… why my friend, Laura, sent me this! I thought I’d share it anyway. :o)
PS Laura, I love it! LOL
Here’s a card I’ve made for my best friend’s wedding anniversary. They got married the year after we did. As I've said many times on here, I’m not a card maker – there’s just not enough space! But this is a special occasion so I thought I’d better make an effort. I cut the hearts using the Cricut George cartridge after seeing a lovely butterfly card on Trish’s blog, Doodles & Swirls.
I’ve scrapped one of my very favourite photos of Beth – all of 4 months old and already entranced by a computer screen!
PS I am also entering this page for the February sketch challenge at Purple Pumpkin. The sketch is on my side bar.
I did these ages ago and noticed recently that they needed new dates so I have redone them. Please feel free to copy and print for your own use but I’d really appreciate a comment. You can right click, copy and paste this one or if you’d like a printable A4 sheet email me:
sue at suehr dot freeserve dot co dot uk
PS Looks good printed on a transparency.
It is my team’s turn to set the weekly challenge on UK Scrappers and we have done this one in honour of our teamie, Sarah.
We have asked people to
We will be donating 50p to the National Autistic Society for every entry to our challenge.
I did this page first and really didn’t like it.
So I pulled it apart and changed the background card. I’m much happier with the reworked page. :o)
Here are the two pages I did at our crop on Saturday. The first is for Sophia’s album. I’ve probably mentioned before that I have an album which contains a page for each birthday and Christmas which I plan to give to Sophia, God willing, when she is 18. The second is of Beth in a gorgeous outfit I couldn't resist buying her in Monsoon. They are cousins, by the way, Beth’s dad and Sophia’s mum are brother and sister.
The Scrapology challenge this month is to scraplift a beautiful page by SJ of Little Musings. I love her work and I actually did this page when I went to SJ’s class at the Cardinal Colours retreat last year.