A Further 2 Birthday Cards

Birthday Cards For One Of My Sisters

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In my first post of this month I mentioned that several family members have their birthdays in February so I’d have to make a card each from Mam and myself for each of them.

This post is showing the two cards made for one of my sisters.

CRAFTING
What I Did

I sat with my mother and we chose a couple of toppers we liked from some kits I had.  I then chose some papers for matting and layering, and collected together some more of the little flowers and trailing ivy that I’d cut out using dies for a previous project.

I cut the papers to size, at the same time trimming the white paper a little before sticking the sheets, folded in half, as inserts inside the cards.

For the first card I stuck the topper to the mat using fingerlift tape, and then the matted topper to the base card using 1mm deep foam tape.

For the second card I stuck the topper to the mat using 1mm deep foam tape, and then the matted topper to the bae card using fingerlift tape.

I added the flowers and foliage, adding faux gems to the flower centres, and finished off by adding peeloff greetings inside and out.

What I Used
Finished Items

Card 1

Card 2

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And Another 2 Birthday Cards

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Birthday Cards For Yet Another Of My Nephews

In my first post of February I mentioned that several family members had their birthdays during that month so I’d have to make a card each from Mam and myself for each of them.

None of them like fussy or fancy, so I’ve kept the cards I’ve made already quite simple, concentrating on rural to suit the recipients.

CRAFTING
What I Did

I started by scoreing snd folding white cardstock to make 2 A5 base cards. Into these I stuck inserts.

I looked through a pack of topper images with my mother and we chose a couple we thought would be suitable for the recipient.

For the first card I stuck the topper to the mat using fingerlift tape, and then the matted topper to the base card using 2mm deep foam tape.

For the second card I stuck the topper to the mat using 2mm deep foam tape, and then the matted topper to the bae card using fingerlift tape.

I finished off by adding greetings both inside and out.

What I Used
Finished Items

Card 1

Card 2

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Welsh Sympathy Cards

Cardiau Cydymdeimlad – Sympathy Cards

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LIFE

Life is strange for everybody right now.  And one strange thing is not being able to attend funerals, especially of those who are related or who were people who meant a lot to us.

However, modern technology has meant that we can attend those funerals that have been transmitted over the Internet. Not the same as being there in person, but at least the families know that they are not alone.

Mam and I have attended two such funerals in the last couple of months.  One was the funeral of the widow of a person who had been a minister in our chapel while I was growing up.  She’d taught in the Sunday School.  A lovely woman.  The other funeral was of an aunt, the wife of Dad’s brother, who was quite a character.

Of course, these two sad events meant makeing some, always difficult to make, Sympathy Cards.

Today I have those two cards to show you.

CRAFTING
What I Did

I didn’t start off with any particular designs in mind, I just let inspiration guide me as I browsed through my collection of dies and selected random ones that “spoke” to me at the time. I’m afraid I don’t have the details of most of the dies used as I’ve got them in files on magnetic sheets and they’ve long since become separated from the packaging they came in.

I scored and folded in half the white cardstock to makr A5 base cards, anc I inserted an insert into each with fingerlift tape.

I started cutting out the shapes chosen from a variety of cardstock colours and then started placeing them onto the base cards, experimenting with orientation, layer colour order, etc., until I was happy with the look of each card. I did ask Mam’s opinion before finally sticking everything in place.

I put peel-off greetings on the outside and on the inserts.

What I Used
  • A4 sheets 350gsm White Cardstock
  • Assorted Blues and Greys Cardstock – think they might all have been from the same pack I’ve had for some time
  • Sheet of light green paper
  • 2 A4 sheets of good quality white paper for inserts
  • SNAP Die Cutting Machine
  • Assorted Tattered Lace Dies
  • Paper Trimmer and Scorer
  • Fingerlift Tape
  • Glue
  • Sentiment Peeloffs
Finished Items

Card 1

Card 2

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I have more cards and other items made that I haven’t blogged yet, so keep an eye out for them over the next few weeks.

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2 More Birthday Cards

Birthday Cards For Another Of My Nephews

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I’ve already shown you the first 2 cards I made for family members who have their birthday this month.  Today I have 2 more cards for another family member to show you.

CRAFTING
What I Did

I chose pictures I thought the recipient would like.  For one card I chose 2 pictures and cut out a bird on a branch from one to layer onto the other image of a birdbox.

