Friday, 14 October 2011


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Here is a lovely card made using another of Pauline Black's designer resources - Japanese Floral Clipart - made up beautifully by Craftsuprint crafter Eve McMean.  Click HERE to see more cards made by Eve McMean.

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

100th Birthday Card

I was asked recently by my neighbour to make her a 100th birthday card to give to Margaret, the mother of some good friends of hers.  She managed to get me some photos of Margaret from a very young age right up to very recent which I scanned in and made this A4 sized collage card and I think it has turned out quite well.  I do hope Margaret has a lovely birthday and enjoys her card.

Old Buses

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I have my brother-in-law Alan to thank for the photos of old buses I used on this card.  He is a total "Anorak" for buses of any kind and can name the route and registrations of all the London buses - amazing!  Anyway I think they made a really good man's card which has been made up very nicely by Kris Smart.  Click HERE to see more cards made by Kris Smart on Craftsuprint.

Vintage Lady In Pink Hat

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I snagged this lovely lady with her pink hat from, a vintage freebies website I was introduced to on Diana's Creations (thankyou Diana!).  Diana has got a whole new blog dedicated to all things vintage which you can go to through her main website, its definitely worth a view as there is some lovely stuff on there.  This card has been made up by Susan Smith and you can see more of her cards HERE.

Monet Bridge 6" Square Card Front

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When I saw this photo when looking through the Public Domain Pictures site I just knew it would make a beautiful card, especially after I had made it into a digital painting.  I made the frame myself using some Dover Publications free samples and I think it sets it off a treat.  What a beautiful job Craftsuprint Crafter Denise Murray has made of it as well!  To see more of Denise's cards click HERE.