Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Happy Birthday - How Time Flies!

This card is one that I adapted from a card made with the fabulous Phill Martin at his recent Craftathon.  The original used the blossom collection, but as I wanted a more masculine look and I have many of the stamps from the Timeless Collection, I adapted the card and used a 'Decadent Denim' colour scheme.
My version

The Phill Martin original

Saturday, 28 May 2016

Happy Birthday Son

My own birthday never makes me feel my age, but somehow, when my children get a year older, I feel it more!  I am really proud of my middle son, who has started a business from nothing and built it up over the last year.  He's very into gaming and computers, so I felt this card was appropriate.

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

MDF Book - 60 is the new 40!

Happy birthday to my brother-in-law who happens to share his birthday with my middle son.  I made this for him to complement the MDF book that I made for my sister's 50th birthday last year.
The matching book.


Saturday, 21 May 2016

Congratulations on The New Arrival

This is the card that I made for my colleague on the arrival of her beautiful daughter.  Congratulations to the whole family!

Keepsake Box

A colleague has just had her first child - a beautiful baby girl!  I had been planning to make this as a gift for her for a while; my colleague really loves to travel and always tries to learn some of the appropriate language before she goes, so the papers that I chose to decorate the box reflect this.  Congratulations!

Monday, 2 May 2016

Happy Birthday Dad!

It's my Dad's birthday today.  We celebrated yesterday as no-one had to go to work today.  Even my brother who lives in Canada managed to join in as we played a family game together over Skype; if you've ever had to shout out instructions to diffuse various modules on an electronic 'bomb' via the internet you can understand the atmosphere.  Brother following instructions; Mum on morse code duty; one sister counting coloured wires; brother-in-law dealing with coloured buttons; other sister dealing with mazes and word codes; nephew on 'Whose on First' duty; son dealing with 'Simon Says' and myself on complicated wire duty dealing with the Venn diagrams because no-one else will touch the job.  It was a hysterical couple of hours; Dad just enjoys watching and listening to the mayhem.  Any way - Happy Birthday Dad, I made these cards especially for you.