Monday, 16 June 2014

Getting Around To It......

You know what it's like, good intentions and all.
I've been meaning to post photos of the swaps from Telford last month, then I got caught up making a few little bits for sale at the Salvation Army fun day the other week. This weekend it was Fathers Day. Throw into the mix a couple of weddings, a few birthdays.......and those good intentions just flew right out of the window without me realising!
I did get some items onto my facebook page but am sharing on here now in an effort to get up to date.
Here are the wedding cards - very simple but I didn't want them too busy.
One in Wisteria Wonder, the other in Crumb Cake carstock. The stamp is now retired - it was one of our Valentines stamps called Flowerfull heart.
These are some of the little teacher gifts that I made for the Salvation Army fun day. Each holds two teabags - I expect the teachers will be very grateful of a refreshing cup or two by the end of term!
                                                 
So sorry to see this lovely little stamp, 'Look Up To Father', retiring.
Perfect to send to my Dad on Fathers Day. Although he did ask if the part of the sentiment about height was aimed at him now he's older and not as tall! I threatened not to make him any more cards.......I think he was secretly grateful!!!
Also, retiring is the ever useful Woodgrain stamp which has been used here as a background. Trying hard not to be cross that some of my favourites are going - the new catalogue is full of fabulous new stamps that will soon become new favourites!
Here's my Stampers 10 thank you card for June. Loving the new Work of Art stamp set and the gorgeous new In  Colours....
What do you think of the new colours then? That Blackberry Bliss is almost good enough to eat.
If you'd like to see more of our new products they will all be in the 2014 Annual Catalogue which is released 1st July. To find out how to get your copy, contact me - details in the right side bar.
I'll be back shortly with those Telford swaps that I've promised. Thanks for stopping by. 

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