Sunday, December 18

Let's Get Personal

I rustled these up in 15 minutes this morning so Dean could give them to his brothers today....

Recipe: Sentiments - Hero Arts / Tools - Provocraft Embossing Folder; Papertrey Ink Dies; Spellbinder Nestabilities Dies

The children are with the in-laws so I will be either wrapping presents, or watching television whilst drinking tea & eating cake....haven't decided yet lol xxx


Tracey said...

Steph, these are amazing!! So simple yet completely gorgeous!! xx

margie c {The Bumble Girl} said...

I love the personal touch, it's so thoughtful and creative! Love the clean and simple look! This is something that I would definitely keep and cherish every holiday season :)
TFS! hugs, margie

Archies Mum said...

They are lovely. I so love the simplicity of your cards. I think thats were I go wrong and why I've hardly made any cards this year. Deans brothers will love them. Hope you enjoyed your child free day.

Katiejane said...

15 mins -that deserves a prize! Great design, perfect male cards.
Katie x
P.S: Lol crochet really is simple, I taught myself! Once you learn a couple of stitches you are away. You should give it a go in the new year (promise you wont feel like a Granny). How did you get on with last years "Cooking" resolution? Domestic Goddess?

ShoKa said...

Beautiful and so personal! I love all your cards! Cheers! :)

Blossom said...

Great cards, love the letters. Have a nice week! Melanie xxx

Melodie said...

Wow, that have become very beautiful. I like this clean & simple versions very much.

perelka111 said...

great cards, Steph:))

Aimes said...

Now if only we could rustle up a meal as scrumptious as these cards in 15 mins eh?! LOL!
Fabulous personalised cards!

Peggy said...

Love the personalised touch, but only 15min !!
Hope you had a great afternoon.


Juls said...

these are fab! Hugs Juls

bonnie said...

Oh I love cards that come together so quickly and perfectly like these....perfect! ;) Hugs x