Happy Days !

It seems that a few people are a little concerned about my negative bloggings ! Don’t be am at my happiest when I’m having a  right old moan, in fact if I seem to be too cheerful it”s best to give me a wide berth . I think it all stems back to my childhood ……….yes doctor . Liverpool the sixties working class background rife unemployment if you didn’t laugh at yourself then you didn’t laugh at all . So while I mean everything I say it’s just the good old Scouse ( that’s Liverpool for anyone outside the UK ) humour
coming to the fore trying not to take myself to seriously.

It’s great meeting you all and sharing in part of your daily lives,  being invited in into a corner of your world thank you all so much.

A couple of quick cards the first is using vintage moth paper which I have matted onto pearlescent paper which I have passed through my texture boutique and distressed the edges with Ranger broken china ink.

The second with the sentiment ( which describes me perfectly) lol is all SU Baroque Motif wheel and rich razzlebury and old olive ink. Made a couple of buttons with my Ephfany button studio and bobs your uncle !

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8 thoughts on “Happy Days !

  1. Hi Marie! I especially like the blue card. Brilliant image! About my last comment – seems like people from east europe tend to take everything too seriously! LOL! Hugs, kissinia

  2. Hi Marie. These are lovely. I am so glad you explained!!! Being a Shropshire lass myself with a Grandfather from Liverpool and a Grandmother from North Wales I understand exactly where you are coming from.Best Wishes Florence.

  3. Who are you trying to kid? Poor Northern background, shame on you, I know for a fact YOU had shoes etc, some of us had to go without clothes lol.Your cards are amazing and you will continue to amaze us and yourself in the future x

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