Saturday, 27 February 2016

Some Grandma stuff

Hello my lovely blog friends, hope your weekend has got off to a good start...have had a lovely peaceful afternoon with hubby out, Megan at work and Cameron upstairs killing aliens on his X-box and this gave me the perfect opportunity to finish my Mother's Day cards. My own card for my Mum is going to be a DT card so I will post that later next month, but am sharing now, the card that I made for my Mum from the kids.

today's card features:
  • Sentiment created using Rochester font
  • spellbinders fancy circle die
  • dovecraft eau de nil papers
  • Frantic Stamper Terrier die (was a gift from a very dear craft friend)
  • button, chiffon ribbon and dome stickers from stash
I would like to enter this into
crafty catz weekly challenge - special lady - at least two on this page!

On the subject of "Grandma's" I just wanted to share a little snap with you of our adorable grand-daughter, Erin, which I took on our recent visit......cue sad face, as she lives soooo far away :(


  1. What a lovely card Lisa and the little doggy looks fab!! I can't believe how Erin has grown...what a little beauty!! xx

  2. Gorgeous card Lisa and what a fabulous photo of the little one x

  3. Sweet card, love the doggie, thanks for joining us at Allsorts this time, xxx
    Cute ic too, so sad when they live away from us.

  4. Wonderful creation and I adore the font. Thank you for sharing with us at Allsorts and good luck in the challenge.

  5. Oh what a little darling Erin is xx

    Love your card :-)

  6. Lovely card Lisa, I love the little dog. Erin is cute too. Tinaxx

  7. Beautiful card Lisa. I love the blue & white together..very soft. And your granddaughter is ADORABLE! hugs, Pat K x

  8. That's a really beautiful card! Thank you for playing at this week's Sketch Saturday!

  9. Beautiful card,love the layout and attention to detail

    Thank you for sharing with us at Crafty Catz

    Tracey DTxx


thank you for stopping by, and taking time to leave a comment, always very much appreciated, Lisa xx