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Sunday, 6 February 2011

Truly Scrumptious # 50

Started this on Friday night after tea before getting Shannon from work at 9pm and Sophie from her friends at 9.30pm and then thought I could make two of these cards and they would do for anniversary cards for our parents.  So got them finished last night.
My mum and dad's 44th anniversary is on the 25th March and hubby's mum and dad's 45th anniversary is on the 17th March (St Patrick's Day). 
I have wanted to use this image but didn't know what for and this seemed appropriate.  Although hubby thought I was maybe pushing it a bit and telling them they were "old." 
I wish I had got this image two  years ago as it would have suited hubby's grandparents better.  They were 94 and 97 when they passed away and this image would have suited them so well.

I am only entering my card into one challenge this time :-
Truly Scrumptious # 50 - A Sketch




I have left the message inside blank as I am looking on the internet for a nice anniversary quote or sentiment to add.



Cardblank - Craftwork Cards
Cardstock - Paper Mill
Patterned Papers - K & Co
Image - Stampavie - Mo Manning
Coloured with Distress Inks
Ribbon - Making Memories
Gems - Mei Flower
Woodware Punch
Nestabilities

Thanks for popping by and visiting.  Your comments are very much appreciated.  Hope everyone has had a good weekend.

Took Hollie to the cinema this afternoon to see Disney's Tangled.  Was very good although I cried at the end. Yes, I even cry at Disney films. Shannon and Sophie went to see A Little Bit of Heaven, I think that is what it is called and when Shannon came out, you knew she had been crying and Sophie said she cried throughout the film. Both said it was a very good film and they enjoyed it.

Must go and get the dinner started as hubby has been working in the new shop to try and get it ready for opening in about a weeks time.  Still getting nowhere with the loss assessors so we have contacted our insurance company directly to try and get it sorted. 

11 comments:

*mieke* said...

Hi Donna,
Again a wunderfull card and I love the colors and it is a lovely immage!
Thank girl for the award you gave to me and I accepted it and posted it on my blog today!
I am honored that you gave it also to me...
Love from Mieke

Katina said...

Hi Donna,
Love these cards and I think they'll raise a few smiles from your parents and in-laws! My silver wedding anniversary is in September and, although I'm only in my early 50s, I'd laugh if I got one of these. Mind you, some days I feel ancient! Reading about you dashing here and there makes me feel tired, lol!! Good luck with the shop. x

dolcreations said...

These two cards are going to be so well received...first you have made them and they are simply gorgeous...and second, the image is sure to bring a smile to their faces. I know I love this image. I just love the soft paper colours and I LOVE how you finished off the inside..beautiful work as always!

Melly said...

Oh Donna
This is just fab! They are just going love it!
Check here for some sentiments
http://www.imag-e-nation.com/
They have great sentiments for everything!
I'm the same honey, cant control myself if something is even a little bit sad! I even start if emmerdale is sad hee!
Got my fingers crossed things with the shop will be sorted this week for you!!
Hugs Melly xxx

Liz's creative corner said...

Hi Donna, great cards hun, I bet they will love them, it's lovely to see the inside too, thanks for your visit, hugs Liz xx

Fleur said...

Gorgeous cards Donna, I love this image it's so sweet
Hugz fleur xXx

Mina said...

fabulous Donna, I love this Mo's image and Im sure your parents will love it...March much be wedding central as my 35th Anniversary is in March too
Mina xxx

debby4000 said...

Adorable, gorgeous card Donna.
luv
Debby

Granny P said...

You are brave! I'd stand well back for fear of getting a clip around the ear. Good thing your mum has a sense of humour.
Can't keep up with all your posts - loving all the cards. Doing the insides makes such a difference too.
By the way if you want to try out the Grand Calibur anytime give me a shout.

Janet said...

Fab card......great image! Yes I can even cry at a sad advert......now how sad is that! lol x

Kezzy said...

I love the cards, the image is fab and I love the colour scheme as well.