Wow what a busy Christmas, I have cooked and entertained for England and now its time for a break. What better way than to make all those Thank You cards. I used New Arrival for those with K & Co Papers and Papermania Cardstock
Lucky me, Santa bought me a Cricut Jukebox so I intend to try that out asap. The New Year Cards will need that I think as I intend using several carts for those. Well I plugged it in and with many flashing lights I had a great result, fab toy for me yahoo. It is so cute and neat looking only problem is I need a wider table to fit both on so a little job for Gerry this year :-) New Year Cards are using same paper selection and Sotybook and Celebrations Carts and some Stickles and silk flowers
I hope you all had a Merry Christmas and I want to thank the Tidworth Ladies for their lovely comments about my Blog, thanks girls see you in the New Year for a catch up. xx
These are just a fab idea I got them from the supermarket as stocking fillers and of course they must have our ababy in. Noah looks so cut in these. Ideal presents for Nannys and Great Nanny's. I like the tree bauble one its flat but holds 2 photo's, I want to try to get the ball ones next year
My daughter was very small when the Snowman film came out and I can't believe he is still going strong and I am now making a Snowman card for her son. I adore him so much and wanted to make a really special effort for his first Christmas. I had a load of free Snowman embellishments with a magazine so I wanted to use them as it seemed just perfect for a baby. I have managed to get a few techniques into this card and was going to add a Waterfall but I ran out of room!! I really enjoyed doing the slider for the front it works so much better than the previous ones I have tried. The pop ups are a nice feature I think all children love them I just hope they can stand the rigors of a 10 month old little boy :-)
Well this weekend I decided to do a Christmas Fair. I have spent the week making lots of items to suit pocket money prices for the children. I made notebooks, folder handbag calenders for nannies, post-it note books, keyrings, phone charms and bracelets. I had a box of Christmas cards from last year I hadn't needed so they went in too. They all sold out and I sold a lot of the other stuff too
I am disappointed it didn't all sell but it was a good afternoon and it was nice to see Santa before he started hs busy time of year !!
Here are a few pics they are not that clear as I forgot my camera so had to use my phone. See I have my own little helper, my OH came to help me and I think he enjoyed himself :-) Thanks Gerry
I have been asked a few times for the link to Utube where it can be found so HERE it is. They are easy to make and everyone seems to love them so ideal as a Christmas Gift. If you have Cricut cutting the circles is a dream if not well I guess you have your own methods for circles. I have made from teeny tiny 3 inch circle to big 11 3/4inch (biggest you can get on an expression) and they all look good. The bigger the better if you have lots of pics.
My version of the instructions, written and saved as a "Word Doc" you can print these off which may be of help Any problems message me with your email and I will send you the file thanks
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