This weeks challenge at "Less is more" is to use 3 squares. I must learn to read all the info properly 'cos the first card i made i used 4 squares, lol. For this card i used a papermania rubber stamp and Stampin-up ink and cardstock. As a lot of you know, i am not a stamper, it took about 15 attempts to get these 3 little squares to look 'arf decent. I must practice more. Thanks Chrissie and Mandi, i am loving these challenges and am already looking forward to the next one. . TFL x
(Sorry about the naff photo, I,m useless at that as well. lol)
I'm on a roll...I had a piece of lemon cardstock left from my previous project, so before i cleared my desk away i thought i might as well make another card. As usual, plain and simple, but i like it, lol. TFL x
This is my entry for week 3 of the fab Challenge at "Less is more" organised by the lovely Chrissie and Mandy. This weeks challenge theme was Spring, so i hope my card fits the bill. Am loving these challenges, as it gets my little brains cells into gear. TFL x
This weeks challenge at "Less is more" is for a one layer card,with the theme of flower or tree. Well there are a few flowers if you look carefully, lol. Even i found this a challenge. No ribbons or paper flowers for me this week. Hope this simple card fits the bill. TFL x
A new challenge blog has been started by Mandi and Chrissie, called " Simply Less is More". This first challenge is to make something that is Pink, White, and Black, and be clean and simple, so here is my card. TFL xx
I live in Kent, and have been making cards for about 8 years. I have 2 gorgeous grandsons, Louis who is 9 and Fray is 4. My grandson Louis was diagnosed at 6 years old with having "DUCHENNE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY". This came as a complete shock to our whole family as we'd never heard about this form of muscle disease, nor is there any previous family history of this condition. The past year has been very painful for all of us, as we've had to learn a lot about Louis' condition and how he will be affected in the future.
There are a number of different types of muscular dystrophy, DUCHENNE being the most severe form. All of which are caused by faults in the genes which cause a cruel, progressive muscle weakness due to muscle cells breaking down which in time are gradually lost. This is a very rare and serious condition, which affects around 100 baby boys per year in the U.K. By the age of 8 to 11 years all boys are unable to walk, and confined to a wheelchair, and for all boys, this conditions is so serious, it is 100% fatal.
If you would like to donate to our charity to help in the finding of a cure for Louis, and all the other boys suffering, then please contact me.