Quick Cards Made Easy are trying to become world record holders for making the worlds biggest handmade card. They are asking for handmade cards which must be yellow to be made and sent in so that they can put them all together and form the shape of a giant Pudsey Bear for Children in Need. Now this weeks challenge over at Papertake Weekly is to make a yellow card then send it to Stephanie who in turn will send all of the cards she receives in to QCME and she has promised to donate 25pence per card that she receives for this challenge, how kind!! So what are you waiting for get making those yellow cards if you haven't already done so.
Here is a quicky from me, as I have been busy baking away today and haven't had much time to play. The image is a download from Pink Petticoat it was one I had left sitting on my desk from when I made the teachers pressies and cards at the end of last term. It's quite plain but I tried a few things in the corners and they didn't look right, I think it looks ok though. The wooly coat etc is glittered but it doesn't show in the picture!I have been lucky enough to receive another award from my dear friend Becky she is so sweet and is going through a confidence low at the moment, lord knows why her cards are fabulous. She has just won the poetry competition in QCME where you had to add a poem onto the front of your card, Becky's card was excellent with a poem she had written herself, and thoroughly deserved to win. So keep an eye out for her card in the next issue (I think it will be in this one?) so Well Done Becky and thank you so much for the award and send it straight back to you as you to brighten my day ;0)