Monday, February 22, 2010

3 cards

Sorry I couldn't think of an interesting or amusing title hehe.  I've made 2 cards for my great-niece one for the new addition to their family and the other 'cos she had a tough time and both were in intensive care for a few days.  She was in intensive care a bit longer than the baby, but both are home now :)  The baby image is from Pollycraft  I'm trying to get a few men's cards in stock 'cos I always tend to make cards for ladies or kids.  I did make another one but DD's OH wanted one for his cousin.  I've used a stencil and stencil paste for this one - coloured the paste myself as I decided to just buy white and colour it as and when.


Pretty-In-Ink said...

They are fab Anne! I LOVE your cute baby card! what a sweet image!

Julia Dunnit said...

I think 3 cards is a very fitting title, heh! Great cards. I just blogged about my man totally 'not getting it' when I add stuff to cards, so a stash of men's cards is in the pipeline for me too!

Julia Dunnit said...

Hey Anne, had to come back and say love your comments on my blog..I really gave myself away with London Palladium thing huh?!!! Just a bitter old gal now! But the is it art debate....will continue forever between me and least we'll have something to shout at each other about when we're deaf!

Crafty Chris said...

Hi Anne
I am the same myself, I find men's card are not as interesting,love the zigzag pattern that is a good idea, Love the baby card he is a lovely image, lovely heart punch, but it hides the 3rd one.
Christine x

Paula Gale said...

Hi Anne - you've been busy!!! the title is apt! It does exactly what it says on the tin, so to speak!!! I think all us ladies make lovely ladies cards and need to add a few more male cards to the stash every so often. A while ago I made some really simple ones for men - with shirts on, or pool or beer etc. They don't care and certainly no male I know would treasure and keep a handmade card (more than likely, like my OH, its because they daren't thow it away in case it offends!!!)

Paula x x x

Paula Gale said...

p.s. thanks for the heads up about the lavender ink pad - I worked out all by myself that DTP must mean direct to paper??? Gosh I'm learning new lingo by all this blogging!!!!

I'll try that - thank you.

Paula x x x

Linby said...

Anne blogger is playing up - one of your cards is sitting over the other one - took me a while to figure why there weren't 3 cards! The ones I can see are lovely, especially like the car very art deco.