Thursday, October 4, 2012

Hilary's 70th

My parents live in a tiny village in rural Suffolk, England. When they moved to Elmsett, their neighbours popped in to welcome them and now, 20 years later they are still popping in for coffee, glasses of wine, supper parties, trips to the pub, you name it really! They were around when my daughter was born, they have walked our dog, we even saw the Millennium in with them. You could say we go 'way back'. Well Hilary's 70 on the 6th so I wanted to make a 'special' card for her. This one's special because there's so much bloody hand cutting involved!!! A labour of love, you could call it. Happy 70th, Hilary. See you on our next visit home!

I haven't been able to edit these pics, or add my watermark. I have a new laptop and the photo editing software isn't installed yet ... but you get the idea :)
Stamps : Memorable Moments, Papaya Collage
Ink : Crumb Cake, Raspberry Ripple, Primrose Petals, Old Olive
Cardstock : Very Vanilla, Raspberry Ripple, Crumb Cake
Accessories : Labels Collection Framelits, Large Oval Punch, Paper Snips, 1/2 Pearl, Sponge


chantal said...

Votre carte est magnifique. J'adore!!!
Elle est sur Pinterest.

Debra said...

Very gorgeous!

Jayne Stenstrom said...

Absolutely breathtaking, Emma!

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