The Library Card: Book 2!

Hello friends!

Are you coloring along with The Daily Marker 30 day?
I am loving what I'm seeing so far!
There are 28 days in February
so 28 days of fun and creativity!

This is my 2nd post for the 52 books of The Library Card!
It's a series I started this year combining my love of books with cards,
hence the name :)

With a minor in English Lit, we often listened to and study a lot of Shakespeare!
I often reminisce about the discussions and readings
and even a few reenactments!
Of course, I've also seen it as a stage production :)

Book 2! 

Much Ado About Nothing 
by William Shakespeare

 Book Cover: 

My card:


 Much Ado About Nothing book synopsis:

 Don Pedro and his men return after a war to stay at Leonato’s house. Benedick continues a prickly relationship with Leonato’s niece, Beatrice. Both solemnly declare they will never marry. Claudio falls in love with Hero, Leonato’s daughter. Don Pedro agrees to woo Hero for Claudio, at a reception that evening. Don John, Pedro’s bastard brother, plots with his two men, Borachio and Conrade to do some wickedness.

At the party, Claudio is told by Don John that Pedro is wooing for himself, but Claudio soon learns that this is not so, and that Hero is his. Further antagonism between Beatrice and Benedick leads Pedro and the others to trick them into falling in love with each other. Leonato, Claudio and Don Pedro let Benedick overhear them speak of how much Beatrice loves him. Later, Hero and Maria let Beatrice overhear their talk about how much Benedick loves her. Both Benedick and Beatrice find they have feelings for each other, and appear love-struck to their friends. Meanwhile, Don John arranges for Borachio to woo Hero’s maid, Margaret, at Hero’s window. He informs Pedro and Claudio that Hero is going to be unfaithful that night, and arranges with them to be present. They see Borachio calling Margaret ‘Hero’, and are taken in.

The Watch, led by Dogberry and Verges, prepare to carry out their evening duties. Borachio is overheard telling Conrade about the plot, and they are arrested. Dogberry and Verges begin an interrogation, but the time of the wedding arrives before they can reach any conclusions. There, Claudio and Pedro reveal the ‘truth’ about Hero. She faints, and they leave. Don John flees the estate. Leonato harangues Hero, while she protests her innocence. The priest supports her, and suggests they pretend she has died until the truth is discovered. Beatrice and Benedick declare their feelings for each other, and Beatrice makes Benedick vow to kill Claudio for shaming Hero.

Leonato and Antonio offer to fight with Claudio, then learn the truth from the Watch. Dogberry and Verges bring Borachio and Conrade to confess before Claudio and Pedro, and Claudio begs forgiveness. Leonato demands that Claudio mourns Hero, and in recompense marries his brother’s daughter—who happens to look exactly like Hero. Claudio agrees, and at the ceremony encounters the real Hero when she is unveiled. Beatrice and Benedick stop denying each other and agree to be married. As they are all about to dance, they receive news of Don John’s capture.

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 My favorite quote: 
  “I do love nothing in the world so well as you—is not that strange?” 
~ Shakespeare (Act IV, scene i)

 It was fun to have another book in The Library Card shelf! :)

I'll add this card to my 4th day of coloring 
with The Daily Marker Coloring Challenge for Day 4!

Thanks for stopping by today!
There will be more books to 'check out!'

Big hugs, bigger blessings ♥

I'll enter this into:  The Paper Players - Love is in the Air
Papercraft Challenge - Something New (this stamp set!)


  1. Love the card love the story. You are so creative.

  2. Absolutely adorable card!! I love the sweet angels and bears!! The design is fabulous!! Have a great evening!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  3. This is SO CUTE, Kelly! LOVE the little cherubs & the blocks of color! INKY HUGS for your sweet visit & I'm glad you too are playing along with Kathy! ;)

  4. Very cute Kelly, love the little adorable images and design.xx

  5. this is sweet and beautiful Kelly
    Gr Karin

  6. A gorgeous card Kelly - and thanks for the synopsis :) That's not a Shakespearean play I have read

  7. Your card is adorable.
    xxx Margreet

  8. Kelly - cute CUTE card! Fun to read about the book, too. Your series is awesome!

  9. What a great challenge this is for you - you little book worm!! This is so cute! Teddy bears, cherubs and love!

  10. Awww.... Adorable card!! So bright and sweet!! LOVE it!

  11. Your card is so so sweet!! Love the bright pink panels!! Thanks for sharing!! :) HUGS

  12. Sweet card and that Shakespeare quote makes me smile.

  13. A super cute card and love the sweet images Kelly. Big hugs and blessings, Carol S.xxxx

  14. This is one of the Shakespearean plays I have never read!! Guess I need to add it to my need to read list! Sounds delightful just like your sweet Valentine!!

  15. This card is adorable! I love the stitching and the adorable cupids! So much fun and love your Shakespeare reference! Thank you for joining The Paper Players this week! XX

  16. What a clever way to combine your 2 loves Kelly - your card is so sweet, I love those cupids! Thanks for playing along with my love-themed challenge over at The Paper Players this week!

  17. Stunning card--so sweet!