Sunday, 10 November 2013


Good Afternnon Everyone.
It's Remembrance Sunday so I've made a very special card today. For all those who fought for our freedom. Lest we forget.
I have used Delicious Doodles beautiful Poppies digistamp, which I've coloured with Promarkers. I've made a simple background using paper from the Poppy Hill paper set by Raspberry Road, layered onto red card, with some green twine wrapped around.
Also wanted to share this little bit of news:
This story made me cry yesterday, but for good reasons. Who says Facebook is rubbish?! This little snippet was posted on Facebook yesterday morning, and shared and shared, and shared some more. By word of mouth, and Facebook, Harold, God bless him, will now have the send off he deserves. Hundreds of people are now expected to attend his funeral, and pay their respects. RIP Harold. xxx
Fiona xx
Challenges entered: Remembrance Sunday or Thinking of You Remember
PS. Just an update on Harold.....over 500 people turned up to pay their respects and give him a grand farewell. This story has made me all warm inside.


Anonymous said...

Love the artwork on this card, ever so elegant :D Seen on MIM

Wendy McCarthy said...

Hi Fiona! Beautiful card, love the poppy and the green string is a great touch, I spotted it on MIM xx

Ann said...

Such a gorgeous card - saw it on MIM.

Such a sad obituary. I hope many will come to honor him.

Loz said...

Gorgeous card and image. Visiting from MIM..Loz

Barbara said...

A very poignant card I saw on MIM.
PS: many hundred came to honour and respectHarold

Shirley-Anne Barber said...

A beautiful creation . This card , simple in design , holds a powerful sentiment . Well done!
thanks for sharing on Make it Monday

Riette said...

I saw that article on Facebook and so happy he got some honor in the end even if it's only to send a message to those still around.
Great card and love the coloring
Saw it on MIM

Kat said...

Gorgeous card, that image is stunning and beautifully coloured. Thanks for joining us at TG this week.

I read about Harold in our local (Scottish) newspaper. Great that hundreds of people turned out for him.

Kat xx