for one of my nephews who is a life long West Ham football supporter!
I then crocheted the two row repeat pattern until I reached the desired length.
half trebles, one row of slip stitch and one row of half trebles.
5 in ‘Plum’ and 4 in 'Turquoise'
The theme this month is 'Flowers'
Today, I am sharing the birthday card I made for my great niece.
She still very much likes playing tennis (along with other sports), so I was
pleased to find this image online to use.
Today I am sharing the card I made for my friend’s birthday
competition last year, but have not used until now.
Today, I am sharing the blanket/throw I crocheted for my sister earlier this year.
I made it using the pattern for the Sweet Winter blanket, designed
by Sue Rawlinson also known as ‘Sweetpea Family’ on Facebook and Instagram
Sharing a 'clean and simple' card today made for a friend
who celebrated his birthday earlier this month.
I used Pinterest again to give me some inspiration, which I
seem to be lacking at the moment.
I used the deckle squares to cut a panel in white card, glued it to the
card base, then cut half a square in grey and glued that on top.
Using my Misti stamping platform, I stamped the birthday sentiment in
I die-cut the 'happy' in black card and black 3d foam, glued them
together and positioned it at an angle above the stamped birthday.
The products I have used are:
My Favourite Things - Label Maker Sentiments #1
Lawn Fawn Script - Happy
Deckle edge square dies - Brand unknown
The theme this month is
'SHEEP Thrills Wanted' - Add one or more sheep to your project
I was recently asked by a friend if I could make some table place cards
for a special birthday lunch.
The colour scheme for the event was rose gold, and I found some
lovely glitter card in Hobbycraft to use.
My friend also came up with the idea to include her guests menu choices
on the inside of the card. This helped with everyone knowing what they
had pre-ordered and of course when folded over, it helped the waiting staff too!