Wednesday, March 20, 2013

At last

A few moments of quiet,  puppy is sound asleep so I have a chance to update my blog.  I have made 2 cards since bringing Robbie home and one of them ended in the bin, so only one to share today.  I hope you all are not housebound due to snow but if you are I hope you are taking the chance to craft.
Anne xx
                 I made the card from free papers and Poundland 
                                Flower fairy toppers.

 Oh and here is Robbie now 12 weeks old and making                       friends with the door-stop

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Evening to any who visit tonight, I'm sitting here with my little puppy (Robbie) asleep on my knee.  Not crafted today as for some reason we have had more visitors than usual lol!  So just going to add a couple of photos taken today.
  At the back door getting ready to go out in his new garden.

Checking out the back garden

My Grandauhgter  Lauren getting to know Robbie

Friday, March 1, 2013

Mothers day

Made using free LOTV image free embossing  folder
everything else from my stash
Hi Crafters, I hope you have all had a happy Friday so far.   Mine's was going well till my 12 year old granddaughter started getting lippy with her Dad.and that soured things for a while.  She has since phoned to apologise so feeling much better.  Well I managed to make 10 mothers day cards and my son took them down to the pub his friend manages and sold 4 in the first 10 minutes.  Hopefully the rest will sell too, more cash to put in my puppy and vets fee fund.  So here are the other five cards from this week.   Thanks for stopping by.
Anne x
Free papers used on this one
image was from a stamp set from
Joanna Sheen and doily fro Cheery Lynn
Free image, free papers and flowers from £land.
Paper is Victorian Classic from Paper Cellar
image was taken from wrapping paper
flowers courtesy of ChrisandCat from
over on DC
Backing paper from Capsule collection CD free
with Creativity mag a while ago. Flower from ChrisandCat, bow made
using the papermania bow-maker, all greeting were printed out and a few spellbinder dies were used