A wee while ago I made this card...
It was very popular, a shaker, fun,
but unfortunately the poor man died before he got it..
So I very carefully took the 90th off it, popped it into my Son's garage shop and sold it..but before it left to go to it's new home, it was spotted by a lady who just loved Charlie and was having her 80th Birthday end of May and asked if I could shrink it down and make her invitations...
So I did...
Didn't take too long, I had a nice little conveyor going on..
The sequins colour had to change as I didn't have enough of the blue...
They shake beautifully and she was over the moon..
Done and dusted with envelopes, and the "Your'e invited" was a lucky find,
even though I was sure I had one,
and it was from a very cheap little wooden set from the kids department and a local store,
found it in my stash and was very pleased with that, saved me loads of time..
So there we go, thank you so much for stopping by..
I'll see you tomorrow..
Love the image Chrissy and a brilliant card and perfect for invitations. Big hugs, Carol S.xxxx
Fabulous card and fabulous shaker invites -John loved Charlie Chaplin and has a tattoo of him on his arm-was the image off Google?
wow fantastic Chrissy you did a great job.
Oh my word you have been busy, a fabulous invite set, love the image, he was iconic, great shakers Chrissy.
BTW, I ended up having chicken stir fry for my tea, haha, it was so yummy.xxx
Wow, love those shaker invitations with Charlie Chaplin. Great stamp too.
Brilliant shaker card Chrissy and the matching invites are wonderful, glad you made the lady so happy!
Fabulous card, and so glad that lady ordered so many invites from you, fabulous. They are really gorgeous! Hugs, Valerie
sorry to hear the gentlemen didn't make it to see your beautiful card. I had that happen only once to me. How wonderful that you ended up getting an order from it, these turned out terrific and so great that you found the perfect sentiment for it!
You must have made the lady very happy, and I'm pretty sure that made you very happy as well. Sorry about the old man, but nice that the card found a new home.
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