Saturday, March 28, 2009

A few more cards...

A quick card made for my friend Jo who was a little bit poorly...
Bazzill and October Afternoon papers, Quickutz letters and plasters (how much of a bargain are Quickutz now!) Papermania brads, flowers from Poundland.

And two more cards made with Kirsty's yummy papers and images

You can buy the CD's with all the fantastic papers and bits and bobs here.

TFL :)


Lorraine A said...

These are both gorgeous ! I love the plasters, I thought they were real ones !
Love the chandelier too and the ribbon, simply stunning

Jo Austin said...

absolutely stunning Jo! Beautiful.

Love Jo xx

Anonymous said...

Absolute `Fabbitastic` cards Jo...:)♥

Jane said...

Your cards are amazing!

Jane :0)

♥♥♥♥♥ Jennifer™® ♥♥♥♥♥ said...

your blog is good good good......

Post Pals said...

Hello, I read that you do card challenges and I wondered if you would consider doing a challenge with a twist.

I run Post Pals, we feature seriously ill children (most have cancer or are going through transplants) and their siblings on our website and invite members of the public to log on from around the world and send a card to a child. The aim is to make the child smile, but we have found it also helps their self esteem and parents often open them with a child during a procedure to distract them.

At the moment we are helping 120 children but they aren't getting much post.

I was wondering if you would do a challenge, instead of people just scanning in their card for the theme but they actually make one for a Post Pal child and send it off.

I can't begin to tell you how much receiving a card means when your ill and isolated.

Thank you,

ps)You can see a video about what we do here

Lynda said...

Absolutely adore your cards - the chandelier card has got to be my all time favourite - it has definitely got the WOW factor
Lynda xxx

Saskia said...

Hello Jo,

Your creations are so unique and beautiful and cute.... I love your work!!!


kimmie x said...

these are both very grogeous cards, i love the colours and papers chosen- they all just go so well together, the plasters on the get well soon card is a very good idea :).

Kimmie x