at your giveaway. ;)

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  4. Lovely card Jo. Nice book too, corny title though ;)

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  5. That's a very pretty card, well done.

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  6. That's a very pretty card, well done.

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  7. The card looks stunning. Well done!

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  8. And yet another awesome card! :D Love it.

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  9. What a beautiful job on the card!

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  10. Such a lovely card!! =)
    Hugs&smiles

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  11. Your card is gorgeous!the assisi style works a treat on this design

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  12. Another beautiful card! And I love the saying on the pattern in your TUSAL photo (DDad used to say that all the time!)

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