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Monday, 5 April 2010

2 Easel cards and an apology

Sorry I haven't commented recently on blogs I regularly visit but with all the shows and samples I have had to make recently, life has been hectic.I know how much I enjoy reading comments on my blog.
To top that Mike and I have been on the roof yesterday and today to try and cure just one of the leaks we have. Boarding, tubs of black sticky bitumen and roof felt is the closest I have got to crafting!!!! Hopefully we have solved that problem. Next is the conservatory roof, which leaks in several places (right in the TV in fact!!!). However that is a big job with the whole roof having to come off. We need a few dry days. Seems like an impossible job. I am fed up of having bowls and towels in the floor to catch the rain. Talk about an indoor water feature!!!!
Any way, here are 2 cards I made for card lessons this week. I have made them using an ordinary square blank card. I have folded one side in half to form the easel. My ladies seemed to like this easy method and the cards they made were amazing.
so here are my 2 cards.
hopefully I will be back to normal commenting
Love Sarah XXX
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11 comments:

  1. These are both just beautiful..Love'em.. Hope the weather gets better for you..So you can get all the leaks fixed..
    Hugs, Linda

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  2. These easle cards are both gorgeous Sarah, love the green shades xx

    Fern xx

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  3. Lovely job on these cards. Thank you for playing along with the Papertake Weekly challenge.

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  4. I sure hope the weather gets better so your roof can get fixed. I so hope it doesn't damage the inside of your home!! I feel the same way.. I have been so busy with DT creations and working over time, it's hard for me to get my post up let alone visit blog and comment!! Thank you for all your sweet comments you leave me!! I just love reading them!! These 2 easel cards are just beautiful!!
    Hugs:)'
    Angela

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  5. 2 stunning cards sarah, i love the sentiment on the top one and gorgeous colours.i hope you get your roof sorted out soon.luv coops.xx

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  6. Oh they are gorgeous Sarah!
    hugs
    kim x

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  7. Beautiful cards Sarah!! Thanks so much for joining in our Crafty Creations challenge!
    smiles,Deena

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  8. oh my i hope you get your roof fixed soon. your cards are stunning!! love the cake :) thanks for joining us on simple doodles and crafty creations

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  9. Beautifull cards, these are always very effective. Might do one for class this weekend actually.......hmm, giving me idea's.

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  10. both are very stunning, thanks so much for playing along with the SD challenge.
    Trish

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