Sunday, 2 September 2007

DCM Dare & 90th Bday card

Haven't done a DCM dare for a couple of weeks, but I loved Lythan's Welsh Barbers theme : So... a trio of Welsh Barbers means that on your card you need to have 3 die cuts!( Dai is a common Welsh nickname for David and as there are a lot of Dai's around they are known by their jobs so a Welsh barber would be known as Dai Cuts. I'll get my coat.)


I don't have many die cuts as I just got my Cuttlebug last week but the circles are in 3 different sizes! The big circles for the tag I had to handcut.

This is the card I have made for my MIL to give to DH's uncle who is 90 at the end of September.

12 comments:

  1. Really love the colours you have used on the first card. The 90 card is great too.

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  2. 2 great cards. The verse in the 90th is lovely.

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  3. Two gorgeous cards - particularly love the 90 one - I'm sure it will be well received.

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  4. Well done Janice, these cards are lovley. I do like those MM papers - my fave colours....

    Ooooh and a Big Welcome to your new Cuttlebug - won't be long till you have loads of dies and embossers, I'll bet!

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  5. love those cards. And enjoy the cuttlebug - there are so many lovely things you can do with it!

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  6. Oh really love your DCM card Janice, lovely design and colour combo!

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  7. Two beautiful cards! clever you!

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  8. Both great cards Janice!!

    Have fun with your Cuttlebug!!

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  9. Great way to use the ribbon to make the circle die cut into a rosette Janice. Lovely colours too, so serene and calm.

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  10. Two fab cards Janice, have fun with your new CB.

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