Thursday, 24 September 2015


Tuesday was the 15th anniversary of being together with Roy. There were times earlier this year when I really didn't think we'd be celebrating.

As he has always been keen on owls and has quite a collection of them (nor real or stuffed ones!) I thought this stamp, which was free with Creative Stamping magazine, would make a perfect anniversary card for him. I inked it with walnut stain distress ink and pulled the colour out with a water brush, then fussy cut round it. The heart was cut out of some paper from a Simon Says Stamp monthly kit. The little red hearts were punched out of snippets of red glimmer paper using appropriately the SU owl punch! 

I am going to take it across to the Playground to see if I can get a go on the swings! 


  1. Woot woot . . . lovely anniversary card . . . so glad you got to celebrate it after all.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

  2. What a fabulous image and a brilliant card, Happy Anniversary to you both.

    Kath x

  3. A gorgeous card and love the Owls. A double celebration for you both Sue. Hugs, Carol S.xx

  4. Fabulous image - a super card to celebrate your anniversary. xx

  5. Love this, and I love owls too...

  6. Congratulations on the anniversary and what an adorable image and a lovely card too! So pleased that Roy is coming along fine - scary times there for you!


    Di xx

  7. Happy Anniversary Sue. I'm so glad you have him to celebrate with. Hope he is still improving. These owls give new meaning to the term "love birds". Great job.

  8. Such a sweet card and the Owls look fabulous:)

  9. This is a sweet anniversary card! I'm so glad you and Roy are able to celebrate your anniversary this year!

  10. How wonderful is this image for an anniversary card for a husband who loves owls!! I love it, Sue, and I bet Roy loved it, too! It's wonderful that you were able to celebrate after the rocky year this has been for Roy's health! Your story is another reminder of how precious every minute of life is! Hugs, Darnell


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