Oh, what a day. I had some very sad news this morning that my oldest friend had finally lost her battle with cancer. She was 70 and had been very happily married for 50 years. This last week she had gone really downhill so I had been expecting her to go any day but it doesn't make it any easier to deal with. At least she isn't suffering any longer. Thanks to all my Facebook friends who have left me such supportive comments.
I was meant to be selling at a craft fair today but just couldn't face it, especially as it was outside and the weather is so changeable. I have kept myself busy and have come up to my craftroom and thought I would share these cards with you. Those who know me well will be very surprised to see no layers or embellishments. I have been making some 4" cards to sell in packs of two. I have several sheets of the Penny Black transparent stamps which I love but some of the images are quite small, but perfect for these little cards. I wasn't sure if I could use Promarkers on them stamped direct on to the cards but they worked perfectly. I added some faux stitching with a fineliner around each one. Sometimes it is good to try something completely different.
Penny Black and more at Allsorts Oh so cute
Penny Black No patterned papers
PaperPlay Animal antics
Papertake A stitch in time
This is my second post today. Please scroll down for a Humphrey card. I must say I am quickly getting used to the new blogger interface and I like it.