Last week (12th September) we became the proud owners of a lovely rescue dog! We've named him Chesney and he's a handsome tan/white Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He's very obedient and got on really well with my grandsons which was a relief!
He was about to be put down when a wonderful place called Rescue Remedies in Sussex rescued him in August. He has been microchipped and neuteured and he is so well behaved for an 18 month old dog.
Onto some cards I've made now............
This is the card I made for my eldest daughter Vikki and her hubby James's 10th Wedding Anniversary. It was a cream base card to which I added some black scroll writing & roses paper that I covered in some fine netting.
I then added a pink embossed paper that I placed a black velvet bow and a kissing couple on! I added a pink heart that had moveable gold and red hearts inside it.
A gold 'Happy Anniversary' stick on sentiment and to finish I placed 3 diamontes in the bottom right hand corner.
We had a great time at their party and a wonderful meal out the next day with all my family there, so was quite special!
Here is a card that I made for my friend Sue who asked if I had a card for a baby boy - I didn't have one, so made this up for her on the spot!
It has a blue base card to which I added some patchwork squares paper then cut out the words 'BABY' and placed it diagonally on the card.
I cut out a little boat, bottle and dungarees that I added. then I stamped 'Congratulations' on some yellow paper and placed at the top. When I handed it to her she was delighted!