Have any of you ever read the Oscar Wilde play "The Importance of Being Ernest"?
The title of this post always reminds me of when I did O Level English Literature - and this 'catchphrase' this is one of the things that most sticks in my mind when they discovered that Ernest was found in a handbag. The other stories we had to study were - "Cider With Rosie", "Of Mice and Men" and "Through the Tunnel"... Needless to say - I hated English Lit (LOL)... I probably would do better at it now - I enjoyed English itself - I was singled out for always producing long imaginative stories - somethings never change - I just never knew (know) when to stop tee hee....
Anyway - this card is the reason for the title of this blog post:
This was just a simple card I made for a colleague who's birthday it was last week - she's a bit of a handbag collector - she buys a lot of the Cathy Van-Zealand ones from QVC!!! Her present was a really blingy lipstick holder with a rhinestone crown motif on - perfect to go in any of her handbags.
The papers were from a digi kit I bought through Pollycraft Designs - I think it is a Creative Cottage kit. Some fab papers and images of handbags and shoes... I created the card and sentiment through the My Craft Studio graphics programme. I created an insert using the same papers and a line of shoes and the inside read... "or too many shoes, but a lady may chose to lose count of the birthdays she's had"
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