...lol been neglecting my blog again but all that will change now as I am officially unemployed :-( so guess I will have time on my hands now - been retired from my job at Debenhams on the grounds of ill health so no job - I suffer from inflammatory arthritis - Debenhams say I'm not capable of doing my job yet the government say I'm capable of work? so I'm in a no win situation:-( - enough of me moaning - it's a gorgeous sunny morning here in Northern Ireland a lovely start to another week- my card today is for a baby boy - seems to be a baby boom at the moment lol -papers from my stash - white linen look cardstock -chip board embellishments - gems - sentiment made on the computer
50 Golden Years for Ella and Jim - Congratulations! - sentiment made on the computer - nestie diecuts - DP from my stash - gold mirri card - Tim Holtz tattered florals - punched flower and sizzix die cut leaves - gold glamour dust - gold gems
..a baby card for a little boy using a Fizzy Moon chipboard element - papers from my stash - think they were from a DCWV set - nestie die cuts circles and squares - flourish - gems - sentiment made on the computer - punched flowers
...75th birthday card for a lady who loves to bake - Jenny Ellory chipboard shapes - nestie shapes - doily - gems - sentiment made on computer -lace - Paper Crate paper - buttermilk and duck egg blue cardstock ...
...for a couple getting married today - Congratulations to you both .... I have made a boxed tri fold card in white linen card ...LOTV image coloured with promarkers and glamour dusted - nestie shapes - My Mind's Eye papers - gems - sentiments made on the computer - Wild Orchid flowers - punched hearts - diecut leaves-
... birthday card for my daughter made using First Edition Sweet Owl Premium Papers - some punched butterflies - glamour dust - adhesive gems - sentiment from craftwork cards - different nestie circles - also used a corner punch to round the corners of the papers
I am married to Stephen and we have two daughters and a little grandson. We live in the centre of Northern Ireland in a town called Portadown. I work part time and spend most of my free time between crafting and looking after my grandson Ryan who is now three.
Thank you for popping by and looking at my blog. I don't mind you getting inspiration from my work but please don't copy any of it directly or pass it off as your own work, enter it into competitions or to magazines for publication. I try to come up with my own ideas and all my work is copyrighted. Thank you Linda