Anyway, here's the card:
I've used the sweet Perfect Postage stamp set. It's so cute, I could sit there and play with it in a most child-like manner, for hours. I've used Baja Breeze ink, Marina Mist, Night of Navy and Not Quite Navy. I've backed the 'stamps' on a strip of Marina Mist card stock, then stuck that onto a panel of Marina Mist stripy dsp, with a scalloped bottom. The reason it's that height is that there are two horizonal score lines along the bottom with the Happy Birthday sentiment in the middle, but it doesn't show up very well in the photograph. The whole set of stamps is lovely and such fun to use.
Here's a picture of the inside:
I am really enjoying doing more to the insides of my cards now, and Stampin Up have such great things to use. Well, although I thoroughly enjoyed making this card, I am off to make something very feminine indeed, to redress the balance!
I'm sure I'll be able to post a couple of more times before we lose our internet connection and hopefully it won't be too long after that before we have broadband again.
Thanks for looking in today. I actually need your help with a little something. I am desperately trying to find a stamp of an interesting looking house that I can use for new home cards. If you know of anything, please leave me a comment telling me where I can find it.
Thanks for your help.