Wednesday, 15 January 2014

An old fashioned HELLO

I needed a few little cards to tuck in with Snippets Playground prizes - so made a batch of these little cuties in double quick time:
 I used:

- approx. 4" x 3" cream card blanks

- a small stamp set by Hot Off The Press called 'Hello'. Telephone stamped in Memento 'Tuxedo Black and the sentiment in SU's 'Rich Razzleberry'

Short and sweet today - bit like me really, snigger :)



  1. Perfect sentiment for that old fashioned image--love it!

  2. This is so pretty. I had a phone like that when i was first married. It was a knock off of an old fashioned phone.
    Thanks for the sweet memory!

  3. Hello Di-That is a lovely old telephone image-and the sentiment fits perfectly :)
    Have a lovely day,hugs,
    Nessa xx

  4. Love the card Di...from your even shorter and maybe not so sweet buddy lol
    A x

  5. Love this Di, fab image.
    Caz x

  6. Love this Di, my grandma had a phone like that lol huggles Sue xxx

  7. I love that old fashioned telephone. It speaks for itself - nice as just a catch up card. x

  8. Great card, love that sentiment, matches perfectly!

  9. Wonderful card Di. I must admit I do like this type of telephone- so elegant and regal.

  10. I love this wee card, Di. The old-fashioned telephone is fab and the greeting is perfect with it. Hugs, Elizabeth xx

  11. A really great card, suitable for most occasions. Thanks for your visit today. I think that when it dries up enough for me to go down the garden, I need to grab some more silver birch bark, as I have a plan for it. xx Maggie

  12. What a brilliant image Di this brings back many a memory when holidaying in Ireland making phone calls home used to have to wind up then put your penny's in oh time consumming that was this is just brilliant xx

  13. Poi-fect!Just right for a tuck in. TFS


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