Shabby Chic and Shaped Cards


If there's one thing the British love to talk (and moan) about, it's the weather. I listen to it everyday. They don't know how much worse things can get on the Continent. Only three weeks ago, we were battling icy winds and temperatures below zero in Germany. Last summer, we drove to Belgium and Germany. It was almost 40 degrees, we were melting away and little Ellie woke up with mosquito bites every morning. I remember freezing cold winters in Belgium and doing the grocery shopping by bike, cycling through the slippery snow. Rain that would last all day, week after week. When does this ever happen here? You see, there's nothing to complain about. The weather is pretty steady here.

Except for today. You really have to be careful not to get knocked out by bins flying around. The front yards in our street look a mess, there's rubbish everywhere. I don't know if our wooden fence will stand the heavy winds. I almost lost a finger earlier as the door flew shut. It's pretty scary.

A while ago, Papercraft Inspirations asked me to make two sets of Occasion Cards. The themes were rather unusual for me. 

The second set features birthday cards for men. Didn't I tell you they were easy to make? I thought about turning the shirt card into a black and white one (with tie) for a wedding next time I need one.
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