Monday, 3 December 2007

This is my 100th blog post!

I suppose I should be doing something special but I have just been so busy recently I haven't had a chance to think of anything exciting! Maybe I'll come up with something for the 200th!

One exciting thing I have done today though is make cards! Wow!..I hear you say isn't that what you do? But recently all my cards have been business related, I haven't made cards for an occasion. So today I got to make my first Christmas cards and a Birthday card for Ian's brother who lives over in the US. Even though I have made cards they unfortunately have had to be made faster than the speed of light so they are pretty simple.
Here are a couple colour ways of this years Christmas cards. The card has been printed onto directly from one of my papers from my CD 'Yule Be Funky' and I threw the topper together on photoshop in about five mins flat!

The birthday card has the same basic theme (I'm embarrassed to admit!) I printed one of my papers from 'V Funky' straight on to card and made the card base and then added a 'BRO' topper from the same CD. A simple Happy Birthday stamp by Penny Black and it was all finished.

I'm hoping to be able to get back to making more cards and joining in with a few more challenges soon.. but with my next TV appearance looming I think that might be a bit of a dream.. Oh well no rest for the wicked!!!


  1. I'm sure you were pleased to be able to have some time to yourself to make these lovely cards.

  2. They're very effective. I love the lilac Xmas one! fantastic papers too... I had to duplicate the same card several times as I'm so behind with my Christams cards too!!! Looking forward to your next show too.

    Love x

  3. Gorgeous cards ,i carnt wait to see you on the telly again ,Dawnx

  4. Tip Top6:11 pm

    Nice and simple!! Lovely!

  5. Gorgeous cards with gorgeous papers ,
    good luck for your next show ,carn't wait to see it ,Dawnx


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