Sunday, 28 February 2010

Another 50th Birthday

I have a friend who has been driving a very bright yellow car for some time, and has decided to change it... for a pinky red one! Her excuse is that it is easier to spot it in the car park! She will be 50 tomorrow, so when I saw this digistamp from Bugaboo, I just had to get it! I coloured it with promarkers. The swirly stamp is paper artsy and the flower is punched from MME papers. Thanks for looking!

9 comments:

  1. Fab card, Sally. Absolutely perfect for your friend. She'll love it. x

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  2. Hi Sally

    Love the sentiment, can really identify with that one.

    Was great seeing you all yesterday and yummy cake as well.

    B x

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  3. Great card Sally. Your friend will love it. I had to smile though, would have thought a yellow car was really easy to spot!!

    Lisax

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  4. Love this bugaboo image!! I MUST hurry up and make a card with the ones I have !! Lovely card! I have a pink Piglet on my ariel so I can see my car in a car park!!! It used to have hundreds of Mr Men...but people would stop and take pictures...! good way of finding your car tho'!
    (Lyn)

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  5. Brilliant card, and sadly that sentiment is oh so true lol. Love that bugaboo image.
    Pinky

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  6. Hi Sally

    Great image. Your friend will love it!!!

    Please to hear that you had a good day yesterday.

    Can't wait to see all your lovely goodies appear on your blog.

    Are you on overtime this week to make up your bank balance?

    Love Jules xx

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  7. A really fun card, thanks for your comment on the red and black evening gown card and note book, it isn't a stamp, it's a topper, it's from Kanban if it helps.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  8. Brilliant, Sally, I love it!

    Love
    Lesley Xx

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  9. lol that quote is priceless!

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