Saturday, May 10, 2014

Bicycle...bicycle...I want to ride my bicycle...

Hi folks...are you going to join me in another sing-a-long...this time it's that classic by the legendary Queen..."Bicycle...bicycle...bicycle...I want to ride my bicycle"...luckily for you...you can't hear this tone deaf crafter exercising her vocal chords which is more than can be said for my poor Furry companion...he's had to put with the out of tune audio torture ever since the Alfresco papers from Craftwork Cards popped through the cubbyhole letterbox...aren't they gorgeous
and I love...love...love this big bicycle image on one of the papers...perfect for cutting out and making the focal point of your card and sneaking in my favourite Fiskars Squeeze Punch...Hexagon

Unfortunately I ran out of time to make any more samples before the posting deadline but I've had a sneaky little play since and made another two...


and these beautiful Summery papers were perfect for a Fiskars magazine commission due for publication in August...I can't reveal the whole card so I'm sharing a sneaky peek...
and it's time for me to woohoo again...more fabulous prizes have arrived for The Everest Challenge Charity Workshop...kindly donated by my lovely buddies Mary and Andrea at The Ribbon Girl...
and the lovely Diane Grimshaw from Practical Publishing has donated a subscription to
thank you so much girls...I'm blown away by your kindness and  truly appreciate your support
and on the subject of raffle prizes...I need to find an alternative storage solution before I have a mutiny on my hands...the cubbyhole crew's work area is quickly being reduced to postage stamp proportions....hardly room to swing a cat let alone one great big Furry Boy. 
And with even more happy mail scheduled to arrive today...I need to get my Pickfords hat on and get moving...enjoy your weekend whatever you've got planned.
See you all tomorrow
Hugs Kath xxx

15 comments:

Julie Brooks said...

Beautiful cards as always Kath, and good luck with your logistics project!!! Take care and have a great day. Hugs, Julie xxx

Jane said...

I'm still humming along Kath...great cards. Enjoy your weekend x

carol edwards said...

These cards are beautiful Kath, something about bikes evokes happy memoriesx

Pamela said...

Beautiful cards as usual Kath. With all this singing could we maybe see you as our Eurovision entry next year? LOL!

Redanne said...

Never mind the 10 ton lorry, you will need a crane soon! Crafty folk really are the very best...

I have had to give in and order the seaside and the set with the bicycle too...goodness knows where I will fit them in. Your cards are stunning and have filled me with inspiration! Not only that but I have just got my Queen CD out to play the song, as I would not want to harm anyone's ears with my singing....

Hugs, Anne xx

misteejay said...

What a fabulous collection of cards - that range is beautiful.

Good luck with the storage problem.

Toni xx

Annie said...

Hi Kath......your cards as always are stunning.....beautiful colours and designs. Can't get the Queen song out of my head now. Hope you get your fab crafty stash sorted out. I think we need a craft house......wouldn't that be fun x

Jan Sharp said...

These papers are so lovely and you've made gorgeous cards with them. Have a great weekend all. Jan

Jackie Elliott said...

Thanks for showing these beautiful cards and I love these papers, will HAVE to buy them!!

Linda van der Velden said...

Love these cards!

butterfly said...

What enchanting cards - they've really cheered up my day!
Alison x

XxJULESxX said...

Wow Kath what stunning cards! love your blog!!

Debbie said...

Wow your cards are beautiful.Love the bike.Hugs Debbie x

sonja_w said...
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sonja_w said...

Gorgeous cards, love the bicycle

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