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A Card for Grandma


Another chilly morning today although we have seen a little glimpse of sun, but not for long. Very peaceful in my house this morning - the boys have gone to Sunday School and then they have their nativity practice so I've got another hour before I pick them up! This will be another quick posting as it's Grandma's birthday today (my mother-in-law) so when I've picked the boys up, we have to have a quick lunch and then off to see the birthday girl(!), so thought I'd post the card I made for the boys to give her.

It's Penny Black's sweet little elephant and I've coloured it using Brushables and added a little glitter to the daisies. It's mounted on pink Bazzill c.s. with foam pads and has some East of India ribbon, a prima flower and a Dovecraft brad attached to it. I can't remember what make the grey paper is on the card as I've had it for ages!

Hope to be able to share something else very soon but because it's a little pressie for a friend of mine who reads my blog (yes, you know who you are!!), I won't be able to put the photo on for a little while! Hope you all have a relaxing Sunday.

Comments

funky doodles said…
beautiful card really pretty and the elephant is adorable :)
Jose said…
A jumbo for lucky Grandma, cute card Jo
Conibaer said…
Beautiful card! That elephant is so cute! great job!

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