Tuesday, 1 June 2010

3"x3"notelets - Cottage Wall

One of the things I love about my job is that I get to meet such a lot of interesting people. Today I was giving a talk to a group of ladies from the WI and had a lovely time chatting with them afterwards. I was so touched when, at the end of my talk, they presented me with a potted plant arrangement - it is very true that little gestures like this mean a lot to people.

I demonstrated one of my little bagalopes (see here and here and here) and one of those pretty 'sour cream' containers using the Cottage Wall designer paper I'm so fond of. These little pouches make the perfect container for chocolates or other sweets or a small gift and are so quick and easy to make.


After the talk I was able to hand out the little samples I'd made for the group. I'd made some of them with Cottage Wall paper and thought I'd show them today as they coordinate with the sour cream pouches.




Summer is about to begin and these pretty invites are the ideal way to get a party started...


... just as soon as you've shaken off that summer cold!


Perhaps you'll be celebrating a special birthday?


Whatever the occasion, your hostess is certain to appreciate one of these...


...or these!

All of these cards were made with Cottage Wall designer paper and Whisper White card stock. If you'd like details about any of the cards, please feel free to email me.

SPECIAL OFFER!
I still have a few of my Cottage Wall special packs available to my UK readers. For £15 including postage and packaging you can have all of this posted to your door.


The pack contains:

12 double sided 6"x6" Cottage Wall designer papers
  • 1 Rich Razzleberry classic ink pad 
  • 6 sheets of Rich Razzleberry card stock
  • 2 metres of Rich Razzleberry polka dot ribbon
  • 2 metres of Old Olive grosgrain ribbon
  • Flower embellishments in Rich Razzleberry and Pale Plum (6 small, 3 large)
Simply click here to email me your order, or call me on 01280 820593. Payment can be made with cash or cheque or via bank transfer; or you can use paypal 

If you're thinking of taking up crafting this is a great way to start!
Looking forward to hearing from you.


4 comments:

  1. Lovely notelest, love those sour cream containers in the cottage wall paper - stunning!

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  2. I love these little notelets, the colours you have used are gorgeous. x

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  3. Wonderful notelets, lovely cards :)

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  4. Sounds like you're really enjoying your job as a demonstrator, Vicky -- makes me smile. Glad you're having fun! I've never made those little sour cream holders. I'll have to stick that in my "things to try" file. :)

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