Saturday, 30 April 2011


Hello..How are you? Did you enjoy the Royal wedding yesterday?? I thought it was brilliant, made me feel very proud to be british :o)

Sorry I've been awol all week, It's been a strange week here in the Valentines residence..the girls went off to Disneyworld Florida last Wednesday (They're Disney Pin traders so they've popped over there to get some new releases! - lucky things!!!!) so hubby & I had plans to have a nice relaxing, romantic, peaceful week together... BUT..sadly things didn't go as planned, my hubby had a severe asthma attack & ended up being rushed in to A&E!! He was admitted into hospital for 3 days.. all the nurses/doctors were absolutely brilliant & looked after him amazingly well - Thankfully he's home & feeling much better now but boy was it a scary time!!!

Anyway, I thought i'd pop into the craftroom today & do just a little bit of crafting, so I played along with todays Penny Black Saturday challenge..The challenge this week is 'Milestones' & I made this cute little new baby card..

I printed the sentiment directly on to the patterned paper & then stamped & coloured the cute penny black topper. This stamp is called 'In a nutshell' - Simple!

Thanks for looking!



Anonymous said...

Love the card Clair, I have this stamp too and love it. Glad to hear your hubby is OK, must have been very scary. Sara B

Charlie said...

Hi Clair - what a cute card and what a bad scare with DH. Glad to hear he is better now - what some men will do to avoid a romantic evening LOL... Hope the girls are having a ball at Disney. All the best.

dddeeebbbzzz said...

Love the card. The image is so cute and I love the gingham look to the background. Hope hubby us OK and you can enjoy the rest of the holiday.

Kath Stewart said...

just gorgeous clair...thanks for joining in the fun this week at Penny Black Saturday...hugs kath

nannyjan said...

loved making this box at our workshop today. Jan

debby4000 said...

Wonderful, adorable card, love the sweet image and the pretty colours.

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