Wednesday, 9 July 2014

WOYWW 266 - catching up again......

Hi Everyone and welcome to WOYWW again.  I'm still playing catch up here with dialysis being sometimes OK and sometimes definitely not OK......!!!

You can see some of my latest cards in the blog post below this one. 

So what has been on my workdesk then? Well it's a special box card made from A3 size card!!!! Biggest one I've made so far,  but it was for a special friends daughter so I really went to town for her.


The photo is not brilliant but you can get the idea of the card and what was one it, cats, flowers, singing, fish, pawprints, more flowers, bows, letters - I really got my little grey cell working on this one!
 
Hope you like it and I'm now going to have a quick nosey at all your workdesks.
 
Keep smiling and keep crafting!

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow that looks really cute a lucky friend. The colours are nice too!!

Gill x

jan spencer said...

I love those cards in a box, and I love the colours, my fav.

Jan S No 58

Sandy Leigh said...

That's adorable. I hope you keep feeling better! Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #57

Annie said...

Hi Karen. I love the card. Really hoping the dialysis goes ok for you. Thanks for calling by at mine earlier. It's been a busy day but thankfully I've cleared my sewing mountain now :-)
Hugs,
Annie x # 30

Lunch Lady Jan said...

It's fab to hear from you Karen! Glad you're doing ok....
I adore that box card, it's the best I've seen yet :-) love the colour and all the bits and bobs!!
Hugs, LLJ 21 xx

Mrs.D said...

Karen, that cards is absolutely super, one very lucky lady going to receive that.
Good that you are feeling up to crafting, hope you continue to feel well.
Chris #32

irene said...

any friend would be lucky to receive such an adorable hand made card. have a lovely week.

Angela Radford said...

Lovely Pop-Up box card, gorgeous colours and lots of fun.
Have a great week and happy crafting, Angela x #41

Twiglet said...

Fab colours for your project - so clever! x Jo

Wishcraft said...

Your card looks fabulous Karen, really pretty!

You asked about the number shaped cards I made... I started with a set of scalloped numbers from the Silhouette store, welded them together and then made card bases with them... I'm quite new to the Cameo, so I followed a tutorial the first time I did it, but have more or less got the hang of it now :o) Hugs, Lisa x

Jules said...

Hi Karen

A gorgeous card .. .. fabulous shape and colours.

I bet your friend and her daughter were over the moon with it.

Fabby embellishments!

I hope it has been a good week treatment wise for you.

Love Jules xx

glitterandglue said...

Hello Karen. What a beautiful card - it must have taken AGES to make - well done. Thank you so much for taking the time to visit and leave such a great comment for John and I. Yes, a day at a time is the only way with ill health. Some days John gets things done - and others...well, he doesn't. I do trust you are feeling a little better - and that the dialysis goes well each time. My aunt, then my uncle both have been in that position of needing dialysis - a hard thing to endure.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #15

Little K Smith said...

Hi Karen
Sorry it's taken me so long to reply! I stamp my nails with tools I got from the 'MoYou' online shop. You have metal plates with the patterns engraved in them and then you have a rubber stamp tool that puts the pattern on your nails. It's so easy and quick!
Hope this helps :)
Kelly.x

Little K Smith said...

Hi Karen
The sentiment stamps I've used on my Gorjuss Girls cards are, for the top card it's a Woodware stamp and for the other two cards they're from a Lili Of The Valley sentiment set :)
Kelly.x

SARN said...

Hi Karen . . . the stamps I used in my recent blog post are by Hero Arts - CL527 Stitched Frame. x