Our youngest grand-daughter just turned 3! Cannot believe how quickly those 3 years have passed. Nearby where they all live in the UK is a Wildlife Park, a favorite place for a family day-out. So when it came to making her a card this year the Animal Outing Stamp Set, which I got when attending the Stampin’ UP! demonstrator conference at the beginning of April, was perfect for her birthday card. Continue reading
In 2006 our Best Man got married himself. The wedding was held in a Scottish Castle which had its own private chapel where the service was held. All the guests and the Groom gathered in the gardens and we were led to the chapel by a piper in full Scottish dress. The bride arrived with her own piper a few moments later. I just love the bagpipes (not to everyones’ taste I know) but Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II and I do!
It was a memorable day and each year I send them a card to commemorate their lovely day, this year I chose a rose from the Graceful Garden Stamp Set and the greeting is from the Beautiful Bouquet Stamp Set.
Today I am participating in a blog hop and you will have arrived from Jacqueline Bobeldjik-Schilder’s post. This month’s theme is Spring/Easter. I was really stuck which to choose as we are a week away from Easter and my garden is full of blooming daffodils, tulips and my peach tree is in full blossom!
I could not decide which theme to focus on so as the You’re Inspiring stamp set has daffodils and a ‘Happy Easter’ greeting I am able to cover both! I wonder if my fellow ‘hoppers’ had the same thought? Continue reading
We have had some Christmas and Autumn themed projects recently so time for a little change, I trawled along my stamp shelf and picked out the Fairy Celebration Stamp set, which I have not used nearly enough.
The set has some lovely images just perfect for coloring so I broke out my Watercolor Pencils to make a birthday card for Grand-daughter #3; as her birthday is the day before mine it is an easy one to remember! Continue reading
I have subscribed to Paper Pumpkin since it first started just over 3 years ago. It is a monthly subscription and the whole point of it is that each month we get a SURPRISE! We don’t know ahead of time what will be in the box, we have had cards, calendars, banners, frame art, treat holders – practically anything you can do with paper and ink has been made into a kit. Yep – a kit, everything you need is contained within that orange box that lands in my mailbox around the 18th or 19th of each month. Continue reading