Friday, 30 April 2021

A Birthday Card for Pat

 Hello my Crafty Blog Friends and Visitors

How has your week been? I hurt my back and I also had some very bad headaches. I am feeling a lot better now but I did loose a lot of time. It is so nice now that we can meet up with more people. Tomorrow we are going to see our daughter she is staying home with their dog meaning that her hubby can make the journey to visit his Nan. It will give us a chance to get to know their dog a bit better. 

Here is another of the samples I made for the John Next Door one day special on the Craft Store last weekend. 

This card was made from the waste when I was cutting all the other dies. What I do is I have everything together in a box all the dies, all the off cuts of card. Then when I get near the end of making samples I will look and the waste bits and see what I can come up with. I used the Firth Park Tags dies set, the Stencil Numbers and Alphabet die and lastly the Small Flowers and Small Leaves dies. 

Have a good weekend. I will be back tomorrow it is the first of the month. 

Happy Crafting

Hugs Jackie
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aussie aNNie said...

Gorgeous card for your friend, lovely delightful colours. Have a lovely catch up with your daughter, get to know her doggy. My Bella arrives tomorrow xx

Janette said...

Lovely card Jackie, I hope you enjoy your visit with your daughter and her pup.xx

tilly said...

whar a s uper card made with your waste bits, no one would guess xx

JD/ Jill said...

I really like your birthday card. Great color combo.
I hope you are feeling better. After receiving my second shot this week, I had some really bad headaches for two days...thankfully feel much better now.

cuilliesocks said...

A super card Jackie, lovely colours and design, Kate x

KarinsArtScrap said...

what a great and beautiful card Jackie
Gr Karin said...

Great card Jackie. Good use of the leftovers - very satisfying when those bits get used. Enjoy your visit and weekend.
Fatima x

Em Louise Fairley said...

It's gorgeous, Jackie xoxo