Friday, 31 October 2008

Come on you Blues!!!



I had a commission from a friend, well Pauls friend really, her family are like Paul all Chelsea supporters, She wanted large cards, so I did 8x8 inch square ones and put them in boxes, she wanted a Chelsea theme, amd oh am I glad I have Junie for a friend, Junie very kindly did me a backing paper, I used the Quickutz Revolution Football Die that i got from Craftsulove, my card blank i got from Craftworkcards, The first card I used cricut plantin cartridge for the fonts, and the luverly jelly tots from craftworkcards, and of course junies backing paper. The second card I used the footie die, and attached a strip of acetate on the back to make it bounce, the wording on the pc .... Hope you likey...

5 comments:

  1. Well done smartie pants, its well cool. What is it wiv footy cards this week xx

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  2. Gorgeous cards Kim and well done on the personalisation, they're brill :) Donna x

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  3. these are brillaint kimmie, a great idea with the football:)

    sue
    xx

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  4. Great idea for the boys. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  5. Superooney cards Kim, great for boys and girls alike who are footie nuts, xxx

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