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Sunday, 6 September 2009

Quick & Easy Cards Part 1

Good Morning everyone,

Hope your having an enjoyable Sunday morning?

I am I'm making cards just now and then off to see my Nana & Granddad.

Here are a couple of quick and easy cards I have been making this morning, this is a little project I'm gonna do with my cousin Rachael she'll love it.


Love Sarah xxx


angie's blogspot said...

ooh I like those sarah, was the a paper arsty stamp? I have those somewhere, lovely cards x

Sarah McCrossan said...

Hello My dear,
Thanks for your kind comment, I'll pop you in the hat!
The paper is the new Bo Bunny "tis the season" I am so loving it!
The whole range is just fab, will post some photo's of the range later!
Take Care,
Love Sarah xx

Joyce said...

Hi Sarah,
Lovely cards .. must check out the papers. Missed seeing you today .. should have been at the D.B. Design Studio but so sorry that it was cancelled, was really looking forward to it! Not to worry; enjoying reading your blog, but rather hoped I might have been able to sample the famous 'Brownies'!

ewanmccrossan said...

Hey Joyce,
I'm real sorry about today, I was unfortunate!
However this class is repeted 10.10.09, so if you still want to come, transfer to that one!

Don't worry about the brownies, Ewan bakes them for all my classes, and you will be in for a chance to win the Blog Candy with browines, for leaving such lovely comments.

Hope to see you very soon,
Love Sarah xxx

Joyce said...

Aw Sarah, I know about the 10th Oct .. just can't go that day .. but will catch up soon!

Joyce xx

gibmiss said...

hI sarah

love your quick and easy cards they are fab looking forward to seeing you in nov and the brownies and of course Ewan


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gocanucksgo said...

Fantastic looking cards. I'm ready for christmas!! I love the colours in the last one =)

Max said...

Oh Sarah,
I love the simple tree cards and could imagine that idea being perfect for a wee production line.