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Birthday Cards

I received some beautiful cards for my birthday just recently so I thought I would share them all with you. They are too nice for me to admire all by myself :) Thank you to everyone who took the time to make me a card, I really do appreciate it and I loved all the cards!

They are not in any particular order

From Glenda

From Jenelle

From Sharon

From Pat (Mum)

From Krystal (not handmade but still lovely)

From Val

From Tricia

From Jenny

From Denise

From Nora

From Rhonda

From Lindy

From Judi

From Anneke

From Maralene

Plus one more...a card for my hubby from Val.

Thanks again everyone.


  1. Hi Jacqui! Oh wow.. what an amazing collection of your birthday cards this year... you seem to incite a lot of card embroidery! love Lindy

    1. Hi Lindy, I did get a few embroidery cards didn't I :) I love embroidery cards though, even more so when I know how much time and effort goes into them and I don't have the time these days :(

      Thanks for commenting on my cards xx

  2. great cards you recived for your BD, didn't see mine, hpefully it didn't get lost in space...send it together with your swapcard...

    hugs els ;-)

    ps; would you like to be a folower at my blog , pretty please?

  3. Hi Els,

    No I haven't received your cards yet but I'm sure they will turn up soon. The post is probably just a little bit slow. I will let you know as soon as they get here.

    Love Jacqui


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