Tuesday, July 24, 2007

DCM dare

Nothing to report from yesterday as I spent the day working on my samples for Debbi Moore and an order for 70 thank you cards which came in on Sunday. I've done some more today as well as lots of washing but we won't talk about that. I did break off this morning though to do a couple of dare cards. One I made specifically for the dare, then got a call from my sister in law to see if I would make a card for her poker playing dad! So this is what the Daring Cardmakers want this week:

This week we have a numerical Little Extra challenge for you:
"We've Got Your Number"
Numbers and Fun? Those two words don't often appear in the same sentence, do they?Well, we'd like you to have some fun with numbers and put a numeral on your card - it's as easy as thatSo a great opportunity to make some kid's birthday cards, but there's also Sweet 16, those milestone Birthdays, Special Anniversaries, even New Home cards personalised with the recipient's new house number on - as long as it's got a number on it, it counts (haha - did you spot the extra-subtle pun there?) There are probably loads of other ways to use numbers on your cards so get inventive and enjoy a bit of creative accountancy for our little bit of midweek fun.
Here are my cards

8 comments:

Lythan said...

Those cards are just great! I love the playing cards one in particular

mum on the run said...

Great cards Jackie :)

LOL at your comment on my blog, better you're all lovely and glittery and don't look a day over 40!!

Andrea said...

Brill cards

Paula said...

Brilliant cards, totally different from anything else I've seen. I love individuality. I rarely make two the same unless asked.

Kathy said...

Well done Jackie - how good was that timing then?

Sue said...

ooo lovely cards cannot wait to see what you are doing for your DT

Louly said...

Cor you've been a busy bee and you still get time for challenges! can I borrow some of your energy please? Fab cards BTW

manicstamper said...

Fabby...........I am going to call you Mrs G I think..........the G stands for Gawjus.....cos your cards always are:)))