Thursday, 2 January 2014

My favourite 5

Evening all.
Just sat at the computer waiting for everyone to come back from work and I found this challenge on a blog belonging to Debby4000 so here goes.

Its been rather difficult to choose my 5 but here they are.

This was my first ever card that I blogged about. The brief was to make a wedding card that reflected my daughter's friend's wedding theme. She had made her bouquet from manuscript paper and her dress was purple.

This card was made for my husband's birthday, he fancies himself a farmer. The stamps are from Molly Bloom.

As I have only been blogging for 6 months many of my cards have been Christmas ones. This is one of my favourites, using the wonderful Snowman family from LOTV.

This Christmas card is really simple and based on a sketch from Sketch Saturday. The lovely girlies are from LOTV and the paper is from Nit Wits. So effective but the image is a tad tricky to colour. I liked it so much I couldn't send it to just anyone at Christmas, so its still in my box.

The last one is rather tricky as I couldn't make my mind up. In the end I went for another wedding card, this time for my Son's friend.

Again it features the LOTV wedding couple but this time with a neutral colour theme.

 Well that's it, hope you enjoyed a trip down memory lane.


  1. I love your wedding cards mum. Always so beautiful. Can I put the request in now for one for August!

  2. This is a wonderful selection of cards and a great reflection of your beautiful creative style.
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  3. Your favourite 5 are all gorgeous. Love your wedding cards. See your a LOTV lover, me too. Caz

  4. Wonderful selections of cards Julie, they're all fabulous.
    Thank you for joining in with My Favourite Five of 2013.


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