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Baby Girl Card: Laundry Day

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Pink, pink, pink

Being the first Miss Oman in FOUR generations, when we arrived at Granny’s house last week little miss Pi’s room came complete with a selection of newly bought clothes: vests and onesies, tops and leggings, cardies and dresses. After having four boys I think Mum O is enjoying spending time in the pink aisles of the stores.

And today I have a pink, girly card to share. I bought this really cute stamp a little while ago, but its only recently I’ve been playing with it.

Cute, huh?

I sketched this out, err, about a milllllion years ago, but somehow it got left unloved for ages! I’m glad it finally made it in the end! Here it is —>

I made the grass by just using my normal scissors, but i kinda wish i had one of these.

and why didn’t anyone tell me about how awesome the Antique Linen distress ink is? It’s been on my shelf for months and its only now that i’ve discovered how lovely it looks on white cardstock, creating a subtle, soft, vintage look. Yummy! I buy my distress inks at Country View Crafts by the way – cheapest i’ve ever seen them, and FREE shipping too!

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  • Ellen September 2, 2011, 11:01 am

    I love the different paper in the waves, they give it an other tutch.
    I can see you buy things online. I got a question for you. I never bought online and my mother don’t really like online-shopping. But how do you know it’s save to pay online?

    Ellen H.

    • Lesley Oman September 3, 2011, 12:37 am

      Hi Ellen. I buy a lot of my supplies online, because there isn’t a great selection of products in my local scrapbook stores. Its difficult to change your mindset when you haven’t shopped on the internet before, but once you’ve done it once, you’ll see how easy it is (too easy!). Most shops will accept paypal, which would probably give you more peace of mind rather than entering your credit card details. I find this easier because you only have to remember your paypal password then, rather than sign in details for every online store. I have never had any problems buying online, either through scrapbook stores or any other store when buying Christmas presents etc, but the main thing to remember is to sign out before leaving the computer. if you do that, you cant go wrong. We are also in the process of developing ways to sell classes on HHC through paypal, and the great thing is that we don’t get access to anyones payment details- so we don’t have to worry about the security of personal information. Hopefully that will give you a little peace of mind too. Take care Ellen, and keep on crafting. 🙂

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