Just popping in to have a quick catch-up from the last few weeks. Since I last posted, I have been working hard to get Emily's birthday album finished, and I am pleased to report that it is finally finished. After a 12 hour crop on Saturday, I breathed a massive sigh of relief on Sunday lunchtime when I finished the final page.
Instead of one album, it ended up that I had to have two. I made 80 pages in total and they wouldn't fit into one book. I'm really proud of the work I have done and I hope Emily likes it. I will post some photos in the coming weeks when everything has calmed down.
Card making has taken a bit of a back seat over the last few months (as has blogging!). I'm looking forward to some relaxed card making time coming soon - especially as there is a new Stampin' Up catalogue going live in the next few weeks and I will definitely want to have a play with some of the lovely new products.
Anyway today I am sharing a selection of things that I have made over the last month. The first being an anniversary card. I actually had three anniversaries to make cards for in May, so I cheated and made three of the same design!
I used the Bloomin' Marvellous set from the SAB promotion, as well as A Word For You. The colours are Wisteria Wonder, Calypso Carol and Lucky Limeade.
This next card was made for my neighbours' daughter, using some polka dot paper and Martha Stewart glitter. A little bit of scoring and some Nestabilities completes the card.
And the final card is the one I made for my dad for Father's Day. I used the Clockworks set with Always Artichoke, Crumb Cake and Early Espresso ink, on a Kraft card. A little bit of Washi tape and natural twine, as well as the Teeny Tiny Sentiments. It was a bit of a different look for me - I find masculine cards quite difficult - but my dad liked it.
And the final thing I'd like to share is a little crocheted cherry brooch that I made for a friend who is getting married soon. It's for her bridesmaid who is called Cherry! I was rather pleased with it and may have to make some more.
So apart from a spell of illness last week, and Edward getting hit in the head with a tennis racquet (nice golf ball sized lump!) life ticks on. I still haven't made Emily's card - she hinted at a pop-up Hogwarts card - nothing like a challenge. Hopefully I will be back soon to share some quick cards that I made a few weeks ago from a kit. Until then, take care and thanks fro dropping by.