They’ve done all that hard work so why not give them a lovely keepsake at their graduation? Available with red or yellow trim. http://www.jtcards.co.uk/product/black-gown-with-red-trim-graduation-card/
It is always a delight to send off a card celebrating 70 years of marriage, such a wonderful achievement . Little did I know when I first designed and launched this card on the website how popular it would be. http://www.jtcards.co.uk/product/platinum-hearts-and-bows-platinum-wedding-anniversary-card/
This card has proved to be a popular choice to welcome a New Baby. Available in pink or blue and with the beautiful finish of Centura Pearl card to show off the delicate features of the pram. The flowers are a little fiddly to make but I think they finish the pram off in style. Pearly Pram
I used to meet up with a couple of friends once a week and we would all do some artwork. The easiest thing for me to take was a piece of mountboard and some watercolour pencils. I used them dry and it involved a lot of tap tapping as each piece was worked on. Here […]
Next on the calendar of important events is Mother’s Day on Sunday March 15th. Choose from a selection at www.jtcards.co.uk and beat the rush. Can be printed to say Grandmother or just Someone Special in your life as well as Mother.
Order a card for Valentine’s Day now and beat the rush. You might still have to buy the real thing but this bouquet of roses will be an impressive start.
I would like to wish you all a very Happy New Year and to thank you for all your support
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas
Now we’re getting into the mood (!) here are another couple of Christmas cards, The first one was made using Spellbinders dies and the blue section is cut from blue sparkly felt. A good quality felt cuts really well and adds dimension to your designs.
The second is with the background cut, again using Spellbinders dies, with a Clarity Stamp deer using Flitter glue and silver gilding flakes. Gilding flakes are so effective, once you’ve mastered the art of using them. Before that they end up on the floor, stuck to your fingers, in fact everywhere.