Monday, 7 April 2008

va va voom or 'vroom'!!

Another couple of cards today, mum phoned this morning, she is still unwell, she reminded me that it is my auntie's birthday tomorrow. Ooppss I forgot, I have a birthday book that I look in regulary to check upcoming birthdays, then go and forget half of them!! I did the same thing with Bil's last month! Still my auntie went on holiday today so she's not to know I didn't drop her card in on her birthday is she?!?

Such a quick simple card, and knowing my auntie's love of flowers (she is a qualified demonstrator) this is just right!

The following card is for the latest Cute Cards challenge, which is 'planes, trains and automobiles' I received this image from Jilli as part of my PIF candy and I am loving this card at the moment

I made up the inserts to the baby cards I had made, and packed them up in their cello bags and took them up to the shop along with 10 other childrens cards from my storage box. She had sold 3 so far and said people were glad to see she had cards to and said they would know where to go when they needed any, so that was good news. She had also sold our child bed with safety rail and also the cot bed which was brilliant news.

Well it's all systems go for the builders to start in the morning, so fingers crosssed we will be up to roof height by the end of the week.

8 comments:

My Little Space said...

great cards Joanne, love the scooter.....very funky card!

Mandy

Andrea, said...

2 fab cards, love the scooter. Hope your mum will be better soon

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow wonderful cards. Great work.

Jacqueline van der Sar said...

Great card, that really has "styl!"

LazyKay said...

Two very different but both beautiful cards. I love that showy flower! The girl looks tres chic (don't test me any further on my language skills).

xxxxxxx

Jilli said...

Love the card, I like what you've done with the PIF!

Deb said...

great card Joanne, love the image, such fun!

thank you for joining in the CCT challenge

Esther said...

beautiful cards =)

Saw ur link from sally's blog.