More Beautiful Cards!

I’m sharing another selection of the wonderful cards I received on my retirement.  This post features twenty more different cards!
Julie Staves has used the new extra large Woodware sunflower for this stunner!
Ink and salt crystals create a cool background:

Gill and Mair have both created travel themed cards. Gill has used her favourite Sakura glaze pens to colour the stained glass hot air balloon, and Mair has created a tranquil scene with dies and stamps.
Who ever created this card club panel card forgot to sign it!
If you created this lovely card please do let me know!
Janice Kempster used the die from the Die Cutting Essentials magazine to create this really pretty card. My name is revealed down the centre when the card is open.
Jenny Williams used one of my favourite Woodware stamps to create this bee themed card. Very appropriate as we first met at Busy Bees nursery when Jenny was key worker for both my daughters!
Sallie Henson has also used a Woodware stamp and created this beautiful card:
The flowers have been coloured with her favourite zig pens.
I hope this photo shows the wonderful layering and dimension Sallie has achieved:
Pauline Plant and  Barbara Francis created these two gorgeous cards:
Pauline has used her free Dreamweaver mesh to create the background:
Barbara must have had heaps of patience to inlaid all these pieces!
Yvonne  Hurrel and Jeanette Thompson both created on trend Impossible cards!
Yvonne has used a lovely mix of bee inspired papers and stamps for her card:
Jeanette has added a rabbit to her card in memory of my beloved house bunny, Topsy.
Sarah Blossom’s card features a pretty planter of spring bulbs. I’m looking forward to tackling my garden now I have some time! Marilyn Cassford’s design has a lovely ink blended background with striking die cut flowers.
Lynn Thomas has also used her Creative Stamping magazine (Vintage Springtime) to create this lovely stepped card.  Such pretty soft colours.
All the cards are now on display in my lounge, and are a fabulous testimony to the creativity and generosity of our local crafters. Thank you so much everyone. I still have more to share!

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