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Friday, August 7, 2009

Great Friend

Last night I went into the city for dinner for my friend Marketta's birthday, we all went to Harbour town Hotel which is right literally under that big ferris wheel in Melbourne! It was so great to catch up with my girlfriends there are 7 of us that all went to highschool together so we have all been friends since we were 14 and we are now 28! 3 of us have kids 2 are building houses in serious relationships and the other two are enjoying singleton life playing the field LOL. Its a really big deal when all 7 of us get together, normally 1 or two cant make it but on Monday we decided to all meet in the city for dinner and so we did! 2 live in Bacchus Marsh, 1 in Melton, 2 in Geelong and 2 in the city so you can see why it is sometimes hard to all be there. Anyway dinner was lovely. So anyway I made a card yesterday for my friend and here it is below, I scored the very vanilla, it looks soo effective I seen this on a birthday card Keesh sent me. I have used two new set from the spring mini Great friend and Gallery. Hope you like & Just a reminder I have a class on Sunday with some spots left so contact me if you would like to attend.







9 comments:

Annette

Lovely card, scoring the very vanilla is very effective, love them stamp sets too. X:)

Chantelle

Love the card Kristy - and the scoring is a great idea. Glad you had a fun night out and hope you are well x

Kellie

Oh I love these, especially the first one, AM so going to case that one of you, love it! xx

Debbie Pamment

Sounds like you had a blast with your friends - can't imagine THAT - LOL.
Fabulous cards - the scoring looks great.
xXx

Mad

I quite like that butterfly done in the chocolate. Love the scoring. Might have to case this one!!

Alison

Simply stunning card, and the scoring is such a great idea.

Bec

I love the colour combo and that butterfly is Stunning.. Bec xx

Sammi

GORGEOUS card!!! xxx

Ramona Michaluk

Very pretty card Kristy - love those colours and especially like your idea with the scoring - great job!