Hi all, thanks for dropping by. I'm making up for my erratic blogging by posting a few cards today, so be prepared for a long post!
The first card uses two SU stamp sets - Petite Petals (my current favourite) and Sassy Salutations. I chose three pastel shades of ink - Blushing Bride, Crumb Cake and Pistachio Pudding, scored two lines to create a panel across the middle and a added a few gems.
The next card uses the Fresh Prints DSP stack, along with Petite Petals, Flower Shop and Teeny Tiny Sentiments. My favourite colour scheme at the moment is Crumb Cake, Coastal Cabana and Whisper White.
Another card using the Fresh Prints DSP Stack, this time teamed with Crumb Cake and Real Red. And of course, Petite Petals.
The next card is similar to the one I made for Mark's birthday back in January. I used Smoky Slate, Real Red and Whisper White again, as well as Gorgeous Grunge, Simply Stars and Sassy Salutations.
The next two cards are from my card swap group. The first one is from the lovely Sue, and the challenge was to use red, orange and yellow. The card is amazing - I really lovely all the different flower images and there is so much dimension on the card. It really is fab. I was so impressed because the insert has been decorated and the envelope too - such attention to detail.
The next card was made by the equally lovely Jane, using one of her favourite stamps. The brief for this card was to use embossing and Jane has used a new embossing folder, which I think will become a firm favourite of hers. I love the colours she has chosen. A beautiful card.
Needless to say, I have yet to make my card for this month's swap, but hopefully that will be remedied soon!
I have been a little bit busy recently. Mark and I have taken Emily to two University interviews in the last two weeks, and we are so thrilled that she has been offered a place at both Universities, in fact she was offered a place mid-interview at Worcester on Wednesday. It has been a massive boost to her confidence, especially as she had convinced herself that no one would want her. After a really tough three and half years, it's so great to see her dream of being a teacher getting closer to becoming a reality.
That's it from me now. Have a great weekend.