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Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Yet MORE Christmas cards

Hi everyone!

I really was on a roll last week when I made my Christmas cards, here are the last 2 from last weeks marathon. 

All items on the card were purchased from the gorgeous Pink Petticoat. These took hardly any time at all, just a case of using a couple of dies and layering on to 2 different backing papers. I have lots of these little cards to use up so these might be making an appearance again soon!

I just wanted to say a massive THANK YOU to all of you that have posted such lovely comments on my blog about me graduating and starting work recently, I know I don't know any of you in person but it feels like you have a real community of friends when you have a blog and your support has really been appreciated so thank you!

I started my new job yesterday and had a great day, I loved it and it felt very surreal wearing a different uniform and having a badge that said 'staff nurse' on it, I kept looking at it thinking 'that can't be me in the picture' haha.

Thanks for looking,

8 much appreciated comments:

Sarah said...

Hi Laura

Your cards are fabulous. Love the colours. Good Luck in your new job.

Sarah x

Bernie said...

Beautiful cards Laura! Belated Congratulations on graduating. Hope you will always enjoy your job.

Vicky said...

They are both gorgeous Laura...:o)

big hugs Vicky xx

coops said...

so gorgeous laura.fab of luck in your new job too hun :D

xx coops xx

Anonymous said...

Lovely Crimbo cards Laura, will have to take a look over at Pink Petticoat.

Great news that your first day went well, l'm sure you'll take to it like a duck to water :)

Have a good rest of the week xxx

Tracy said...

You mean you didn't blow up that badge and hang it around your neck like a billboard? LOL You enjoy that job sweetie and celebrate yourself a bit. :-)
Two more great cards to add to your stash for Christmas. :-) Hugs!

Vicky said...

These are so gorgeous sweetie love the colours.

Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx

MagsB said...

You're right, sometimes it doesn't take much work to make fab cards like these - but first you have to have a real knack for colour and pattern. And, hun, you've got it!

Thinking of you in your new job - enjoy it!!

love Mags B x