Beardie Bows

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Majik Says Thank You!

Hi everyone,

I hope everyone is well and staying warm in this awful cold weather here in the UK.

I have a quick share with you all today ~ if you are a regular follower of my blog you will already have formed the opinion that I am completely mad as far as my dogs go, but this extends to the rest of my family and Majik got a card and a cheque off her 'Nan' (my Mom) for her Birthday!!!!

Being a very polite Beardie she insisted on sending a Thank You card in return, which I was duly commissioned to make ....



The brief was for the card to be simple in design but to convey the message succinctly.

This is what I came up with, Majik was chuffed to bits and so was my Mom - lol.

CARD RECIPE

Image: Inkadinkado 'Paw Print' (sadly I can't find a supplier of this stamp now)
Cardstock: Bazzil Basics
Sentiment: Papertrey Ink ~ 'Happy Trails'
Ink Used on Image: Memento ~ 'London Fog'

I would like to enter this card into the following challenge:

365 Cards ~ Day 84 ~ 'Time's Up'

Thank you for stopping by today ~ have a nice evening.

8 comments:

chrissy xx said...

If Majik got a prezzie for her birthday..She should send a Thank You card back! It's shows you've brought her up with good manners... This is FABulous..really made me smile...LOve the image.
Chrissyxx

Michelle said...

What a lovely card!

Marianne said...

Isn't that gorgeous! What a lovely card.
xxx Marianne

Sharon said...

This is so cute. I bet Majik is so chuffed with his card.
Hugs Sharon x

debby4000 said...

Oh this is so cute and so clever.
luv
Debby

Crafty Lark said...

Clever Majik, great card. xx Flora

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