I’ve made a set of little note cards and packaged into a re purposed box. I am linking up to the challenge at Jane’s Doodles.
I started by making 6 note cards finished size 8.5cm x 6cm to match some small envelopes I had on hand. I think these fall into the cute category just by their size.
I stamped images from Jane’s Doodles Doodle Flowers II and Flying High using various inks from SU and PTI along with Versafine onyx black. I paper pierced the kite using scraps of SU patterned paper.
and a couple more pics
As promised here are some pics of my jumper
I am using Drops 123-3 knitted with Debbie Bliss Cotton yarn. This is knitted in the round so all I have left are the sleeves. I have not knitted sleeves in the round before. I have started meeting with some other crafty ladies at my local library I am enjoying looking at everyone’s projects. This week there were several ladies working on applique for their quilts, lots of knitters and one lady making envelopes. I finished off two more poppies either scroll down or here https://frommycraftroom.wordpress.com/2014/09/08/a-little-update/
I am hoping to find some crafty time in the school holidays which start here tomorrow. Optimistic as I have bought home 2 boxes of work from the office. I have also found pinterest in the last week. Still learning how to get around and pin things. If you have any handy hints or tips I would love to know.
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6 thoughts on “Jane’s Doodles …”
Just love those pretty note cards Vicki! Wonderful to have so many occasions covered for your stash. Your crafty Library group sounds very interesting – there are so many creative people about – once you are doing things yourself, you seem to find like-minded people everywhere. I have to tell you, now that you have found Pinterest – oh dear, what can I say, but so many Pins and not enough time! Don’t get me wrong, it is a wonderful tool, and I do like it, but it can be so time-consuming as it can become another addiction lol! I guess you know that you can create your own boards, eg. I have SU, cards I love, christmas, you get the idea – and then when you see something that really inspires you, you can pin it to your own board. I am no expert, and am still unaware of how to find boards I have followed, but never seem to find again – so pinning something special to your own board allows you to find it again easily. Good luck with the holidays – I will be doing some cooking with our local grandkids (ie. the two who live within a km of us, as opposed to those who live overseas or the other side of Melbourne) – and a little card-making of course! Hugs, Ann
PS sorry about the long comment!
Hi Ann. Thank you. I value your comments/feedback and appreciate you taking the time to do so. I have found heaps on pinterst I joined as I was having trouble finding things again in blog land that I liked so I hope to be able to contain. I do agree so many ideas and not enough time.
Have a great time cooking with the grand children.
Hi Vicki! Thanks so much for the sweet blog love you have been leaving on my blog! I finally found a minute to pop by and check out your blog! I love these classy notecards … And what a nice way to package them all up together! I am working on some mini card packs at the moment (to sell) … If ever I find the time to get them done! You have inspired me to get back to them. Love your jumper too! It looks like a lovely soft yarn! Off to see what else you have been up to lately! Hugs Andrea xxx
Awww, loving the mini cards! Well done on your jumper too – I seem to start lots of projects & get excited by the next project & never finish the first one, so I have loads of partially finished projects around the house!
What a great gift idea, I’ve got a ‘ahem’ few cards lying around here that I really should do something with, my friends are probably sick of me shoving them their way when they visit lol. ps a word of warning about Pinterest…. it’s addictive lol!
I think my friends might be the same! At least one of them does charity work and is rather happy to have them for her raffles.