Both images were matted and layered onto a piece of different coloured Adorable Scoreable cardstock.

I scored and folded one sheet of cardstock to make a base card and used another pre-scored, scalloped edge, card.  I found some paper from my stash to use as a background for the smaller image.

I used fingerlift tape to mat the image and then 1mm deep foam tape to stick the matted image onto the card front.  On one card I added border peel-offs before sticking in an insert and putting a greeting on both the front and inside.

What I Used
Finished Items

Card 1

Card 2

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I’ve got more cards, both birthday and sympathy to upload their photos to this blog and write about, so they should be published before long – hopefully!

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2 Birthday Cards

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Birthday Cards For One Of My Nephews

In my first post of this month I mentioned that several family members have their birthdays in February so I’d have to make a card each from Mam and myself for each of them.

None of them like fussy or fancy, so I’ve kept the cards I’ve made already quite simple, concentrating on rural to suit the recipients.

CRAFTING
What I Did

I selected two toppers with a rural/farming theme that I thought my nephew would like.

For the first card I stuck the topper to the mat using fingerlift tape, and then the matted topper to the base card using 2mm deep foam tape.

For the second card I stuck the topper to the mat using 2mm deep foam tape, and then the matted topper to the bae card using fingerlift tape.

I used some peeloffs to decorate the cards and then used a letter stamp set to make up the words Penblwydd Hapus and stamped the greeting on both cards in silver ink.

I also put a greeting on an insert and stuck the insert inside the card.

What I Used
Finished Items

Card 1

Card 2

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I have several bits of different crafting on the go at the moment, so keep an eye out for them over the next few weeks.

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Brysia Wella – Get Well Soon

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Get Well Soon Gift and Card

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With my mother having to go into hospital towards the end of last month I needed to make her a Get Well Soon card.  I also wanted to send her in a little gift, but knew that flowers were not allowed any more.

Therefore, I decided to get out my stash of Forever Flowerz flower makeing stuff and make her one single flower, and to present it in a box I made that had three acetate sides and cardboard with a finish on the other sides – so that it could simply be wiped down with alcohol wipes.

I used one layer from the same flower makeing kit with a glittery gem in the middle, along with offcuts from the cardstock I’d used for makeing the box, to make a simple card.  I’ve not put a greeting on the outside but put an insert inside that I hand wrote my greeting.  Brysia Wella is the Welsh equivelant greeting for Get Well Soon, though Brysia is translated as hurry up, so the greeting is more of a Hurry Up and Get Well.

When Mam went in we couldn’t find her glasses.  It took me several days of searching in her room to finally find them.  She’d broken the beaded glasses chain I’d made for her a while ago, and I was going to give her another as part of her Christmas presant, but as I was going to send the glasses in to her in hospital with a few other bits in a “care package” I decided to make her a new beaded glasses chain now.  (I’d already got the bag with the bits I needed by the bottom of my bed ready for makeing it as “an evening in front of the telly” project.)

Flower In Box

The flower is one of the Forever Flowers Chrysanthemums.  I made it up as per the instructions that came with the kit.

I made up a small cube box from cardstock from my stash as well as construction acetate.  The cube being stuck together using the red lined ultra tacky tape.

I put some Forever Flowerz foliage towards the back of the box before putting in the flower.

Foliage and Flower were stuck in place using hot glue.

Card

I used a pre cut and scored 6″ square base card, trimmed a sheet of foiled cardstock to stick on the front, leaving a border.  I cut a sheet of cardstock that has a sort of glitter embossed floral pattern on it to around half the size of the front and stuck that on.  Both attached using fingerlift tape.

I used some Forever Flowers foliage along with the one flower layer, attaching using Pinflair Glue Gel.  I finished off by adding the flower centre.

Beaded Glasses Chain

I used monofilament, a pack of silver lined green seed beeds and a smaller pack of mixed seed beeds from white to red in colour.  I then attached the glasses holding ends using crimp beads, callots and a jump rings.

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I think I’ll be back to Christmas cards for my next post – not sure yet.  Keep an eye out over the next few days.

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Christmas Cards – 049 to 054

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Christmas Cards

A big thank you to all who have come to have a look at the Christmas Cards I’ve made so far this year.  I do appreciate your visits and comments, though circumstances have made it difficult for me to get enough time to visit every blog post made by crafting friends I do try and visit the craft groups I’m in on Facebook to keep up with your creations – and I am so impressed and wish I had half the tallent and patience that some of you have.

