Do you remember the little indians dancing around Tiger Lily in the Peter Pan Movie. Well my Tiger Lilies just pooped out. They put on buds but then when horizontal. I ended up clipping them just to keep the mowers from eating the patch.
So while they were fresh …out came the crafting bug and I copied them to perfection. Well maybe not perfection but they did turn out . My DnL was on her way to visit family, way up North, and with her mother having a birthday coming up and having a few health issues I just wanted to send her something to cheer her up. I hope this did it.
Comments on: "Tiger Lily Dance" (17)
Those turned out just like the real thing!! Our tiger lilies are still waiting to bloom.
Mine must not get enough direct sun. They were flat as are the crocosmia.
that is beautiful!!! Mine are drooping too!
So are my crocosmia???
I think your are tiger lilies. . .same as mine.
I hope you are doing well Beverly
Thank you. Lately I find myself tired. Probably the heat and I am missing my husband an awfully lot as the 2 yr. anniversary nears.
I want to let you know even as I’m at a retreat and have this short down time I am praying for you
Thank you. Hope the retreat is going well and every one is refreshed and ready to go.
Also..Thanks for the follow. I am not very good at this but keep trying.
You’re welcome! Thank you for you well wishes for the retreat!
Ohhhh Beverly!!! Those flowers on the card are INCREDIBLE!!!
What a joyous card to receive. I bet she gasped with delight when she received it.
You really are great at making those flowers now. I really think that these cards would sell if you opened an Etsy store. By selling on-line, you’d reach more people and so they’d see your designs and get used to seeing you around, and they’d begin to feel more inclined to buy from you. It might take a short while for things to take off, but once they do, you’ll find people buying eagerly.
Perhaps you could just sell to the USA and that would reduce postal charges and keep it more local to you.
It’s a truly incredible card, from an incredible, beautiful woman.
Love you oodles ~ Cobs. xxx
Well thank you Mrs. Cob. Of course the real talent goes to Susan and ECD for making these dies available . I am still learning how to color them but it is fun..
How did you make your card? I agree with all the comments above: it is beautiful! Hurrah for the inspiration of those tiger lilies. Glad you picked them before they were mowed down…
thank you. I have wonderful dies from Elizabeth Craft Design that are designed by Susan Teirney Cockbern. It takes practice but eventualy practice pays off….like playing mucsic.