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Throw Back Thursday – Thanks card

Hello everyone!

What a busy few days, eh? I have posted brand new projects and layouts almost every day for the last 8 days!! Time for a rest 🙂 That’s why I thought today I would bring you a Throw Back Thursday with a card from a couple of years ago.

I made this card for the carers of my twins at nursery. Eric and Elisa were moving to the next class at nursery and the carers had done such a great job with them that I felt like I needed to say Thanks (and also gave them a massive box of chocolates, they deserved them!).

Thanks card

I still love this card. Sometimes I look at some of my early creations and I cringe a bit, but you can see that by now (this is May 2015) my style had evolved pretty much to where it is now. I used my scrapbooking supplies, like thickers and cardstock.

Anyway, I hope you like it and read you very soon!

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My first cardmaking adventure

It all started in early 2009, when I was adamant to save some money making my own wedding stationery. Let me tell you a secret: making your own wedding stationery, when you have no previous crafty experience, can be really expensive!
But I managed in the end. Hundreds of pounds and several visits to Hobbycraft later, I finished all my wedding invitations, order of the day books, menus for the tables, table numbers, table seating plan, name place cards and wedding favours.
Back then there was no Pinterest, so it took some real digging in the internet world to get inspiration. I knew the colour scheme that I wanted, but I had no real idea of what the invitations needed to look like. We settled for a simple design, although finding the right way to execute that design took many failed attempts!
Hindsight is a beautiful thing, and right now there are so many things that I would do differently! But, as I have said many times before, crafting is a process that takes time to master!

Wedding invitation Order of the day
Menus Name place cards