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Eric cordially invites you....

Where has the weekend gone? We had a lovely time...decorating, walking on the beach and out for Sunday lunch but now it's back to normal. No work tomorrow but I have to stay in to wait for the Gas Engineer to come and check my heating.

Was busy last week making some invitations for Sam's birthday party and here's what I came up with.

I used Eric from TGF, coloured with Promarkers. Papers are mostly K & Co Hopscotch although a couple of others may have crept in! Sentiment and inside stamp are MFT and balloon stamp is a very old old in fact, I can't remember who made it! Added some string/raffia and plenty of stitching.

And here's a couple of group shots!!

Coffee time now I think, and then bed. Have a great week everyone.


Deb said…
what fabulous invitations Jo, I get bored after making one so mine have to be alot simpler! hugs Debx
fairymadjo said…
hi hun,
wow there brill:) hope he has lovely birthday huggs jo x
Debi said…
What adorable invitations. You did an amazing job on them. Awesome invitations!!
debby4000 said…
Oh they're adorable.
Jose said…
Great invitations Jo, that year has gone quickly, I have Sams card done will need to post it tomorrow, as we are off on Tuesday for a while

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