Thursday, 26 March 2009

Lots of Birthday's This week so lots of Cards!!!

Well I have been busy making lots of cards for many people, I was asked by my mum's friend to make a special 1st birthday card for her Great grand daughter, the spec was in the night garden theme, pink and cream, that's where I started to panic how do i make a card special I went to pot everything I put together just didn't look right so I finally came up with this I decided as it was for a 1yr old i would try to make a Shaker Card so here it is what do you think??

1st Shaker Card:

Ingredients - c/s: papermill,

acetate- papermaina,

beads and stickers - from stash,

Image- BBC website

Letters- Cuttlebug alphabet die

Hearts- Martha Stewart punch

Sentiment- Stamped with pigment ink and heat embossed with Pink

The next 3 birthdays were all for the same family, yep they are all in the same week, My mum's best friend Kerrie was the big 40 on St Patrick's day and it was also her daughters 12th birthday, the Tuesday after was Kerrie's other daughters birthday who was 13 this time round!

Kerrie had all her children by Cesarean section and was twice given her birthday as the 1st date the hospital kindly moved it to the week after for the 1st child, but the 2nd child the hospital wouldn't moved the date so its like Christmas all over again!!

Here are the cards i made

Kerrie's 40th Card

Ingredients: C/s: papermill, Patterned paper was a bargain from Qvc

Flowers & Brad- From Stash

Image- Forever Friends stamp

Medium- Prisma's & Sansdor

Punch- Martha Stewart

Closer look of the image

Birthday Card 12yr old

Ingredients- C/s papermill, Patterned paper Qvc
Image- Daisy and Dandelion Stamp
Medium- Prisma & Sansdor
Ribbon - Stash
Sentiment- Daisy and Dandelion Stamp

Closer look at the image



Teena in Toronto said...

Good job!

Happy blogoversary!

Denise said...

Lovely cards .Denise x

jules said...

love your cards Sara!i love your blog design too!!!!!

Crissy Armstrong said...

All three cards are brilliant! I love the shaker card esp. Great job!

Cardmaking Galore said...

These are really cute!