Friday, February 20, 2009


On Tuesday, we travelled with;
to get to;
and visit;
to see;
(and lots more).

We used this;(a lot)

and visited;and
and had a fab time.

I have been working on a few commissions this week but have made these as well;

Felt, Cardboard, CI ribbon, BG letters, Scenic Route heart, Luxe rub ons, notepaper.

(For J for Valentine's)

and a commissioned card for J's Mum;

K&Co papers, Papermania brad, Primas, Doodlebug and October Afternoon rub ons

and a this week's Dare card; It's Rein here this week with a new dare: I want to see a fish or a frog on your cards.

Not technically either but it does have 'fish' in its name.

Scenic Route and October Afternoon papers, brads from Poppicrafts, Hand cut jellyfish, press stud, inking and printed sentiment.

Have a fabulous weekend and TFL :)


Anonymous said...

Gorgeous cards Jo! Love them all. :)

Glad you had a fab trip!


Rika said...

Fabulous cards Jo, I really love your interpretation of the fish-card!

Kathy said...

Great post Jo - love the "story" of your trip - hope you had a great time in the Big Smoke.

Fab cards, all of them - love the little boat especially, and the wobbly one made me smile!

Lisa Olson said...

Hi Jo,

looks like you all had a great time in the capital. Loving your latest cards, you have such an eye for detail and design. TFS

Lythan said...

Oooh I can't decide which card I like best :) think it may have to be the neutral tones of the little boat. But the jelly FISH made me smile too!

Helen said...

What a fun card! Your jellyfish is fab!
Helen x

Ruby said...

Hi Jo. I love your work. There's an award on my blog for you :o)

Em said...

You are too clever for your own good Mrs!!!

Love, love, love the cards, esp that little jellyFISH - how cute?

Glad you had a fab time in London!

Traceyr said...

Great cards, I really like your funky style.


Anush said...

Hi Jo,

I visit the DCM site quite often and really enjoy the cards. This is the first time I checked your blog and I love the stuff you come up with. It's very beautiful, lively, and cards that people would want to preserve for a long time. :)

I'm a novice card maker and just use different papers and some basic craft scissors. I am keen on improving my skills. What are some some good tools to invest in? Nothing very fancy. I was reading about the Cuttlebug. Would you recommend that? I live in India but I could have it bought in London or the U.S through relatives. Please give me some suggestions, or websites that I could pick up some info. Thanks!!

Anonymous said...

I just love your jelly fish, so cute and colourful, great work!