This time I have more Nativity cards to show you.  They are a little bigger than the last batch, A5 instead of 6″ square, and this lot have different dimensional elements on them.

What I Did

The card blanks I’ve used this time were pre-cut and scored A5 white base cards.

The toppers are again from Debbi Moore’s Nativity collection.  For some I just used papers and single topper layers raised using foam, for others I used decoupage – the whole collection includes matchit dies so that items can be cut out to layer without having to use a scissors, although some scissor work for less intricate shapes was involved in the creation of these cards.

After cutting, I built up the different cards, some layers using flat tape, some using foam tape, and some using glue gel.

I then added “Nadolig Llawen” peeloffs.

I finished off by putting a simple insert with the same greeting printed in black onto 120gsm paper on the inside.

I stamped my details onto the back to finish.

What I Used
Finished Cards

As I said in a previous Christmas card post – I’m numbering the Christmas cards I’m blogging this year so that I’ll know exactly how many I’ve made in total by Christmas.

049.

050.

051.

052.

053.

054.

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Got to do the November page for Mam’s calendar next, but then I’ll be back with more Christmas Cards.

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Christmas Cards – 043 to 048

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Christmas Cards

Hi all! Time to show you some more of the Christmas cards I’ve made so far this year.

This time I have Nativity cards to show you.  I do like having a good lot of Christmas Cards showing scenes from the Nativity – after all, that is what Christmas is all about.

What I Did

The cards in this batch are all simple and similar.  They are flat and 6″ square so will go through the post using a standard letter stamp to save postage.

I’ve used flat toppers cut from a Debby Moore kit for each one.  Matted the images onto cardstock and stuck to the front of pre cut and scored base cards.

I then added “Nadolig Llawen” peeloffs.

I finished off by putting a simple insert with the same greeting printed in black onto 120gsm paper on the inside.

I stamped my details onto the back to finish.

What I Used
Finished Cards

As I said in a previous Christmas card post – I’m numbering the Christmas cards I’m blogging this year so that I’ll know exactly how many I’ve made in total by Christmas.

The inside of each of these is the same –

043.

044.

045.

046.

047.

048.

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I’m slowly working my way through the task of makeing Christmas cards now so expect to see more before the end of the week.

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Christmas Cards – 037 to 042

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English Christmas Cards

Hi all! Time to show you some more of the Christmas cards I’ve made so far this year.

As you have probably realised by now, if you’ve visted my blog a few times, the majority of the cards I make, whether for Christmas or other occasions, are Welsh cards.  But I do make a small number in English for some customers who want them.  The batch I’ve got to show you today is half a dozen English Christmas cards.

What I Did

As this is another batch of cards made using Hunkydory Christmas Collections from this year and last year you can find out what I did on the first post of the series – Here!

What I Used
Finished Cards

As I said in a previous Christmas card post – I’m numbering the Christmas cards I’m blogging this year so that I’ll know exactly how many I’ve made in total by Christmas.

037.

Outside

Inside

038.

Outside

Inside

039.

Outside

Inside

040.

Outside

Inside

041.

Outside

Inside

042.

Outside

Inside

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Well, my number of Christmas cards is slowly going upwards.  I still need to make more though.

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Christmas Cards – 031 to 036

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Christmas Cards

Hi all! Time to show you some more of the Christmas cards I’ve made so far this year.

What I Did

As this is another batch of cards made using Hunkydory Christmas Collections from this year and last year you can find out what I did on the first post of the series – Here!

What I Used
Finished Cards

As I said in a previous Christmas card post – I’m numbering the Christmas cards I’m blogging this year so that I’ll know exactly how many I’ve made in total by Christmas.

031.

Outside

Inside

032.

Outside

Inside

033.

Outside

Inside

034.

Outside

Inside

035.

Outside

Inside

036.

Outside

Inside

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So, that’s three dozen Christmas cards I’ve shown you so far.  Got a few more batches to show you already made but not photographed yet, as well as a lot more I need to make.  Keep an eye out for them in the coming week or so.

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  • You can see the cards I’ve made using design sheets from CUP in my “Crafter Showcase Area” on Craftsuprint.com – here
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