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We had a super day on Saturday when friends gathered to watch Zoe cut the ribbon and formally "open" my new craft room.
We enjoyed champagne and some lovely cup cakes donated by Dawn, they certainly went down a treat.
After everyone had received a small gift for coming along, we settled down for an afternoon's card making.
First there was a lovely birthday card inspired by one I saw on the blog Hau to Craft. Here is Sue's card.
Certainly very dramatic using Whisper White and Calypso Coral.
Then Ginny introduced everyone to the really super 'Spice Cake' paper to make this lovely card.
After a good lunch we settled down to making a calendar with Ginny. This is Rita's, made using the Paisley Petals DSP and the new Lace Ribbon Border punch.
The last two items we made that day were a really fabulous card which I had seen on the internet but I am sorry I can't remember where. We used the delicate 'Charming' stamp set from the mini catalogue, this is Mary's card made using Night of Navy and Marina Mist card stock. And finally we made this useful little basket...just imagine it filled with Easter eggs or other tempting chocolates!!
It was a lovely day and I made some little thank you cards yo send to everyone who had helped it go so well.
Now I have begun to get the hang of organising this blog I think I need to really concentrate on doing the cards justice by taking decent photos!!! You would never guess that these were made in Pacific Point, Chocolate Chip, Basic Grey and Very Vanilla!!!