Monday 20 July 2015

Herd you had a birthday!

Papers- Teresa collins She Said.
White wool felt.

Hi everyone! 
I'm back with a 2nd post for today because I so wanted to share my DTDF inspiration post. Its another of the makes I did for the Die Cutting Essentials 4 magazine.

Our brief was ladies birthday cards using the new Die Namics Build able blooms stamps and Die Namics Build able blooms die set. And we had a gorgeous summery colour palette to follow too. I used my flower dies nd stamps to make some clouds and a sunshine to show how versatile the sets are!it was so much fun to put together and of course, the felt cut like butter for the little textured clouds.

I used one of my favourite stamp sets to go with my card this time, The Whole Herd stamp set. Its just so sweet and I adore the sentiments! they are just perfect!

Right, got to go! today was so busy with Little Mo's hospital appointment which ended up lasting 1hr 15mins while his 2 DRs decided what to do for the best for Mo. But they were amazing and very thorough and have decided to hold off on surgery for 6 months to see how Mo goes, unless he gets really sick again in which case they have given us a number to ring to sort out a quick little op to see what is going on.

Thank you for popping in, Hugs Lou xx

Bella hearts Bronte.....

Papers- T-Dawg wordbook from Funky Hand.
Morning everyone!

Its my turn to post over on the Dream Team blog today and seeing as we spent our saturday on Little Mo's sweetie stall raising pennies for our local RSPCA at the fun dog show I just had to use  Bella hearts Bronte. There were so many gorgeous dogs there and Mo loved it. He raised a whopping £27.20 selling his little 20p mixes and 10p lollies and you would honestly of thought that penny jar he took to them at the end was full of gold, he was so proud of himself.

We are off to the hospital today for Mo's tummy appointment and I am so hoping it has got a bit better and they don't need to look into surgery so keep your fingers crossed for us!!

And don't forget!! over at Mo's Digital Pencil its....
Hugs Lou xx