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.
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 !
Your cards are both beautiful! I love British humor.
Had wondered but know where you are coming from now the era the place feel like I've known you all me life now, well almost LOL XOXO Zoe It'll keep you creating great art!
Two totally different cards Marie…love them both. The Heart and twine on the fisrt one and those lovely flourishes on the second
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
Lovely work – I especially like the tag.
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.
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
Your pearlized embossed card inspires me to go dig out the Cuttlebug folders and pearly cardstock. Just gorgeous.