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Free Printable Thank You Card

3 Aug

We’ve had such lovely weather over the last week or so that I have been overcome by the need to give something back to the world!!

I have just completed a printable Thank You card which I am offering to all my readers free.

Polka Dot Thank You Finished Card

Download your copy of the file here.

Polka Dot Thank You Pack

Your download is in the form of a PDF file consisting of 4 pages.  The first page contains the card front and extra images for decoupage or whatever you wish to do with them.  The next two pages contain a variety of insert sheets and extra embellishments.  The final page contains instructions on how to put the card together and also gives advice on paper types, etc. 

Hope you like it.  Feel free to leave a comment with your feedback.

Jane x


Another New Baby!

7 Jul

After all the excitement of the 3 weeks ago when my brother’s little girl was born we thought we had another month or so before the next new family member arrived.  But, as is not uncommon with these things, last week my partner’s brother had their new baby – a boy. 

This caught me on the hop a bit but I still managed to rise to the occasion and design a card for the new arrival.  I recently purchased some gorgeous clip art from countrylifegraphics.com and had the perfect set to put together this card, phew!  Pictures (not very good I’m afraid) are below.  And this one I will be making available as a free download a little later this month, so keep an eye open for it!

By the way, if you’re looking for some great graphics at reasonable prices I can highly recommend countrylifegraphics.com.

All the best

Jane xx

Free printable card download !

31 May

Butterfly Tag Card

Well, here it is!  Last week I promised you a new section to my Galleries and today I’m launching it.  And to celebrate I’m also making the download FREE – whoo hooo!!!  Hurry on over to the new Printables page in my Galleries and you can try out the Butterfly Tag card for yourself. 

I’d also love to hear how you get on with it and, as always, I’m open to suggestions for themes for invitations.