Monday, October 22, 2007

Last Week's Little Extra....

...was to make a card with a tree on it. I did make one then promptly forgot to upload it! So here it is :)

Supplies are;
Rusty Pickle paper (which was an absolute steal at 10p a sheet at the Newbury show)
Bazzill card
Papermania brads
Doodlebug rub ons
White ribbon from a local sewing shop (was 10p a metre so a bit of a bargain there too!

I got this fab award this week from Kate , Rhi and Liz

-Thank you so much :) I have to nominate 10 blogs to pass it onto so in no particular order... I pass it on to...Melissa Roree Bety Ana Anna Patsy Monica Sadie Flossie's Follies and all of the Daring Cardmakers lol.

and... the cards that I designed for Pink Petticoat are on the site :)

You can see all the cards designed by me and all the other very talented designers here.

TFL :)


Sadie said...

Hi Jo

I saw from an email PP sent to me that you are now one of their designers, I wanted to say a big WELL DONE & congratulations. You are an inspiration to us all.
Thank you for your kind comment on my blog & thank for the smile award, am going to be smiling for the rest of the day now.

Patsy Jackson said...

Hi Jo

Fab card as usual and so many bargains!!! :)

Thanks for the fab award - really kind of you!

Sorry to hear your Grandad passed away :( Hope your Nan is doing OK in the circumstances.

I haven't been blogging much recently as still feeling a bit yuck! So just catching up with the news really!

Patsy x

Alhambra Club said...

This is so cool, thanks for the award, I must post this, Love your card.

Alhambra Club said...

What great cards, will have to to check out all the inspirations also. Thanks for the nomination.

Patsy Jackson said...

Me again mmmmwwwah! I've now tagged you - sorry! You've probably done this one a million times though ;)

Oh and I loved your PP cards - wowwwweeee WTG!!
Patsy x

Paula J Atkinson said...

Its gorgeous Jo, love the background.
Fab card for PP.

Dawn Wheeler said...

Realy faboulous cards ,you are so creative ,Dawnx

Kathy said...

Wonderful stuff as always Jo