Wednesday 29 December 2010

More Card Making

Whilst Ive been feeling off it, Ive taken to making a few more cards - in fact it has become an obsession again!

Ive been recycling gift wrap etc. The musical notes were the wrapping on Christmas crackers.

Ive been adding glitter and beads, lace and bows.

I have to host a craft class at our WI and so I thought I might get them making these. They are very easy to do and look very effective.


Ticking stripes said...

Lovely cards Diane, Hope you're felling better soon.

cottonreel said...

Clever girl , classy looking cards .--cottonreel

Diane said...

These cards are really beautiful, almost, but not quite, worth being ill for :) Hope you are feeling better. Diane

cieldequimper said...

You should start an online shop but I won't buy the Eiffel Tower! ;-)

two bones and a bagle said...

These are beautiful has given me inspiration - the paris one would be great for my eldest 21st birthday next week - she is going to Paris and Eurodisney. Hope you are soon feeling better.

Sandies' Patch said...

Very Snazzy! The class will be fun no doubt!
I've just posted one of your creations (with the addition of 'Happy Birthday') to my SIL!

Sandie xx

Lisa said...

They look great!
Are you feeling better?
We need to get a different SingStar as I can't seem to sing in tune to any of the songs on the current game we have!
Lisa x

Kathy said...

Your cards are lovely. I especially like the one with the Eiffel Tower. Hope you feel better soon!
Love Kathy xxx

lazylol said...

Sorry to hear you are under the weather Diane, hope you feel better soon x
Fab cards!!

**Anne** said...

Your cards are gorgeous,I love making my own too. I hope you are feeling better soon.
Anne xx

Lyn said...

What a great idea Diane, you'll have them all raiding the recycle bin!
They look very effective, I like the French looking one.

Rosie said...

Very pretty and unusual cards. Love the Parisian one. I'm sure you will be very popular at the WI meeting:)

A garden just outside Venice said...

Everybody seems to love your French too!