My son came home last night from work and asked if I would make a card for his work for someone who has their birthday on Thursday. I said I wasn't sure but I'd try. Thankfully I'd received my new Debbi Moore Designs Art Deco Christmas CD and decided I would use of the lovely lady images for the card. That was a bad idea - why you ask - I spent about half an hour trying to decide which gorgeous one to choose. In the end I chose one of my favourites - a lady in green - and for those of you that know me I HATE green and have done since I was young and at one stage I wouldn't even eat green sweets but she is so magical.
Again, the card had to be A4 and as I had decorated the envelope of the first card I made for them and the second I had to do it on the third. This time I used the topper sheet and just cut it up and set it out nicely. I think it's a lot nicer to decorate the envelope when it's a card being given at work. The main image on the card I used the snapshot tool and then sent it straight to print from there and she's gorgeous. I luckily had some gorgeous green/blue ribbon that I won in the Ribbon Oasis' Blog Candy a while back and this matched perfectly. I finished the card off with some card candy, a sentiment, some 50's strategically put on the card but not the front as not everyone likes numbers on cards and some blue/green fibres.
All I want to do now is ....................... keep it!!! It has though been packed away in two jiffy bags for my son to take into work in the morning.