Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Back to Work

After a fun week of playing with the latest download from Funky Hand called "Shabby Saturday" which is absolutely gorgeous and will be available soon on the Funky Hand website, it's back to work - lots of card orders to complete this week. This card was made with Daisy Bucket papers and is for my grandson Oliver who will be 1 next Saturday. This is the problem with making lots of cards for family members - I now have to come up with another 2.

This one was made with K & Co Denim Paper which I distressed slightly adding white stitching and then inking round the edges with a brown inkpad. The cool dude is a doodle by Kerry which I coloured in with water colour pencils. Kerry has kindly made it available to download from her blog - thanks Kerry that's so generous of you. If you haven't paid a visit yet to Kerry's blog, what are you waiting for you - she is such a talented lady.
Added a tag in the pocket and some chipboard letters coloured with a red inkpad, some large eyelets from We R Memory Keepers fitted with the Crop-a-dile. Love that tool!! Cards for boys of a certain age can be a bit of a challenge but this cool dude image is brilliant.

This one was made using Dovecraft Masculine Collection papers and embellishments. The letters were cut using Pink Petticoat Monograms CD.

4 comments:

Lorraine Robertson said...

Wow Mrs what superb cards, but favourite has to be the denim one, perhaps because I'm never out of mine as you know. How lovely it is to see your cards on here but soooooo looking forward to the Funky Hand show & seeing all your samples. Big hugs
Lorraine xxxxxx

kerry said...

These are fab Kath!! I love each of them but can you guess which is my fav?!...lol. Cool dude looks fantastic how you've coloured him, & goes so well with the denim. I love it!!!
Thank you for wanting to use him & for your lovely comments.
Kerry xxx

Marge Robertson said...

All three are darling, but I'm partial to Oliver's; love that red!

Marge

Craftling said...

Fabulous cards, Kath! My favourite is Oliver's card, but they're all great! You are such a talented lady!! When I grow up, I want to craft like you! ;o)

Heather xx

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