Been playing today and made this little set of 4 1/2 inch cards. I used whitewash cardstock, a square Nellies die and a Crafts Too dotty embossing folder. A little die cut flower a couple of leaves to finish. Hope you like them. TFL xx
I couldn't resist making just one more set last night. I love em, lol. I used Nellies dies again, for the blue frame i used the squares , and for the snowflake i used the smallest from the circle set. The large gem in the centres are from the £ shop. TFL xx
I'm getting addicted to these little sets of mini cards, they are so quick and easy to make. Mine are from Craftwork Cards but they are simple enough to cut and score yourself as you can get 3 from an A/4 sheet of card. For these i used a Nellies square frame die and a cuttlebug snowflake die. The gem in the centre was from the £ shop. Hope you like them, cos there are more to follow. lol TFL xx
I really enjoyed making the Thankyou cards for the LIM challenge, so thought i would make some little christmas cards for my grandsons to give to their school friends. Here are my first set of 6. They are just under 4 inches square and i made them using a cute free digi image from Janet at Pink Gem Designs, isnt he adorable. The little fella is coloured with promarkers and the sentiment is computer generated. Hope you likey, TFL xx
The challenge this week over on "Less is More" is either Thankyou or Congratulations. Well i decided to go down the "Thankyou" route and made this very sweet simple 4 inch card using a scrap of coloured cardstock and a sweet digi image. The little image was coloured with promarkers, and finished off with a small pearl in the centre of the flower. I enjoyed making this simple card so much, that i decided to make a set of 6. lol TFL Shaz 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.