Being the Mum of a very talented colourist
namely Faye (aka Fluff)
(you can see her work in Making Cards magazine)
has a very distinct advantage.
Over the years The Doc and I
have amassed a great many of Fluffs cards
and they have all been kept to be admired and stroked
and then put back in the storage box.
Now this has always seemed not right to me
that only I get to see them .
A bit like those art collectors that buy up all
the nations treasures for their private collections
never to be again!
So I'm putting my little bit of the world to rights.
With Fluff's agreement I am taking the fronts of her cards
and remaking into cards to send to sick children.
I have found two charities on line which
give the details of children plus their siblings to send cards to.
So without further ado here are the first ones .
I have matched the colours up from the papers
with more papers from my stash
and remade Tilda into an Easel Card.
Tilda has gone to live with a girl
who loves all things girlie!
Whilst this one has gone to a little boy who loves
I took two of the colours from the stripy paper and matched
up from my stash for the inside.
The sentiment is a freebie from a magazine.
Thank you Faye for allowing me to reuse your cards.