Friday, March 21, 2014

Nifty at 50!

Good afternoon all, have you got that Friday feeling?
I haven't as I'm working all weekend but then I've been off during the week so you can't have it all!
Last night my BBF rang me and said any chance of a plain 50th card for a man for tomorrow?
And why not.  It would be rude not to.

A bit of tartan and layering, personalised and Bobs your Uncle.  Clean and simples!

I caught the dog napping on one of the boys bean bags yesterday, obviously more comfortable than hers. 
You can tell from the look she's giving me that she knows she is not were she should eye open!
Can you guess what she is saying, I reckon....."just ignore her, she'll go away....I'm not really here!"

So cute but then I'm biased.
Have a good weekend, I hope you are up to something fun or interesting.  
Happy crafting if you get chance.  x


Diane said...

What a fun design Erika, the tartan colors were very clever. Yes your bean bag loving dog does look as if she got caught.

Hugs Diane

marion said...

Lovely card and I love the pic from your dog, so familair although its a cats place here, but seems they are the same when being in a nono place caught, have a lovely weekend, hugs, marion

Lau W said...

Superb ! Love the tarton and the c&s style is perfect !
Oh your dog is so sweeeeet !
Have a nice week-end !

Patricia said...

Good evening Erika,
What an absolutely stunning card, just perfect in every way. Love the Tartan numbers.
Thanks for the info, after I had another look I realised you had made the palette, clever girl it was fantastic.
Have as good a weekend as you can!!!

Patricia xx

cuilliesocks said...

Super card Erika, love the tartan numbers, and the simple design is fab.

Love your cute wee dog, great photo, hugs Kate x

Crafty Lark said...

I like this card loads Erika, love the use of the tartan paper. Great photo also. xx Flora

Hazel said...

Love this one Erika, the tantan numbers are great. Oh your dog is so cute and yes she knows that's not where she is meant to be, but if your like me you haven't got the heart to tell her "OFF". Hazel xx