Many apologies for my late post again, struck down with the this dreaded virus thats doing the rounds, its the third time this winter but thankfully not as bad as before.
Add Some Humour is the challenge this fortnight at the International Art and Soul blog until 31st March. I was asked by my OH to create a card for a friend of his, Roy, who was celebrating his eightieth birthday.
I have seen these scrabble style cards on Pinterest and thought I'd have a go. I sent off for some proper scrabble letters but due to the snow they arrived far to late for me to work with them. I managed to find a scrabble style font to use and created the wording myself, lucky for me the lettering fell just right.
Some stars to finish off. I know he was pleased with it as I was.
- Jennie - The Crafty Wife
- Boz Towers, Essex, United Kingdom
- I'm a Red Hat Society member with a love of crafting of all sorts. A very proud mum to four fabulous children and Nan to six gorgeous grandchildren. I started work as a milliner and now have an abiding love of scrapbooking and card making.
The lovely people that drop by ~ thank you.
Sunday, 4 March 2018
Challenge No. 28 has started on the International Art and Soul blog today Sunday 4th March. We would love you to join in with us and create a project using embossing and die cutting.
I started by using a buttons embossing folder on half of the card that I picked up at Ally Pally a couple of years ago. I dusted over the base with an Encore Ultimate Metallic ink pad in pink. It came out a lot darker than I expected but as I had buttons that were of a similar shade I carried on.
The sentiment came from a card created by a good friend of mine, Tammy Davidson of Highland Made cards. I cut the sentiment out with the centre dies of a Spellbinders Intertwined Spirals. The purple lilac card was almost a match.
Please come and join us at International Art and Soul with your creations. Everyone can join in on this just for fun challenge and we would love to see our young crafters too.
Please let me know you've been, lots of you pass by but sadly I have no idea who you are, I'm always happy to come and visit.