I've entered this week's WOJ challenge with a card you might think is for Christmas. Well in fact I've made it for my work colleague Owen who is 24 tomorrow. I couldn't resist creating a snowy scene because of the weather we've been having over the past few days and, as know he usually keeps the cards I make for him, I thought this would always be a reminder that we had snow around his birthday this year. Although it isn't completely unheard of to get snow in February, it doesn't really happen that often anymore. I was lucky enough to be able to use Charlie with Snowballs for my image, as my dear friend and namesake Tara sent me a wonderful box of goodies over from Canada which included this little cutie! Bet you didn't think I'd be using this one yet, heh T? (I'll be back tomorrow with some piccies of the lovely stash I received).
As well as making Owen a card I also baked him a cake so we can all celebrate with him in the morning. Are you drooling yet, hee hee?
Materials: Image - Whiff of Joy Background Image - received in a RAK Sentiment - computer generated Papers - Basic Grey Granola and Two Scoops Punch - Large Snowflake Woodware, Small Snowflake XCut, Snowflake Border Woodware Colouring - ProMarkers Embellishments - Sticky Gems from my stash Accents - Stickles Glitter Glue
I'll let you know how the cake tasted tomorrow then! :o)
Cardmaking is my passion and I love sharing tips and ideas with other talented crafters. I wake up with ideas buzzing around in my head and go to sleep the same way. My family think I'm bonkers but that's fine by me. I have an ever-growing wishlist, made worse by all the wonderful cards I see when hopping around on a daily basis. I have made some wonderful friends through my hobby, long may it continue!!
Everything on this blog is my own work unless otherwise stated. I am extremely flattered if you take inspiration from the things I make and would be happy to visit you and see your work if you have used my designs as a base for creating your own projects. Please do not copy my unique designs and do not lift my work for competition or publication purposes, as this is a breach of copyright and will be reported accordingly. Thank you.