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9 Apr 2022

DT CARDS PLUS MORE

 Hi, today I am sharing with you 3 DT cards and an extra one
My first card is for our new challenge at ALLSORTS the theme for the next two weeks is
MASCULINE
I have used a digi image from Dr Digi called Dunderton Rugby, coloured with markers I added a stamped sentiment
We have 2 prizes from Craft Stash 




My second DT card is for our Facebook Challenge at KERST/CHRISTMAS and features a digi from ALL DRESSED UP called Christmas Pet I have coloured with markers added some gold snow flakes, the papers are from my stash 

My third DT card features one of the new releases from ALL DRESSED UP called HAPPY EASTER
I have coloured her with markers, the papers are Bearly Mine (n/a) I added a double bow and flowers.
I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:


My final card features one of the new digi images from Di's Digital Shop the one is called LADYBUG FRIEND 
The papers are from Bearly Mine (n/a) I added a butterfly, pearls and flowers.
I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:


I would like to apologise for my tardiness at posting my cards late but I am still struggling with the loss of my mum, I have had a bad week and I know that there are many more to come.
I do know I will never be the same without her, she is in my thoughts 24/7 I am talking to her all the time, as I suffer with depression my mind is having some bad thoughts although that is nothing new, my mum used to always be so supportive and understanding as she also suffered with depression on and off throughout her life.
I am going to be moving all my craft stuff over the next couple of weeks to my mums room that I have decorated and I know I will feel closer to her.
I will be trying to visit you all to leave you some love as you have done for me, I feel selfish at not replying to your wonderful comments I know that there are many of you that feel or have felt the same as me 
See you soon 
hugs
Lolo x

31 comments:

Chris said...

Your cards are beautiful Lorraine- a lovely variety of images and styles, all gorgeous. Keep your chin up- it WILL get easier as time passes, I know it's trite but it's true. Take care, hugs xx

Margreet said...

What a great variety of cards you are showing us, Lorraine.
Dr Digi's Dunderton brings a smile on my face. He's so funny.
The Christmas card is a real cutie, as is the bunny girl.
The dog is fab too with his pot of flowers.
I totally understand that you are missing your mother as you saw her nearly every day. And you have been so caring for her. Hope blogging can help you with your depression too. Take good care of yourself!!
xxx Margreet

Sarn said...

A lovely collection of sweet cards on this post.

Sorry to hear you've struggled this week. I wish you luck with the craft room move and feeling closer to your dear Mum. xxx

Darlene said...

WOW! You've been busy! What a fabulous collection of cards! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Four Seasons Challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back again soon.

Darlene
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Jane Savage said...

What a gorgeous set of cards, Lorraine! Stay strong, I'm sure your mum is still with you in spirit! Gentle hugs xx

Sue said...

What a stunning array of cards Lolo..it's hard when you lose a parent I was devastated when I lost my Dad he was only 62 and I felt robbed..but as Chris said it might sound trite but it does get easier..hang in there my friend lots of hugs Sue xx

Ellibelle said...

So many wonderful cards, Lorraine! Your masculine card is perfect in every way with that fun image and the other cards are just so sweet with those darling image and beautifully colored too!
I totally understand you missing your mom and having a hard time with it. Some days may be better some days may be worse, but may you find peace knowing that she will be with you always in your heart.
Hugs,
Ellie

KraftyKoolKat said...

A gorgeous array of cards sweetie. I love them all but especially the last one. Please keep yourself well, your Mum wouldn't want you to make yourself poorly. I do understand your grief, it will get easier with time. It might not seem so at the moment. I am praying for you and sending you a big gentle hug.
Hugs
Cathy
🛐😘🤗

brenda said...

What a super bumper post Lorraine, each card so beautifully presented and finished and hard to pick a favourite, if I had to I think it would be the Easter card for the colours.

I do hope when you get everything moved to your Mum's room you will feel more settled, as I said to you before, I think she would be absolutely thrilled to know you were going to use it for crafting. She was so encouraging of everything you created and what she would have wanted.

B x

Lorraine said...

A fabulous selection of cards Lorraine - all gorgeous. Good luck moving your craft room, a lovely idea to help you feel closer to your mum.
Lorraine x

Rainey's Craft Room said...

A full post, bursting with creativeness Lorraine. Lovely cards and designs but please don't feel the need to put pressure on yourself to post or meet deadlines too strictly. This hobby is supposed to be our happy place and you need to let yourself enjoy things and let yourself grieve and heal.
Lorraine

Linby said...

Wonderful cards. I'm sorry you are struggling, I know it's difficult and it can take you unawares. If you are a bookworm then a book I am reading at the moment might help "Why Has Nobody told Me This Before? Dr Julie Smith.

Pauline C said...

