Saturday, 26 February 2011

40 and fabulous


So the craft room is almost there, I really wanted to strip the walls, repaint etc etc but I really didn’t have the time – I’ve got far too many projects on the go ...  But the room has been re-jigged, most of my stash is back in there, DH still has a couple of shelves to put up and a ribbon unit to build, but we’re getting there :O)

I managed a quick card this afternoon for my sister’s birthday this week

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Stamps: Dot Spot, Polka Dot Bascis II, Big Birthday Wishes, Mat Stack 3 Collection
Cardstock: Kraft, Melon Mambo 
DSP: Dotty Biscotti
Mediums: Melon Mambo
, Versamark
Embellishments: Raspberry Fizz Topnotch Twill (3/8-inch wide) R
ibbon, Clear Embossing Powder, Basic Rhinestones.  
Tools – By the Numbers (4 & 0) dies, Mat Stack 3 die, heat gun, dimensionals, glue dots.

I won’t say how old she’d going to be ... LOL

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I ‘have’ to get back in there tomorrow, I have a CJ or two to catch up on (one will be in the post on Monday Sally), at least 14 sheets of card candy to make up as well as 16 shoebox kits to make up in the next fortnight (Luckily I already have the design), as well as the usual birthday, new baby, anniversary, wedding cards ... Oops and a nappy cake

9 comments:

scrappyjacky said...

Lovely to have a craft room,Dawn....and a lovely card.

Kara said...

love it...love the gems on the numbers!

Vicki said...

Wow, gorgeous card, your sister will love it!

Jen Carter said...

How fun to mask a spot for the Dot Spot!! Super cute look! Love your card!

Jen said...

Gorgeous! This is the classiest way to state a ladies age that I know of. What a hoot! She'll kill you but kiss you first for making her such a beautiul card. Love the color combo and well, Dot Spot always rules! Great job!

Lisa V. said...

I love how you used Dot Spot with the Polka Dot background set. This is stunning.

June K. said...

I also love your combined use of the Polka Dot and Dot Spot to make your background. So pretty. Thanks for your inspiration.

Kim O'Connell said...

Hooray for pink! Lov ethis! And I admire your blog banner every time I stop by your blog, too! So cute!

Dana said...

How fun is this!! Love that bit of Dot Spot amongst the polka dots!

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