Monday, 15 August 2011

Happy Birthday Dear M

Good Evening Crafters

How are you tonight?

Today is my dear Friend's Daughter's Birthday and she is having the holiday of a 9 year old's lifetime so I cannot give her a hug! :-(

I did manage to get her card and pressie to her so that she could open it today.  It was a ***** and some ******! You don't think I am going to tell you do you?  She  might not have had them yet as they are a few hours behind!!

Here is the card I made for her anyway!!  I did not post it before as I did not want her Mum to see it!!

It is er, very orange!  Bear in mind, will you, that I actually wanted to make a turquoise/aqua one!!  I could not make a pinkey /purpley card as Mummy had made one in those colours for her whilst she was up here having a Craft Day in my room.  So I sat in the garden a few Sundays ago keeping an eye on the Chooks whilst they were roaming free with my tin of stamp prints and my bag of Copics (not many but the collection is building nicely!).  I knew this stamped image was in there so I coloured it in with turquoise/aqua shades.  Then I spotted another one and so started it in oranges for a change.  A few different images later and then I came up to my room to make a card and for some reason, though I reached for the turquoise image the orange one came out and the papers fell into my hands so an orange one it was.

I am sure my little Buddy will like it!! I hope!!! Happy Birthday Little Munchkin!!!

Off for a wander in blogland before it is time for my bed!!

Thanks for looking and please leave me a comment! 

Nos Da!


Ingredients:- Stamps - Whiff of Joy, Creative Images (I think!), Anitas; Die - Sizzix; Punches - Tonic, Papermania; Papers - Basic Grey, American Crafts, Diary, Bazzill; Pens - Copic; Embossing pen and powder; Ribbler; Distress Inks and Stickles - Ranger.

1 comment:

Stamping 4 Pleasure said...

Well I think it looks great in orange! I'm in an orange phase at the mo anyway! It's a lovely card with lots of interesting things to look at on it.

Hope the chooks are behaving themselves (fat chance, I know!).

Hugs, Sandra