Monday, January 28, 2008

A little bit of 'enabling'...

Today hasn't been a good day for my poor back so I have consoled myself with window shopping and a few purchases from my favourite digi stores :)
Have I told you all to visit Kay Miller's fabulous digi store? She designs the most fabulous digital kits. Now I'm not a very technical person, but anyone can print out a few papers and cut out a couple of elements and glue them all together right? So that was what I was doing at the weekend with her new kit Love You Bunches.







Whilst I was looking for those images on my hard drive I found this card that i hadn't shared with you, it's made with Kay's All Organic kit.
Now, do you know any boys - or girls who would like to be boys come to that! If you do then you need to go to Daisie Company and buy Don Tate's rocket digi kit. It has the sweetest rockets, spaceships and spacemen that are just perfect for boy things. What are you waiting for? Go and buy!!!!!!




Over at Prima I've been playing with all sorts of lovely goodies and there are plans afoot for excitement next week. Last week my Mam's Uncle died, he was the last of 4 brothers and the family found this photograph that had never been seen before. It's my Great Grandmother and her 4 sons, the one at the front on the right was my Grandad. I did a bit of touching up in Photoshop and made the picture into these lovely cards for my Mam to send to our other relatives so that we all have a copy of the photograph.


I've just got time to share this card that has sat half finished in my pile of 'stuff' for over 2 weeks but I finally finished it off and I love it. It was one of those things that you start without a plan and can't quite see where it's going or what to do next. I'm glad I left it and came back to it.


5 comments:

lyzzydee said...

Love the forgotten Orgasmic card, its beautiful!

Cath said...

Where on earth do you find the time!?????
Amazing

Regina Easter said...

wow, i so love your cards...great job...

Dolly Mixtures said...

Such gorgeous cards you've made here. Thanks for the link to Kay Miller's sight - love her kits too!

Desaree said...

As always what beautiful cards! There are So Many great ideas here that I'm having trouble which way to go! Each card I make takes over an hour just trying to decide what should go where.
You have a great gift.
Desaree