Friday, May 28, 2010

Five O'clock Tea

Today is my birthday, my husband took me to 57th street last night for my favorite Angelo Coal Oven Pizza, Angelo has my favorite seafood pasta, it is the second best seafood pasta I ever had, my top favorite is Scoma at San Francisco's Fisherman Whaft.

After dinner, we went to Winter Garden at Times Square for one of my favorite Broadway Musical Mama Mia. When we took a stroll after the musical at Times Square, I told my husband, "Next time when we come to Times Square, we will be visitors and not local!" I have mixed feelings right now, excited about our move to Las Vegas in less than a week's time, but yet sad feeling about leaving Manhattan, it is a place I love so dearly.

I finally have some time yesterday morning, putting off the packing aside, I made 4 cards and will post them one at a time the next few days.

Oh boy, I missed taking part in challenges.

This is the first time I use a printed image, it is a vintage picture that says "Five O'clock Tea"


Buttons and Carnival Tickets are vintage supplies from my Etsy shop "Afternoon Tea"




Do pop over to The Shabby Tea Room and join in the fun

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11 comments:

sweet craf-tea chick said...

what a lovely card, kirsty! love the colors, they are so soft and dreamy. love the trim and the button and the stitching. thanks for sharing :)! happy birthday! best wishes as you move to vegas. have a great friday and weekend! *hugs* steph :)

Lynnda Hosni said...

as usual... Kirsty, your card is always nice .. i love the stitches on the card(dying to get a sewing machine!).. and the DP... great colors too... LOve it..xx

Ros said...

Happy Birthday Kirsty!! Such a pretty card....
Thank you for the goodies! I got home late last night and couldn't wait to open my package... Missed you all x

Debbie said...

Soch soft colors and such a sweet vintage image! So glad you took a break from packing to play along with us this week, Kirsty! Good luck with the move and I hope to see you soon in the Tea Room when you get all settled :)

Cheryl Nelson said...

This is so sweet and lovely! LOVE that vintage image!

koralee said...

Happy Birthday sweet one!!!! I wish I could of made YOU a birthday card...hugs for a great day...May is such a lovely time for a Birthday!!!! ...mine is coming up before the end of the month too. xoxoxox

Linda Robinson said...

Happy Birthday!!! Sounds like you had a wonderful time! This is gorgeous.. I love it, You know I love that sewing.. and those soft blues look fab.

Jane Wetzel said...

Happy Birthday! Sending you many blessings for another year! Seriously...this card is just Stunning! wow wow wow! I LOVE IT...

Heather Jensen said...

Such a pretty card Kirsty! Love that image and the sentiment is perfect fot that challenge. :)
Happy Birthday!!

bestamped said...

Happy belated Birthday, Kirsty!! What an amazing card!! Love the colors and the vintage feel! Really breathtaking! Good luck with your move :)

Audrey Pettit said...

This is gorgeous! So soft and pretty! Love that vintage image and love the ticket and all the detail here. Thanks for playing along with us at TSTR, and good luck on your move.