Wow Lorraine you have been busy .. these are all fantastic cards with such gorgeous colouring and fab use of digis .. I’m pretty useless with digis but you have them nailed. !,
Sorry you have had a bad week .. grief isn’t a linear process, it has its ups and downs so don’t feel bad.. there are no correct timelines for going through it, and no 2 people are exactly the same in how they feel. I hope crafting in your mum’s room might help you with some positive inspiration through feeling close to her. Take care .. the fact you e made 4 such lovely cards is a great sign 😀
Pauline xx

HilaryJane said...

Your cards today are fabulous, so you clearly haven't lost your creative streak in all the trauma of the last few weeks and months. I particularly like the first one. Please don't feel selfish, there is no need, you can only do a certain amount and looking after yourself has to come first. I hope the process of moving your craft room proves to be a positive one. Love the new blog look too xx

bolletjelucky.blogspot.com said...

You are showing beautiful cards here Lorraine. I love the way you've colored and decorated them. I hope you will find a way to cope with your loss. It takes time.
Take care. Greetings Miranda

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

A lot of fabulous cards, Lorraine, you have been busy! The masculine slimline looks so fun, and love the cuteness of the other cards!
I'm very sorry to hear about your depression, at this particular sad moment it's normal, but hope you could find some help by crafting and good friends.
Enjoy your grandsons if you can, they are really fabulous to give joy and peace in our souls.
Sending prayers and hugs on your way
Alice xx

Chrissy said...

Your football card is soo fun and perfect for any male..love the cute Christmas image and that little girl with bunny ears is adorable and then we have that gorgeous sweet puppy holding his pot of crocus all coloured beautifully Lorraine..Depression is a lonely time as a lot do not understand, I think we all have a tiny bit inside ourselves but after a loss it can be really hard..you will be strong and being in your Mum's room will give you the strength and I find craft can be a life saver on down days, chin up, you have a lot of friends out here in blogland, just talk when you need to..

lot of love CHRISSYxx

Vee Cassidy said...

You have given us a gorgeous group of creations, all beautifully coloured. Don't worry too much about the comments I am sure I am not the only person who is just glad you are managing to blog. Be kind to yourself. Vee xx

KarinsArtScrap said...

fabulous and great / gorgeous cards Lorraine, and thank you
Gr Karin

Lee said...

I love all your cards Lorraine,and your colouring is so amazing.Thinking of you every day.My mum is not good so I have all of it to come.Take time,don't feel you have to please other people.You are important and much loved so take it easy on yourself.Hugs xxx

crafty-stamper said...

Gorgeous selection of cards Lorraine and love your new look blog.Don't apologise about lack of commenting-we will all still be here(fingers crossed) when you are up to it.
Carol x

Wendy L said...

All super cards, xx

Stampsnob. said...

The football OMG he is so proud of himself

The children are so cute especially the bunny ears
I really like the bottom one Beautiful lay out and color .....Lis

Vesna M. said...

Beautiful card, sweet image and fab colors. Love the butterfly and pearls. Thanks for sharing with us at 613 Avenue Create. DT Vesna

Jane said...

Super card design, love your sweet little dog clutching his purple tulips. Thanks for playing at AAA Birthday, hope to see you join in with future challenges too. Stay safe and keep crafting!

Doris Klein said...

What a fab make! Nice colours, too! Love the colour combo

Thanks for playing along with our Challenge at Critter Crazy and good luck!

Hugs and please come back soon!
Doris
Kleido’s BastelStüble
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Pat said...

What a beautiful collection of cards Lorraine, so sorry you have had a bad week, hope things get a little easier for you when you have moved into your new craft room. Take care.

Pat xx

*Vicki* said...

Hello dear Lorraine! WOW!! All of your cards are top notch and so beautifully done here my friend! LOVE those very sweet ADU images and you do such a beautiful job at coloring each image and they're all beautifully finished off too! I love your inspiration! Please don't feel bad about leaving comments as I've had a few struggles myself and it's hard to have your own struggles going on with trying to feel cheerful in reciprocating with someone. Please take care as time passes and know that your mum would want you to carry on and enjoy life! Sending hugs

Jackie C said...

Beautiful collection, hugs to you xx
So glad you have posted this to us at 613 Avenue Create.
Please come back again!
The best of luck with your entry.
Jackie, DT member at 613 xx

Granmargaret said...

Lovely cards I especially like the last one. My favourite colour. Thank you for joining the critter crazy challenge. Hope to see you next time
I am sorry for your loss. Hope crafting helps you. My daughter and grand daughters suffer with depression and I know how hard it can be. Sending hugs and best wishes.

Faith A at Daffodil Cards said...

Hello Lorraine, I'm so sorry to hear of your Mum's passing, it's very hard to deal with I know, time WILL heal, not that you think it at the moment, you can't forget her, but the pain will get easier I promise you.

Your cards are just wonderful, love your colouring and designs. I'm here for our challenge card, which is an absolute delight, so many lovely details, a happy card. Congratulations on being chosen as Granmargaret's Favourite card. I have corrected the details and you will now see your link with your name. Thank you so much for joining us in our challenge at Critter Crazy Challenge this week. Good Luck and I’m looking forward to seeing you again in our next challenge.
Faith A DT

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