Thursday, 13 March 2014

March is birthday month around here!

It's March already?  I don't know about your family but in mine and Ians everyone seems to be born in March!  I'm not so there will be no birthday cake for me but, it means I get to make birthday cards galore!

Here is the first one, for Ians nephew Adam.  He turned eleven and is just getting to that stage when everything is 'rubbish'  Hopefully he didn't think his card was..the birthday money inside probably interested him more!

The digital stamp is one of mine Bot- Fire Away but you wont have seen the backing papers before.  They are from a new collection I have just finished. Wash It All Away  My Design Team haven't even had them yet so this is a very early sneaky peek! You should see them on the website later in the year.

Before this collection is out I have a few other downloads to share with you maybe I'll tell you more about them in my next post..  what a tease!

Right, I have to get back to my designing, and I think I might have a few more March birthday cards to make.

Speak again soon,
Anice x


  1. Sounds like March is a very busy month for you for birthdays.What a sneaky peek you've given us of these fab papers.Mind you,you are the boss..... Love the use of bot.coloured beautifully.I bet your nephew will love this.Hugs Debbie x

    1. Hehe! I know it's a very early peek. The truth is I had printed them out to check how they looked and then needed to make the card! Didn't want to waste them. Thanks for your kind comments about my colouring, still practising but getting better I think. Anice xx

  2. Hi Anice. Hope you are OK. Great card, especially as this is such a tough age to make cards for. Just had a preliminary browse at all the lovely things on the website. I'll be back! x

    1. Thank you for your kind comments about this card Melissa. It is a difficult age to make for. Glad that you saw things that you liked over on the website. I look forward to serving you :)
      Anice xx

  3. Yes great card and hope the nephew did comment on it but not by saying "rubbish". I do find male cards more difficult to make. :)


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