This is Kiri, she came as a freebie in a magazine. And I made her, not quite sure what to use it for, but now I have a card that can easily be a birthday card or whatever.
Tried french knots, they were altogether unsuccessful but I don't think you can tell on this crappy photo ( which is the main reason I did not bother to take out the real camera and stayed with the mobile phone one).
These cards are really plain, but the card that I spent the most time on, the card I am most happy with. The card I sewed and stitched and glued together. I cannot show that and spoil it. It is after all a surprise birthday-card (well, at least the design is a surprise). And I love it. Thoroughly. It looks delightful, and the best part? All made from scraps and things laying about the house. I knew my mother told me to save everything for a reason. Same reason I think is to why my grandmother's button collection is still alive and thriving. I inherited some of them, with fabric still attached.
The wedding card that is almost done: I need some paper. I think, that this time, I am going to the scapbook store in town and buy something that fits. And make a dashing card. That way these two wedding-cards I have to make don't look too similar. Since the bride and grooms are friends, and the card I made last year too, those people are also friends. So I need to make them look equally good but different. I do love a challenge. And getting those creative juices flowing.