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Monday, April 13, 2009

Wellll Hellooo!!

Hey everone
Been away abit longer than I would have liked...

Got some some cards to show the first one was for my Dads Birthday...

The colours I have used are Not Quite Navy, More Mustard and Very Vaniila. I have used Twill Tape (medium) The stampsets I have used are For Father (retired cry), Sanded (not retired Yay), and Cheery Chat (retired boo) LOL! I have used black stazon and more mustard inks and I used blender pens with ink to clolour in the toolbox...

Dad really loved this card he appreciated the effort and loved the toolbox!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAD!!!

This second card was for my Husband Petes Oma (Grandma) She was involved in a car accident last week and has broken her collarbone and has a lot of bruising from the seat belt. A young girl plowed into her we think her car is a write off. We hope the girl gets done for reckless driving!!! Oma is 80 so it will take a long time for her to heal we are just so glad it wasnt worse!!!


I wanted this card to be bright and cheery!!!
The colours I have used for this card is Rose Red, Pumpkin Pie, Summer Sun and Whisper White. The inks I have used are Pumpkin Pie and Black Stazon. I stampsets I used were Window Dressing and Curvy Verses and I used Blender Pens with inks to colour the image.
Thanks for looking
Jaz xox

4 comments:

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

Cute cards! (I rarely send them, i can't part with mine)), but it's great you make them for a purpose. Great ideas!

Sarah-Jane Kale' said...

Lovely cards Jaz... Great to see you back!!!. Hope your Grandma is OK and Im sure your card will brighten her day.

Sarah
x

June Annand said...

Beautiful cards and I hope that your Grandma is recovering from this scary accident. I'm sure this card put a smile on her face.

Twila said...

Love your two cards. Hope Grandma is doin better, although I'm sure she'll be sore for awhile.